Corinne's Recent Stories
Education Mar 17In a heavily Puerto Rican city, schools scramble to help students displaced by hurricane
Since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico last year, more than 24,000 students have left for the U.S. mainland and more than 400 came to Hartford, Connecticut, where a third of residents identify as Puerto Rican. Now, Hartford is working to…
Nation Mar 09As Trump’s ban plays out in court, America’s first openly transgender recruits are joining the military
The first group of openly trans recruits in U.S. military history are moving forward without the support of their commander-in-chief.
Nation Feb 17At Fort Lauderdale rally against gun violence, impassioned calls for change and anger at politicians
A loud, angry and clear call for change came from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday as survivors of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, along with local leaders and community members, spoke to a rally of several hundred people.
Nation Feb 15The 17 victims of the Florida high school shooting
Here is a full list of victims released by Broward County's Sheriff's Office.
Arts Feb 04Taylor Mac turns U.S. history inside out in epic, 24-hour show
For years, artist Taylor Mac has challenged mainstream ideas around gender and sexuality with shows that spotlight LGBTQ identity. Now Mac, who received a MacArthur grant last fall, is touring “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music,” a show with 24…
Politics Feb 02WATCH: Republican Congressman says GOP Russia memo should ’cause all American citizens to be outraged’
Gaetz has been one of the most vocal members of Congress pushing the House Intelligence Committee to release a previously classified memo on the Russia investigation.
Nation Jan 13Missile alert sent to Hawaii residents by mistake, officials say
Hawaii residents received an erroneous emergency phone alert on Saturday morning that warned of a ballistic missile threat and told people to seek immediate shelter, causing panic throughout the state.
Nation Jan 07‘These conversations are not comfortable’ — How colleges can address racial inequality
Months after Evergreen State College became the center of a national debate on race and education, one woman is working to build a more inclusive culture there.
Arts Dec 17Neon, spectacles and bright lights lure eaters in the age of Instagram
Interior designers say they are increasingly creating spaces with Instagram in mind, making businesses brighter, boldly-patterned, and instantly shareable.
Arts Nov 26Joni Mitchell’s biographer on her songwriting style, missing Woodstock and thoughts about Bob Dylan
Music writer David Yaffe spoke with us about the origin of Joni Mitchell’s songwriting technique and the stories behind several of her better-known songs.