Tess Riley is a graduate student in New York University’s American Journalism Online Master’s program reporting for The Click. Based in New Orleans, she works in social media management, digital marketing, and event planning. Her topics of journalistic interest include fashion, LGBTQ+ issues, racial and gender equity, and mental health. Riley reported for The Tulane Hullabaloo during her undergraduate career.
April 25, 2022
NOLA City Council Wants Oversight of Water Board
Council members field a high volume of complaints from constituents who assume SWBNO is overseen by city council. Their vote to make this assumption reality could provide greater options for disputing overcharges and incorrect bills.
April 4, 2022
Lower Garden District Gem Reaches Covid Milestone with Successful Mardi Gras
After navigating two years of Covid-19 mandates and rising supply prices, Vuong is bringing her famous spicy tofu to the Uptown neighborhood.
March 16, 2022
Local Filmmaker Stuart Sox Follows Beloved AllWays Lounge Through Pandemic Challenges
Filmmaker Stuart Sox documented the staff and performers of New Orleans’ beloved AllWays Lounge as they navigated the challenges of a global pandemic, highlighting their creativity and resiliency.
February 13, 2022
Suspect Arrested in Attack on ICU Nurse in Louisiana
The attack is the latest in a series of assaults on local healthcare workers during the pandemic.