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
Arts Dec 05From shattered glass to blank canvas, Missouri communities paint to heal
Today if you walk down S. Grand Boulevard, one of the main thoroughfares in St. Louis, you are likely to find boarded-up windows in the aftermath of protests and ensuing riots from the Michael Brown grand jury ruling. What would…
Nation Nov 25Marches across the country show support for Ferguson
Cities across the country are planning organized responses to yesterday’s decision by a grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson for fatally shooting unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
Education Nov 18NewsHour Extra’s #MyZeitgeist contest opens for entries
NewsHour Extra, the NewsHour’s educational resource site, is challenging students with its annual #MyZeitgeist contest to create digital projects about the most important news events of 2014. Inspired by Google’s annual Zeitgeist year-in-review montage, #MyZeitgeist encourages innovation…
Nation Nov 17TIME apologizes for including ‘feminist’ in poll of words to ban
TIME has apologized for including the word “feminist” in a poll asking "Which Word Should Be Banned in 2015?" Published on Nov 12, the poll drew widespread criticism online.
Nation Nov 17OkCupid expands gender and sexuality options
Dating site OkCupid is now giving queer and transgender users greater visibility with a change that allows users many more options in listing their gender and sexuality.
Nation Nov 13TIME includes ‘feminist’ in poll of words to ban
TIME left readers puzzled, and many outraged, yesterday with the inclusion of the word "feminist" in a poll titled "Which Word Should Be Banned in 2015?"…
World Nov 11S. Korean ferry captain receives 36 years in prison
Lee Joon-seok, the captain that abandoned hundreds of passengers aboard a sinking ferry in South Korea, has received a sentence of 36 years in prison.
Science Nov 04Global physics research giant CERN selects first woman to lead
Fabiola Gianotti has been selected to lead CERN, the international physics research center which discovered the Higgs boson or the "God particle". She is the first woman to direct the organization.
Politics Oct 30Meet the college freshman with a shot to be West Virginia’s youngest state representative
Saira Blair studies economics at West Virginia University, belongs to the knitting club and the College Republicans. She also runs a political campaign from her dorm room. In some ways, she is not your everyday college freshman.
Health Oct 14Facebook and Apple will pay for employees to freeze their eggs
Facebook and Apple are now among the first Silicon Valley tech companies to cover the expense of egg freezing procedures for employees, NBC News reported.