- Writer for TIME Magazine
- Pro to the question "Should the Drinking Age Be Lowered from 21 to a Younger Age?"
“Many groups introduce their children to alcoholic beverages at an early age. And they tend to have fewer alcohol-related problems than we do in the U.S.
Groups that have a successful relationship with alcohol de-mystefy it and prevent it from being a highly desired ‘forbidden fruit’. Then, instead of promoting alcohol abuse, peers and social expectations reduce it.”
“Should You Drink with Your Kids?,” Time, June 2008
- Involvement and Affiliations:
- Writer, TIME Magazine, 1997-present
- Panelist, National Research Symposium on Talent Development, University of Iowa, 2006
- Panelist, “The Culture of Ecstasy,” Symposium on Ecstasy, the Medicine, Science, and Culture Of MDMA, Northwestern Center for Health and Safety, 2001
- Senior Writer, Washington City Paper, 1995-1997
- None found
- Recipient, Third place, NLGJA Excellence in Journalism Awards, 2005
- Recipient, Second place, NLGJA Excellence in News Writing Award, 2005
- Recipient, Sandy Hume Memorial Award for Excellence in Political Journalism, National Press Club, Aug. 30, 2004
- Recipient, Special Citation, National Awards for Education Reporting, Oct. 19, 2003
- Recipient, 2nd Prize, National Awards for Education Reporting, 2002
- Quoted in:
- Pro & Con Quotes: Should the Drinking Age Be Lowered from 21 to a Younger Age?