Published

Below are links to my published writings in reverse chronological order.

REPORTING

Why Are So Many New York Counties Suing Big Pharma Over The Opioid Crisis?

WSKG (NPR affiliate in Binghamton/Ithaca) | October, 2017
 
Ride Hailing’s In Ithaca Now. So, We Rode With An Uber Driver

WSKG (NPR affiliate in Binghamton/Ithaca) | September/October, 2017
 
Cornell Black Students’ Group Demands Hate Speech Policy, Permanently Banning Psi Upsilon Frat House

WSKG (NPR affiliate in Binghamton/Ithaca) | September, 2017

Tompkins County To Consider Joining Opioid Lawsuits

WSKG (NPR affiliate in Binghamton/Ithaca) | August, 2017

Ithaca Mayor: Supervised Injection Proposal Pushed The Treatment Conversation

WSKG (NPR affiliate in Binghamton/Ithaca) | August, 2017

Tech world, you are also to blame for the rise of Donald Trump

Business Insider | November, 2016

For women tracking their fertility, only a few apps can help

Geektime | October, 2016

Buzz Aldrin: Most important thing to get to Mars is break through relationship with China

Geektime | July, 2016

Eric Schmidt, Alphabet’s Executive Chairman, worries that the startup nation has worthy competitors

Geektime | June, 2016

Asian hardware at ChinaBang was amazing. Profitable? It depends (VIDEO)

Geektime | April, 2016

I am guilty of writing sexist ‘women in tech’ headlines

Geektime | March, 2016

Prosper, which bought Israeli BillGuard, sees riches in startup struggles

Geektime | January, 2016

How Gimlet Media’s $6M Series A could restore some faith in the media business

Geektime | December, 2015

SimilarWeb buys Silicon Valley mobile startup Quettra for about $10M

Geektime | December, 2015

How Israeli CyberArk became a billion dollar cybersecurity company

Geektime | November, 2015

According to Ben Horowitz, there is no tech bubble

Geektime | November, 2015

Despite the killings, Israel’s tech scene continues to thrive (Original title: The startup nation during a wave of terror – surprisingly, both are booming)

Next Web / Geektime | October, 2015

EXCLUSIVE: OnePlus 2 phones sold without invite reported to have pre-installed malware

Geektime | September, 2015

What can stop a cyber attack?

Geektime | February, 2015

How China is shaping the global economy in 5 charts

Geektime | August, 2014

Can current tech solve acute depression?

Geektime | August, 2014

These Intense Images Sum Up The Mood In Israel Right Now

Mic | July, 2014

These Powerful Videos Show The Possibilities For Life After ‘Orange Is The New Black’ 

Mic (formerly known as PolicyMic) | June, 2014

How The Middle East Is Solving the Gender Gap That Silicon Valley Is Ignoring

PolicyMic | April, 2014

One Woman’s Mastectomy Becomes Her Inspiration to Create the Perfect Nipple

PolicyMic | April, 2014

In Major Breakthrough, an Israeli Company Has Created Water Out of Thin Air

PolicyMic | March, 2014

Does Waze Mark the Beginning of the End of Israel’s Brain Drain?

The Atlantic | July, 2013

Cracking the Technion’s Code 

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | May, 2013

On the Online Front: ‘Jerusalem behind the headlines’

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

Haifa’s Florentin: While the municipality could do more to renovate the ill-kempt Hadar neighborhood, one of the country’s most diverse, grassroots efforts are being made to promote coexistence and encourage community activism.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

The Allure of the City by the Bay: A small immigrant shift is taking place in Haifa.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | March, 2013

If You Build It, They Will Come

Jewish Exponent | January, 2013

50 Shades of America: The faces of the election

Walla! News (Hebrew version) | November, 2012

Jpost.com | November, 2012

Interview with Adi Ezroni: Hatufim lead actress, Hollywood producer, and huge Princess Bride fan.

Jerusalem Post Lite | October, 2012

The Young Professionals: D”ash interviews the most hyped Israeli band of 2012.

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | August, 2012

Israelis in Vietnam: From drug addicts to fakers, and in the middle, the heroic truth.

Jpost.com | January, 2012

Cherries and Golden Butterflies: Holocaust Survivor Creates Moving Art Exhibition.

Jerusalem Post Lite | November, 2011

Interview with Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia

Jerusalem Post Lite | August, 2011

What are Holocaust humor’s limits?

Jerusalem Post Magazine | August, 2011

PEACE & JUSTICE

This includes reporting, personal pieces, and op-eds. Additionally, I have a separate peace and justice related blog called The Internal Conflict which I began when I first came to Israel.

Waiting for a final ceasefire

Times of Israel | July, 2014

Haifa’s Florentin: While the municipality could do more to renovate the ill-kempt Hadar neighborhood, one of the country’s most diverse, grassroots efforts are being made to promote coexistence and encourage community activism.

The Jerusalem Post, Metro | April, 2013

Arabs and Jews want to save lives

Jerusalem Post Blog | February, 2012

Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

Cherries and Golden Butterflies: Holocaust Survivor Creates Moving Art Exhibition

Jerusalem Post Lite | November, 2011

A Fresh Perspective on Gilad Shalit: From my Mom

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

Why Keeping it Real about Israel is Hard

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

Tent Protests, Terror Attacks, and How I Met Your Mother.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Are you planning for September?

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

The tents’ sweet beginning.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Never again: The grandchildren of Holocaust survivors tell their stories- Page 1

Never again: The grandchildren of Holocaust survivors tell their stories- Page 2

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | April, 2011

Smashing the glass ceiling- Page 1 

Smashing the glass ceiling- Page 2 

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | March, 2011

Don’t kill our dream: Why the government needs to help young people with the housing crisis

Jerusalem Post Lite | February, 2011

What is the media’s role in coexistence?- Page 1

What is the media’s role in coexistence?- Page 2

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | February, 2011

The laundry can wait: Haredi women take on the workplace

Jerusalem Post Lite | January, 2011

Is voluntary seating really voluntary?

Jerusalem Post Lite | January, 2011

The Israel Experience: Diaspora Jews are giving back- Page 1

The Israel Experience: Diaspora Jews are giving back- Page 2 

D”ash Magazine by the Jerusalem Post | January, 2011

Why is Teenage Pregnancy Still on the Rise?

AlterNet | May, 2010

Why Did It Take So Long for a Woman to Win Best Director? (reprinted from San Francisco Chronicle)

AlterNet | March, 2010

Need more women leaders (2nd letter to the editor)

Oakland Tribune | March, 2010

Why did it take so long for a woman to win best director?

San Francisco Chronicle | March, 2010

PERSONAL

First, I was writing a weekly personal column with the Jerusalem Post Lite on a trial basis. This ended up being picked up by the Jerusalem Post’s blog section. The blog was called A new take on native and it chronicled my impressions of Israel as a new immigrant on a personal and political level.

Below are pieces from both of these professional outlets.

Arabs and Jews want to save lives

Jerusalem Post Blog | February, 2012

Holocaust free speech v. hate speech?

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

A word for losing a child

Jerusalem Post Blog | January, 2012

Holocaust survivor creates moving art exhibition

Jerusalem Post Blog | December, 2011

Working it: Some advice about journalism in Israel

Jerusalem Post Blog | November, 2011

A Fresh Perspective on Gilad Shalit: From my Mom

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

My Israeli Love Story: Part II – At The Airport

Jerusalem Post Blog | October, 2011

Why Keeping it Real about Israel is Hard

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

My Israeli Love Story

Jerusalem Post Blog | September, 2011

Tent Protests, Terror Attacks, and How I Met Your Mother.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Are you planning for September?

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

The tents’ sweet beginning.

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

My boss punched me. With love. (Republished from JPost Lite original)

Jerusalem Post Blog | August, 2011

Going Native. A New immigrant’s growing pains in Israel.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011

“She was Nice.” An Israeli dose of reality.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011

Welcome to Israel! My boss punched me. With love.

Jerusalem Post Lite | June, 2011


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