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 Oct 07Teachers expect less from black and Hispanic students, study shows
Teachers thought that African American students were 47 percent, and Hispanic students were 42 percent, less likely to graduate college than white students, the report said.
Education Oct 03Colorado curriculum vote leaves questions on history class debate
The school board in Jefferson County, Colo., voted last night to draw more community members into the course review process amid a debate over history curriculum that has led more than 1,000 students to walk out of class.
Nation Sep 28What happens when pro athletes disappoint their teenage fans?
Should professional athletes be role models?…
World Sep 25Spain abandons law that would have banned abortion
The Spanish government has abandoned a bill that would have outlawed nearly all abortion procedures in Spain, one that a wide majority of the country opposed. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced the news at a press conference on Tuesday.
Nation Sep 17Why video gamers are speaking out against sexual harassment
Adult women are playing video games in greater numbers than ever, and more of them are also speaking out against online sexual harassment.
Nation Sep 12Why journalism has a gender problem
The journalism industry is severely lacking in leadership by women and racial minorities, according to the Nieman Reports story published Wednesday.
Nation Sep 10Texting while driving? Long Island DA wants to disable your phone
In Long Island, drivers hooked on their phones could soon see new penalties for distracted driving. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice has proposed the use of a “kill switch” to disable the phone of someone who has been convicted…
Nation Sep 01Why calling stolen celebrity nudes a ‘leak’ is wrong
A hacker posted pictures of nude female celebrities without their consent on Sunday, prompting a call for a change in how we talk about the hacking of personal photos.
World Aug 29‘We are all humans’ — young Israelis and Palestinians speak out
Israel and Hamas announced an open-ended cease-fire this week, bringing a halt to the conflict in Gaza that has rocked the area and killed more than 2,000 people since the end of June. We spoke with Israeli and Palestinian students…
World Aug 25Facebook continues to battle click-bait
Facebook announced in a blog post today that it would change its algorithm to reduce the amount of click-bait in the News Feed, and improve users' experience.