A textbook nomad, Allie has lived across the world from Hawaii to Rome, Italy where she works as a seismologist. She also holds a PhD in geophysics from the University of California, Riverside, a master’s from the University of Bristol in natural hazards, and a bachelor’s in geosciences from Hamilton College. She is pursuing a master’s degree in journalism at NYU. She is interested in the intersection of science, culture, and society.
December 7, 2021
Opinion: “Icarus,” the 2017 Documentary on Doping, Flies Close to Unjustifiable Were It Not for a Twist of Fate
"Icarus," the 2017 film on doping, is a prime example of why the value of undercover journalism is best determined in hindsight.
November 1, 2021
Ethics of Reporting on Coronavirus Conspiracies
When an Oklahoma State University undergraduate was fired for her reporting on mask mandates, an ethical debate within the media […]
October 26, 2021
The Media Gives a Voice to Rome’s Low-Income Squatters
In October 2019, Giorgio Ghiglione, from Aljazeera, explored the lives of squatters in the G7 capital city with the highest […]
October 13, 2021
DAMN Confounding, Kendrick Lamar Perched Between Art and Journalism
(ROME) — Just like there are an infinite number of ways to eat a Reese’s peanut butter cup, there are […]
October 11, 2021
You Don’t Need a Plane Ticket to ‘Say a Laic Prayer’ in Rome
A new digital art installation allows people across the globe to display a message in the heart of the Italian capital