My BU Science Journalism classmates Emma Yasinski, Shannon Kelleher, Fink Densford, and I produced this video as a final project. Enjoy!
Though June 1st marks a day to honor the Heimlich Maneuver, experts continue to disagree on just how effective it can be.
Click here to listen!
This semester, I had the pleasure of being in Anne Donohue’s Narrative Radio class. The rest of my classmates and I produced the pieces in this episode of WBUR Boston’s “World of Ideas” as our final project. Enjoy!
I did some blogging for the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival. You can read about an incredible virtual dissection I saw at MGH’s Russell Museum here.
In 2013, Justin Stratton was one of the many first responders addressing the atrocities that took place at the Boston Marathon. For WTBU and BU News Service, I asked him about his experience treating high school runner Sydney Corcoran.
A radio piece I produced for a “labels” theme on WTBU:
One form of labeling becoming increasingly popular is the permanent marking of one’s skin. In 2010, nearly a quarter of Americans had at least one tattoo. For others, the decision to ink is more difficult. Judith Lavelle asks one Boston University student what’s taking him so long to decide.
by Grace Raver, Fink Densford, and Judith Lavelle
Read the full story on Boston University News Service!
In my parents’ day, surgeons gladly removed tonsils after a few sore throats, but as of late, the procedure is rarely done for the same reasons. Read about how this trend represents a much larger medical trend in my latest piece for BU News Service:
by Judith Lavelle & Cody Sullivan
This morning, you can pick up a copy of the Globe and read all about how scientists are using human saliva, urine, and stool to save the world.