About Corinne @cesegal
Corinne is the Senior Multimedia Web Editor for NewsHour Weekend. She serves on the advisory board for VIDA: Women in Literary Arts.
Corinne’s Recent Stories
Nation Sep 17New Yorkers revisit Occupy Wall Street on its fifth anniversary
People gathered in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Saturday, exactly five years after Occupy Wall Street began, describing how a small encampment spread to cities across the country.
Arts Sep 17How Edward Albee felt about his most famous work
Edward Albee, who interrogated contemporary life with plays that exposed the drama and psychology of human relationships, died Friday at 88, his personal assistant Jakob Holder confirmed.
Nation Sep 14Chelsea Manning will receive gender affirmation surgery, Army says
The U.S. Army has told Chelsea Manning she will be permitted to receive gender affirmation surgery, ending a hunger strike that she began last week.
Arts Sep 04Rebecca Sugar, Cartoon Network’s first female creator, on writing LGBTQ stories for kids
Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe, spoke with us about her new book, attitudes toward LGBTQ themes in children's media and her personal history with fairy tales.
Arts Sep 03Light show turns primeval Kyoto forest, shrine into a kaleidoscope
For a few brief days this summer, a sacred shrine and forest in Kyoto, Japan, became a technicolor dreamscape.
World Aug 28How big is the world’s largest marine preserve?
The Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument is set to become the largest ecological preserve in the world.
Nation Aug 28‘It makes me frustrated and sad’ — stories from men who cannot donate blood
In July, the public received the chance to weigh in on a long-debated topic: a policy by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that bans blood donations from men who have had sex with men in the past…
Economy Aug 27The oldest hat factory in the U.S. tells a larger story about manufacturing
In the heart of Amish country, hat makers are maintaining a century-old business.
Nation Aug 27UNC cannot enforce part of HB2, federal judge rules
A federal judge has blocked the University of North Carolina from enforcing part of the state's HB 2 that limits bathroom use by transgender people.
Nation Aug 21The complications of ID for non-binary people — and how it could change soon
Two cases are causing state and federal agencies to confront questions over gender neutral IDs for nonbinary people.