Today’s NYT piece on cooking, food and Wall Street protest culture.
A new one over at The Sealth life.
This weekend I zipped down to the Oregon Coast to catch some misty ocean vibes and to catch a glimpse of Haystack Rock. Children of the 80’s may recognize this massive rock from the opening scenes of The Goonies. It’s the world’s fourth largest seastack and accessible by foot at low tide. If you have a free weekend this fall, take a trip to Canon Beach to see this awesome rock for yourself. (Photo by Karen Gaudette)
The Common Language Project is offering a very cool opportunity to UW students and recent college grads. Beginning this winter, the magazine’s International Reporting Fellowship will fund an overseas reporting project for one lucky student or emerging journalist. The deadline for applications is this Saturday. Head to clpmag.org for the deets.
A snippet from the official fellowship description:
Are you an aspiring international journalist? A freelancer with a great project idea? An emerging journalist interested in the nonprofit world and entrepreneurial journalism?
Apply now for this paid fellowship: a one-of-a-kind opportunity to work closely with an award-winning journalism nonprofit while developing your own international reporting project, earning a travel grant to support your work and learning to navigate the new media landscape!
Past fellows have reported on maternal health issues in Bangladesh, had their work published in national outlets and designed and led social media campaigns.
As an undergrad, I was lucky enough to be the recipient of a foreign reporting fellowship from UW which allowed me to work as a health reporter in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The experience was life changing. If you’re eligible for this fellowship and interested in working overseas, definitely consider applying for this opportunity.