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Hanna Khosravi
Hanna Khosravi is a sophomore studying English, History and Film. She is from the San Francisco Bay Area, and despite loving New York City, will adamantly argue for San Francisco in any debate regarding which city is actually cooler. When Hanna isn’t strolling the lengths of New York because of her strange obsession with traversing the city in its entirety, she’s probably drinking copious amounts of black tea, reading (and trying to align what she is reading with the ideally matched Spotify playlist) or snacking on roasted almonds out of her purse like some sort of ravenous squirrel. She enjoys hiking, watching “Cheers,” and she may or may not be found in her kitchen making granola at 11 p.m. on a Thursday night while listening to Supertramp on repeat.

Hanna Khosravi, Opinion Editor

May 10, 2019
Q&A with Ted Conover, Head of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, Part 2: On Journalism Education at NYU (Story)
May 09, 2019
Q&A with Ted Conover, Part 1: On Journalism Education at NYU (Story)
May 08, 2019
Q&A with Professor Mitchell Stephens: On Opinions, Bias and the Future of Storytelling (Story)
May 08, 2019
How the Twitter Revolution Went From Green to Red, White and Blue (Story)
May 07, 2019
Q&A with Professor Mitchell Stephens, Part I: How History Informs the Future and How Journalism Education is Changing (Story)
Apr 10, 2019
The Human Rights Catastrophe in China That We Should Be Talking About (Story)
Mar 25, 2019
Finding Hope in Springtime (Story)
Mar 14, 2019
Ben Neiley | The Connoisseur of Contemporary Quality (Story)
Feb 03, 2019
Putting Geography Education on the Map (Story)
Jan 28, 2019
Tech CEOs and Modern-Day Prophets (Story)
Nov 19, 2018
In California, My Home Is One of the Lucky Ones (Story)
Oct 15, 2018
A Thank You to Dr. Blasey Ford (Story)
Oct 09, 2018
Recognizing the Bravery of Kurdistan’s Women (Story)
Sep 10, 2018
How the Anonymous Op-Ed Should Move Us to Action (Story)
Sep 03, 2018
Returning to New York for the First Time (Story)
Aug 26, 2018
Take the Long Walk Home (Story)