Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in China, I (or my work) have been featured on various local and national media outlets, along with the reporting on this blog. A list is available below. For media inquiries, fill out the contact form on this blog or contact me via Facebook or Twitter.

TV

Vermont students in China monitored for coronavirus – WCAX, January 28, 2020

As Coronavirus Spreads, New England Schools Put Programs in China on Hold — NBC 10 Boston, January 29, 2020

You Can Quote Me — WCAX, February 2, 2020

Vermont colleges to charge same tuition for online and in-person classes — WCAX, August 3, 2020

Meet the College Senior Who Built a COVID Tracker After CDC Blocked from Tracing Trump’s Contacts — Democracy Now, October 6, 2020

Vermont student helps create White House COVID-19 tracker — NBC5 Vermont, October 7, 2020

Unprecedented Times — Documentary film directed by Dan Levesque — October 23, 2020

Radio

As Coronavirus Spreads, U.S. Students In China Scramble To Leave — NPR, January 31, 2020

China, Coronavirus and Coming Home: One Middlebury Student’s Story — Vermont Public Radio (VPR), February 4, 2020

College during COVID — The Youth Vote — September 7, 2020

What Trump’s COVID-19 Condition Means For The Office, Campaign & Election — Vermont Public Radio (VPR), October 5, 2020

This Middlebury College Student Is Tracking The White House Outbreak From His Dorm Room — Vermont Public Radio (VPR), October 7, 2020

Print and Online

How the coronavirus affected Middlebury College students studying in China — Burlington Free Press, January 29, 2020

Virus forces college students out of China — Addison Independent, January 30, 2020

‘We do not want to risk our lives’: Amid coronavirus scares, colleges try to keep healthy, calm — USA Today, January 30, 2020

Middlebury student stuck in Beijing during coronavirus emergency says atmosphere is tense — Boston Globe, January 31, 2020

School in China suspended amidst coronavirus outbreak — Middlebury Campus, January 31, 2020

Rye Student Heads Home from China in Wake of Coronavirus Emergency — MyRye, February 1, 2020

USC Halts China Study Abroad, Duke Venture Idled After Virus — Bloomberg, February 4, 2020

For safety, college isolates students back from China — Addison Independent, February 6, 2020

Virus causes global health emergency — The Broadview, February 15, 2020

Rice High School students returning from Italy will be quarantined, monitored for coronavirus — Burlington Free Press, March 2, 2020

‘Devastated, disappointed and worried’: How coronavirus stole students’ study abroad — USA Today, March 12, 2020

COVID-19 coverage — Addison Independent — March 15, 2020

College, Interrupted — Open Campus — March 20, 2020

Middlebury College journalists double down — Addison Independent — March 23, 2020

Student journalists navigate coronavirus pandemic — Inside Higher Ed — March 24, 2020

Student journalism across the country goes online in the face of COVID-19 — The Carletonian — March 28, 2020

Campuses Are Closed, but Student Journalists Are Still Working — The Nation — April 1, 2020

What’s Clearer Now — Open Campus — April 3, 2020

Student journalists nationwide are innovating to cover COVID-19 — The Scarlet and Black — April 30, 2020

College will reopen this fall, cautiously — Addison Independent — June 25, 2020

Will Colleges Reopen This Fall? Schools Try to Keep Campuses Safe — Bloomberg — July 10, 2020

Liberal arts colleges look to fall 2020 — Bryan Alexander — July 12, 2020

What Students Have to Say about the Fall — Open Campus — July 17, 2020

‘Incredibly Heartbreaking’: No Division III sports at CC this fall — CC COVID-19 Reporting Project — July 21, 2020

What are the criteria for flipping a fall semester into a Toggle Term? — Bryan Alexander — August 6, 2020

First-years and juniors may not return to campus, as U. switches to entirely remote fall — The Daily Princetonian — August 7, 2020

Markedly heterogeneous COVID-19 testing plans among US colleges and universities — MedRxiv, August 11, 2020

August Wave of Campus Reopening Reversals — Inside Higher Ed — August 12, 2020

Chaotic and incoherent: Damning study of over 500 U.S. campus COVID-19 reopening plans — News Medical, August 13, 2020

Middlebury group calls on college to go online-only; college stands firm — VTDigger, August 14, 2020

College confident about COVID testing plan — Addison Independent, August 17, 2020

Vermont Colleges Laid Testing Plans to Restart Safely. Will They Work? — Seven Days, August 19, 2020

On the College’s plan for the fall: A note of thanks and a call for answers — Williams Record — August 19, 2020

‘Ready to Adapt’: Campus fitness center reopens with reservation system and split schedule — CC COVID-19 Reporting Project, August 21, 2020

A Backlash to Banning — Open Campus, August 28, 2020

New Database Tracks Reversals in Colleges’ Fall Reopening Plans — Inside Higher Ed, August 31, 2020

Seven Thoughts from the Fall Semester — Robert Kelchen, September 4, 2020

Three different units for COVID-19 tests — COVID-19 Data Dispatch — September 6, 2020

Coronavirus: ‘The question is whether colleges can bring them under control’ — Yahoo Finance, September 8, 2020

A Tool to Inform Too Often Confuses — Chronicle of Higher Education, September 18, 2020

Our relationship with wildfires — Axios Today — September 18, 2020

Coronavirus: The Pandemic and Higher Education — The Mac Weekly — September 18, 2020

#3 *Is* this Paris? — Catfish Honey — October 1, 2020

The White House Is Failing To Contact Trace Its Own Outbreak: Report — New York Magazine, October 4, 2020

Confusion Over Trump’s Condition in Hospital: Live Updates — New York Magazine, October 4, 2020

Who has COVID-19? This White House case tracker and live dashboard will tell you — Fast Company, October 5, 2020

Tracking The White House Covid-19 Coronavirus Outbreak Needs To Be More Open — Forbes, October 5, 2020

Coronavirus Roundup: White House Blocks Vaccine Guidelines; Cuomo Stymies NYC Lockdown — The River Newsroom, October 5, 2020

A Middlebury Student Is Tracking the White House COVID-19 Outbreak — Seven Days, October 7, 2020

“Super-Spreader” Trump Wants to Return to Oval Office Despite Being Contagious — Truthout, October 7, 2020

Great grafs included — Student Journalism, Nationwide, October 9, 2020

Supercontagiador en jefe: Donald Trump pone en peligro al personal de la Casa Blanca — Democracy Now, October 9, 2020

In Other Ivory Towers: Middlebury removes 22 students for violating COVID-19 guidelines — The Williams Record, October 12, 2020

Benjy Renton ’21 garners national recognition for contact tracing the White House — The Middlebury Campus, October 15, 2020

Middlebury College student’s COVID work draws national attention — Addison Independent, October 22, 2020