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Hi there, I’m Julia! I’m a senior journalism major at American University and an editorial intern at 1776, a startup incubator in DC, as part of the AU School of Communication Dean’s Internship Program. Previously, I was an online editorial intern at New York Magazine and wrote for their newest vertical, “The Science of Us.” I love feature writing, copy editing and all things digital. My friends often say that I am “good at the Internet.”

On campus, I’ve written sex columns for The American Word Magazine (one of which scored me a Late Night with Seth Meyers shout-out) and articles for HerCampus.com. I served as student body Vice President, and I’m a member of Phi Sigma Sigma.

(I also started a minor Internet phenomenon called Swipe For Swipes that was covered by TIME, The Washington Post, USA Today and others. It was so weird.)

My favorite things to write about are things that make people think and/or feel something–particularly sex, psychology, gender issues, tech, contemporary culture and cool people. My goal is to work in the features department of a magazine or online publication after I graduate.

I graduate this spring, and I’m on the lookout for a job. Let me know if you want to chat!

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  1. Loved your blog about your disability. In 2010, like overnight I became violently ill with severe multiple chemical sensitivity. Like you I didn’t know what was wrong with me and neither did the doctors. It was one of the most scary times of my life. I totally understand the concept of hidden disability. I am 80% healthy now I still have some on-going health issues. Your article really spoke to me in a way that most people don’t understand! MCS is a terrible illness. Unfortunately there is no treatment or cure. There are neurological exercises that I did through a program called the dynamic neural retraining system. It’s saved my life!! Many ppl with uncommon illness suffer in silence; frightened and isolated.
    Once Again TY

  2. Great article on disability! Get your word out there as much as you can. Too many people do not understand and your article will help them at least be willing to understand. You can write human interest/disability articles for the NY Times! As a person with a disability, I value stories like yours. I work at reaching the uneducated instead of continually preaching to the choir. After all, we’re all in this together! Thank you.

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