LETTER TO THE EDITOR: LEARNING TO MANAGE MY TIME, OUTSIDE MY COMFORT ZONE
December 10, 2019
Published in the New York Times' Opinion Section
As a child of a full-time working mom, I have had my fair share of long after-school nights in some interesting places. (I’ll never forget dinner at the principal’s house.)
Now as a college student, I have the luxury of “D.I.Y.-ing” my school schedule based on my desire to sleep in on Mondays and head out of school by noon on Fridays.
CRISIS COMMUNICATION RESPONSE: BRANDY MELVILLE
Submitted for CM522: Managing Corporate Issues and Crises course at Boston University's College of Communication by instructor Justin Joseph.
COUNSELING DURING CORONAVIRUS
April 27, 2020
Published in the Belmont Citizen-Herald weekly print and daily online newspaper.
As the coronavirus outbreak disrupts everyday routines, Massachusetts psychology experts Dr. Margaret Lanca and Dr. Caitlin Nevins share how people are relying on their usual counseling sessions or have turned to psychotherapy for the first time in search of support and resources for coping during these difficult times.
CHEFS SHARE NUTRITIOUS RECIPES AT WATERTOWN'S SOUP FEST
February 12, 2020
Published in the Watertown TAB weekly print and daily online newspaper.
The aroma escaped the four boiling crock pots in the front of the room and wrapped around the venue entangling attendees in the symphony of scents like a warm hug as they entered through the back of the Saving Banks Room of the Watertown Free Public Library on Feb. 5.