A goodbye note from Study Hall staff writer Allegra Hobbs.
Obituaries are a singular journalistic format — and one that has had to change during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A year of pandemic-related misery has salted the earth of Media Twitter.
Knocking on doors as a local reporter is anxiety-inducing, vulnerable, occasionally terrifying, and necessary.
Why has advice become a safe bet in an otherwise precarious media landscape?
In the latest in our series of media memoirs, Allegra Hobbs reflects on being bad at a job you don’t like.
Study Hall staff writer Allegra Hobbs moved from New York City to Marfa, Texas, but her leaving NYC essay still needs some edits.
The coronavirus-related cuts follow a round of layoffs in April in which 20 staffers lost their jobs.
In the wake of widespread police violence against Black Lives Matter and police abolition protestors, local reporters are reexamining their reliance on cops as primary sources.
When conservatives aren't using Twitter's blue checks as a slur, they mean nothing at all.