Hindsight Really is 20/20

April 19, 2020

As I struggle to cope with the new reality of COVID-19, I can’t help but feel an odd sense of deja-vu. I remember a time not too long ago when I was also stuck inside, unable to plan, consumed by the fear of an invisible illness. It was a chapter of my life called POTS, a chapter that defined my college years and changed my entire life trajectory.

Choose Your Own Adventure: Navigating Israel’s Challenges While Building a Better Brain

January 4, 2020

In my six month anniversary post, I discuss how to navigate Israel's challenges while building a better brain.

Mental Health Advocate Marc Fein Leads Workshop at Rutgers Hillel

April 4, 2019

Over 50 college students took a step back Tuesday night to look inward, gathering at Rutgers University Hillel for a powerful presentation on mental illness.

The United States has an Epidemic of Processed Food — and it’s Killing Us

December 11, 2018

Sixty percent of our diets consists of highly processed foods. Laden with refined grains, sugar, vegetable oils and additives, the products lining our grocery store shelves play a powerful role in the chronic disease epidemic.

The Unseen Plight of Amazon Warehouse Workers

June 1, 2018

An investigative journalism team uncovers what truly goes on inside Amazon warehouses. They discover that customers come first—and workers come last. 

An Unexpected Curriculum

May 22, 2018

A personal essay that explores the intersection between illness and journalism.