https://youtu.be/HlPwKR3zSSE In a deep dive into the college sports industry, Northwestern student athletes share their experiences with their new rights to make money off name, image, and likeness (NIL). Shot, produced, and edited by Max Tracey Fall 2021, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g535FlkQjXc&t=49s Northwestern students honor their loved ones in celebration of Dia de los Muertos (October 2021). Shot, edited and produced by Max Tracey.
Inside the local efforts to combat consequences cited by climate studies The Earth — including Wellesley — will face drastically worsening conditions due to climate change. The Fourth National Climate Assessment issued by thirteen federal agencies in late November gave the most severe estimate of consequences of climate change for the United States to date.... Continue Reading →
From 3/15/2018 Students who participated the student-lead walkout for gun at reform at WHS react to the issues at hand and explain why they walked out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrpFKys4fnE Video edited by Max Tracey
From December, 2017 (The Wellesley Townsman) “Stand Up, Charlie” —Wellesley’s voices against fossil fuel pipelines “Gov. Baker says he’s taking action on climate change, but when you look at his policies, he’s actually in favor of building new fracked gas pipelines and power plants that we don’t need.” This statement from resident Lise Olney summarizes... Continue Reading →
From April, 2017 (The Wellesley Townsman) During the April 8 third annual STEM Expo at Wellesley High School, students and residents showcased nearly 100 exhibits covering various aspects of STEM such as robots, technology and engineering innovation, coding, environmental education, chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology. The event, run by the Wellesley Education Foundation, also featured... Continue Reading →
From November, 2016 (Wellesley Townsman) The environmental awareness community at Wellesley High School entered this school year with the intention to change the culture of their society. What was once known as the high school’s Green Team is now Wellesley High School’s Climate Action Club. With a new name and mindset, the club transitioned its... Continue Reading →
Click to view in Wellesley Weston Magazine - Winter 2018/2019 I began to write this on the final day of a long holiday weekend, with the resumption of school looming in the back of my head. Like myself, so many others fall into the habit of procrastination and panic until the last minute, scrambling late... Continue Reading →