The Washington Post

The Washington Post is a major American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C., with an emphasis on national news, trends, and politics. Known for its hard-hitting coverage and slogan, “Democracy Dies In Darkness,” the Post is one of the leading voices in U.S. media content.

 

Suicide among veterinarians become a growing problem

1/19/19

My first piece with the Post details a chilling trend among some of America’s most selfless, caring professionals: veterinarians. Drawing on firsthand experience from current and former vets, this fascinating story sheds light on the multitude of factors fueling a suicide crisis among animal care workers across the country. Furthermore, this article explores the movement to provide veterinarians with the much-needed resources to curb the impacts of this harrowing issue.


 

‘I began feeling like I mattered’: How on-campus mental health counseling can make a big difference

8/19/19

My second mental health piece with the Post, this story underscores the impact of in-school therapy on student health and happiness by highlighting a groundbreaking program that’s been built in Austin, Texas. In addition to shining a light on the need for accessible mental healthcare across all communities and sharing the stories of students aided by the city’s on-campus clinics, this article details how Austin’s breakthroughs could be spurring a larger movement in the Lone Star State.