"Crowds Pack Times Square for Mars Rover Landing," Aug. 2012, The Wall Street Journal's Greater New York section
NASA landed the 'Curiosity' rover on Mars late Sunday night, and NYC's Times Square was full of people who came to watch the historic achievement.
Chicago: B+W Series
Latergram from #ona18: We spent 3.5 days with 2,500 journalists learning SO MANY THINGS about the present and future of news. Proud to have been selected as a 2018 ONA MJ Bear Fellow along with these two! (Anand is too wise for Insta.) Apparently we are innovative. More innovation TK. But for now hope you’re following mine and @lo.la.lita’s global migration newsletter — link in bio! ✨✏️🗒✨
Medill reunion over Torchy’s which has the best queso I’ve eaten in my life 🌮🥑🧀🌮
A complicated history in two photos: One one side of the Texas Capitol sits a monument to African Americans, slavery, emancipation, and their contributions to art and science. On the other, a Confederate soldiers’ memorial. In the past few years, Texas has removed more Confederate markers than any other state, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. But around a dozen still stand on Capitol grounds alone.