I recently interned at The Chronicle of Higher Education, which reports on colleges and universities in the United States. I wrote a number of long form stories, including features and investigative pieces. Among them is a story about Muslim chaplains who receive extra pressure to address Islamophobia on campus. I also wrote about the “ring by spring” culture at Christian colleges, in which some students feel pressure from their college to get engaged by the spring of their senior year.

I also worked with The Chronicle‘s breaking news team, which taught me to write an article in a day. An example is a story about hecklers who disrupt guest speakers and the debate between college administrators and state legislators to control them.

The following articles is a list of articles I wrote while interning:

Long Form Articles

At a Time of Change, These Baptist Colleges Are Staying the Course

‘Ring by Spring’: How Christian Colleges Fuel Students’ Rush to Get Engaged

‘Sometimes You Go Home with Tears’: Being a College’s Muslim Chaplain

Anxieties Over A Donor’s Role in a Faculty Search Boil Over at Case Western

At Christian Colleges, Theology Can Complicate Sexual-Assault Prevention

Liberal-Arts Colleges Should Take Initiative in Defining Themselves, Survey Suggests

Breaking News Articles

California Wildfires Upend Exams at Region’s Colleges and Heighten Tensions at UCLA

Is Protesting a Privilege?

How Can Colleges Head Off Homegrown Extremism?

Texas State U. President Condemns Anti-Whiteness Student Op-Ed as ‘Racist’

After Chronicle Investigation, Ashford Suspends Enrollment of GI Bill Students

Under New Trump Rule, Notre Dame Ends Contraception Coverage for Employees and Students

Heckling Is a Staple of Controversial Campus Speeches. Should Colleges Intervene?

Racist Incidents Plague U. of Michigan, Angering Students and Testing Leaders

If you’re unable to access any of these articles, please email me at lajournalism@outlook.com so that I may send you a PDF copy. Thank you.