“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up”
Hi! My name is Amanda Su. I’m an aspiring journalist, an explorer of cultural cuisines, a poetry lover, a constant victim of restrictive word counts, an apprehensive Oxford comma user(,) and a multi-media storyteller. To see my work samples, click on the “Journalism” drop-down menu.
Things I’ve found educational, thought-provoking, funny, etc.
- Seeing the Spectrum: What is Autism? (The New Yorker)
- Why Are So Many Veterans on Death Row? (The New Yorker)
- A Letter to My Mother That She Will Never Read (The New Yorker)
- On Christopher Robin, War and PTSD (The New Yorker)
- The Randomness of Language Evolution (The Atlantic)
- The Incredible Story Behind a Haunting Picture of a POW in Vietnam (TIME)
- The Land of the Large Adult Son (The New Yorker)
- Why Do Puns Make People Groan? (The Atlantic)
- Autism’s Lost Generation (The Atlantic)
- The Challenge of Teaching War to Today’s Students (The Atlantic)
My Study Playlist (ambient music)