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The following is a broad collection of Nicholas' published work since 2014.
Huge Lowell development project met with optimism and skepticism
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Mancini’s quest to honor Italian Americans 4 years after toppling of State Capitol Columbus statue
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Ex-Aegerion drug salesman avoids further prison during 2nd sentencing
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Law enforcement had probable cause to take Maine gunman into custody and remove his firearms before shooting, report says
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Disneyland not 'happiest place' for workers, wage lawsuit claims
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Disney activist Blackwells demands AI strategy to boost shares
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Community health majors must pay eight times original price for required summer internship
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Billionaire Peltz's Trian criticizes Disney's investment plans in letter to investors
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Brown University Students Continue Hunger Strike Over Treatment of Palestinians
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Disney harnesses AI to drive streaming ad technology
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New animal welfare legislation offers Minnesota a path toward more humane farming
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The ‘Intersectionality’ Canard
  • Image Caption: "Black Lives Matter demonstrators during a march in St. Paul, Minn., March 19, 2021(Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)"
    The ‘Intersectionality’ Canard
    date:
    January 30, 2024
    client:
    The National Review via Reuters
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    Image Caption: "Black Lives Matter demonstrators during a march in St. Paul, Minn., March 19, 2021(Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)"
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How Wokeness Prevailed
  • Image Caption: A woman holds a Black Lives Matter flag during a news conference with activists calling for justice for those killed by police officers outside the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., May 24, 2021. (Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)
    How Wokeness Prevailed
    date:
    January 25, 2024
    client:
    The National Review via Reuters
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    Image Caption: A woman holds a Black Lives Matter flag during a news conference with activists calling for justice for those killed by police officers outside the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., May 24, 2021. (Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)
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3M begins $6B settlement payment to veterans, issuing $253M in January
  • Image Caption: "A sign sits out 3M global headquarters in Saint Paul, Minnesota. 3M acquired Aearo Technologies in 2008. Aearo Technologies produced faulty ear plugs that ultimately led to the largest tort case in U.S. history. (REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi/File Photo / Reuters Photos)"
    3M begins $6B settlement payment to veterans, issuing $253M in January
    date:
    January 17, 2024
    client:
    Fox Business via Reuters
    summary:
    Image Caption: "A sign sits out 3M global headquarters in Saint Paul, Minnesota. 3M acquired Aearo Technologies in 2008. Aearo Technologies produced faulty ear plugs that ultimately led to the largest tort case in U.S. history. (REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi/File Photo / Reuters Photos)"
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The best football players currently playing MLB instead
  • Image Caption: "Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Sal Frelick was named Gatorade Massachusetts football player of the year for 2017 after passing for 1940 yards and 30 touchdowns and rushing for 1,779 yards and 20 TDs at Lexington High School. Nicholas Pfosi for The Boston Globe/Getty Images"
    The best football players currently playing MLB instead
    date:
    January 12, 2024
    client:
    ESPN via the Boston Globe/Getty Images
    summary:
    Image Caption: "Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Sal Frelick was named Gatorade Massachusetts football player of the year for 2017 after passing for 1940 yards and 30 touchdowns and rushing for 1,779 yards and 20 TDs at Lexington High School. Nicholas Pfosi for The Boston Globe/Getty Images"
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3M is freezing pension plans, even as other companies like IBM find the practice outdated
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Exclusive: Blackwells to nominate board directors at Disney, rivaling Trian
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‘Systemic Racism’ in the Justice System Does Not Exist
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2023
  • 2023
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    December 31, 2023
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Vermont man charged with attempted murder in shooting of students of Palestinian descent
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US jury says Disney owes $600k in motion-capture copyright trial
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US court rejects race bias claims over Boston school admission policy
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Should health workers be using N95s again? CDC committee at odds with occupational safety experts
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Gaza War Tensions Roil Campuses; Brown Protesters Arrested; Haverford Building Occupied
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Police arrest 41 students at Brown University following a sit-in protest, the 2nd in over a month
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Rejecting 3M, DuPont PFAS settlements risks decade-long legal fights, judge warns
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Palestinian-American student shot in Vermont is paralyzed
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Pain and an uncertain future for Palestinian students shot in Vermont
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Disney pauses ads on Elon Musk's social media platform X
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"Take me as I am" screened at Output Film Festival
exhibition
Bertelsmann sells Majorel stake to Teleperformance
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The Maine gunman was a ‘textbook case’ for a state law designed to remove firearms from people like him. Why didn’t it work?
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Law firms in fee fight seek to force Boston judge to rule after 5-year wait
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An activist flies a Black Lives Matter flag during a news conference outside the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., on May 24, 2021.(Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)
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MBTA removes slow zones on the Green Line
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Tlaib and Omar Duck Questions about Baselessly Blaming Israel for Hospital Blast
  • Image Caption: "Left: Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) speaks during a hearing on gun violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 8, 2022. Right: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) addresses the media at a press conference in Brooklyn Center, Minn., April 20, 2021. (Andrew Harnik, Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)"
    Tlaib and Omar Duck Questions about Baselessly Blaming Israel for Hospital Blast
    date:
    October 18, 2023
    client:
    National Review via Reuters
    summary:
    Image Caption: "Left: Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) speaks during a hearing on gun violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 8, 2022. Right: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) addresses the media at a press conference in Brooklyn Center, Minn., April 20, 2021. (Andrew Harnik, Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters)"
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Tufts University's Jumbo Magazine publishes burlesque photo in Arts Highlight section
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Insulet CFO to Step Down, Join 3M's Healthcare Business
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3M Agrees to Pay Nearly $10 Million Over Sale of Products to Iran
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The tragedy Linkin Park's Chester Bennington faced before his death
  • "Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington’s tragic death was six years ago, leaving a hole in many fans’ hearts that will never be filled. The famous frontman died only a couple of months after burying one of his closest friends, after decades of fighting addiction and heartbreaking struggles."
    The tragedy Linkin Park's Chester Bennington faced before his death
    date:
    September 20, 2023
    client:
    MSN via Boston Globe via Getty Images
    summary:
    "Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington’s tragic death was six years ago, leaving a hole in many fans’ hearts that will never be filled. The famous frontman died only a couple of months after burying one of his closest friends, after decades of fighting addiction and heartbreaking struggles."
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Parents challenge Massachusetts' school district's gender identity policy
  • "BOSTON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Wednesday wrestled with whether to revive a lawsuit by two parents challenging a Massachusetts’ school district policy to not disclose students’ gender identities expressed at school to their families without their consent."
    Parents challenge Massachusetts' school district's gender identity policy
    date:
    September 13, 2023
    client:
    Reuters
    summary:
    "BOSTON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Wednesday wrestled with whether to revive a lawsuit by two parents challenging a Massachusetts’ school district policy to not disclose students’ gender identities expressed at school to their families without their consent."
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3M warns of 'slow growth environment' in 2024, shares drop
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Trump Is Starting to Poll Like an Incumbent
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3M Says It Will Pay $6 Billion to Resolve Combat Earplug Lawsuits
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3M Settles U.S. Probe Over Tourist Trips for China Officials
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Arkansas man pleads guilty to firebombing police cars during George Floyd protests
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3M names Bryan Hanson as CEO of its health care business
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The EPA is rejecting calls for tougher regulation of large livestock farms, promises more study
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What you need to know about Mayor Frey's Minneapolis budget proposal
  • "Mayor Jacob Frey's proposed $1.8 billion budget for Minneapolis will raise property taxes for typical homeowners, in part to pay for pricey police consent decrees and more public housing."
"Photo Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios. Photo: Nicholas Pfosi/Bloomberg via Getty Images"
    What you need to know about Mayor Frey's Minneapolis budget proposal
    date:
    August 15, 2023
    client:
    Axios Twin Cities via Bloomberg via Getty Images
    summary:
    "Mayor Jacob Frey's proposed $1.8 billion budget for Minneapolis will raise property taxes for typical homeowners, in part to pay for pricey police consent decrees and more public housing." "Photo Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios. Photo: Nicholas Pfosi/Bloomberg via Getty Images"
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‘They nicknamed me the clam whisperer!’: Readers share their most memorable summer jobs
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Minneapolis ex-officer sentenced to nearly 5 years in Floyd killing
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Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao sentenced for role in George Floyd murder
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Rising in GOP Primary Polls, Tim Scott Visits Southern Border
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Chemical companies’ PFAS payouts are huge – but the problem is even bigger
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Disney's Hotstar India streaming service plans to limit account sharing
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Minnesota’s Republican Party Is Totally Broke
  • "Minnesota’s Republican Party is not only one of the least successful in the country—the state hasn’t gone red in a presidential election in over 50 years—but it might also be the most broke."
    Minnesota’s Republican Party Is Totally Broke
    date:
    July 12, 2023
    client:
    Daily Beast via Reuters
    summary:
    "Minnesota’s Republican Party is not only one of the least successful in the country—the state hasn’t gone red in a presidential election in over 50 years—but it might also be the most broke."
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Dear judicial overhaul protesters, violence isn't only physical
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קולות המחאה מקפלן: "זה בידיים שלנו, אין מישהו אחר שיעשה את זה במקומנו" [Voices of protest from Kaplan: "It's in our hands, there's no one else to do it for us"]
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Finstad optimistic about new $1.5 trillion farm bill as lobbying intensifies
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Disney accused in lawsuit of 'systematically' paying women less than men in California
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Pre-4th of July coverage in Boston
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Fidelity Jumps Into Bitcoin ETF Race With Fresh SEC Filing (1)
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Litigation Product Liability 3M reaches tentative $10.3 billion deal over US 'forever chemicals' claims
  • Caption: "The 3M logo is seen at its global headquarters in Maplewood, Minnesota, U.S. on March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi/File Photo" Lead: "Dubbed "forever chemicals" as they do not easily break down in the human body or environment, PFAS are used in a wide range of products from non-stick cookware to cosmetics and have been linked to cancer, hormonal dysfunction and environmental damage." Article by Clark Mindock
    Litigation Product Liability 3M reaches tentative $10.3 billion deal over US 'forever chemicals' claims
    date:
    June 23, 2023
    client:
    Reuters
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    Caption: "The 3M logo is seen at its global headquarters in Maplewood, Minnesota, U.S. on March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi/File Photo" Lead: "Dubbed "forever chemicals" as they do not easily break down in the human body or environment, PFAS are used in a wide range of products from non-stick cookware to cosmetics and have been linked to cancer, hormonal dysfunction and environmental damage." Article by Clark Mindock
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3M Reaches $10.3 Billion Settlement in ‘Forever Chemicals’ Suits
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Disney's diversity chief Latondra Newton leaves firm
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How to thwart hackers
  • "Cities and towns don’t have the knowledge, staff, or money to fend off cyberattacks themselves. They need help." Written by the Boston Globe Editorial Board
    How to thwart hackers
    date:
    June 4, 2023
    client:
    The Boston Globe
    summary:
    "Cities and towns don’t have the knowledge, staff, or money to fend off cyberattacks themselves. They need help." Written by the Boston Globe Editorial Board
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3M said to be in at least $10 billion PFAS pollution settlement
  • "June 2 (Reuters) - 3M Co MMM.N has struck a tentative settlement of at least $10 billion with a host of U.S. cities and towns to resolve water pollution claims tied to "forever chemicals", Bloomberg Law reported, citing people familiar with the matter."
    3M said to be in at least $10 billion PFAS pollution settlement
    date:
    June 3, 2023
    client:
    Reuters
    summary:
    "June 2 (Reuters) - 3M Co MMM.N has struck a tentative settlement of at least $10 billion with a host of U.S. cities and towns to resolve water pollution claims tied to "forever chemicals", Bloomberg Law reported, citing people familiar with the matter."
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Wall Street Dreads Biden-Trump Rematch
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GOP Sen. Tim Scott pushes for work requirements for federal aid programs amid debt ceiling talks
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Nubian Markets arrives in Roxbury; tickets go on sale for the Boston Pizza Festival
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Dutch government to hold 3M liable for 'forever chemicals' damage
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Scenes from the [Tufts University's] School Commencement Ceremonies
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3M fired a veteran executive for inappropriate conduct weeks after promoting him to a top role
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3M Fires Longtime Executive, Citing Inappropriate Personal Conduct
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Massachusetts bakery distributors exempt from arbitrating wage claims
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On the cutting edge of creating equity at Concord Academy
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DeSantis board approves suing Disney in response to lawsuit
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Does the restaurant kitchen of the future run on electricity?
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Disney's Hong Kong service drops 'Simpsons' episode with 'forced labor' reference
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Decision to remove Ilhan Omar from Foreign Affairs Committee was overdue -editorial
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U.S. military members suing 3M seek dismissal of subsidiary's bankruptcy
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Atlanta shooting part of alarming US crackdown on environmental defenders
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EPA considers tougher regulations on livestock farm pollution
  • Image Caption: Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. Photo by Nicholas Pfosi/REUTERS
    EPA considers tougher regulations on livestock farm pollution
    date:
    January 23, 2023
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    PBS.org via Reuters
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    Image Caption: Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. Photo by Nicholas Pfosi/REUTERS
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How Companies Are Fulfilling Promises Made Following George Floyd's Murder
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Remembering Mel
  • "September 21, 1957— January 6, 2022 A year has passed since we here at the MSR lost our dear friend and colleague Mel Reeves to Covid complications. Over the course of this year, we have kept our spirits up by keeping Mel’s spirit alive as best we can, recalling his work style, insights into human nature, and his fight for justice."
    Remembering Mel
    date:
    January 6, 2023
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    Minnesota Spokesman Recorder via Reuters
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    "September 21, 1957— January 6, 2022 A year has passed since we here at the MSR lost our dear friend and colleague Mel Reeves to Covid complications. Over the course of this year, we have kept our spirits up by keeping Mel’s spirit alive as best we can, recalling his work style, insights into human nature, and his fight for justice."
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2022
  • 2022
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    December 31, 2022
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US progressives reject Republican push against Ilhan Omar
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As Bob Iger comes back to Disney, he has new challenges
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Enbridge to pay $7 million more for Line 3 oil pipeline damages
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Enbridge's Line 3 victorious in challenge to Army Corps permits
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Police detain mother of Daunte Wright after recording traffic stop
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Florida judge sharply questions 3M bankruptcy strategy
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Roe v Wade is overturned by US Supreme Court
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Brooklyn Center reaches settlement with family of Daunte Wright
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Two Years After George Floyd's Murder, Minneapolis Is Still Struggling to Redefine Policing
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Tufts returns to in-person Commencement Ceremonies for the Class of 2022
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Tufts University's Black Graduation for the Classes of 2020 and 2022
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Former Minneapolis officer pleads guilty in George Floyd case
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Tufts Marathon Team competes in the 2022 Boston Marathon
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MinnPost Picks: On police surveillance in the Twin Cities, basic income for violence prevention and Blink-182’s accent
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Disney, Warner Bros. pausing film releases in Russia over Ukraine invasion
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Current executive sports editor discusses sports culture and the Daily with former sports section heads
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Three ex-officers found guilty on federal charges in George Floyd killing
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Major Nor'easter blankets U.S. East Coast with snow, heavy winds
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Ethics complaint against Arradondo dismissed
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Two Army Veterans Awarded $110 Million in 3M Earplug Lawsuit
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Andrea Jenkins makes history as 1st openly transgender city council president
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Twin Cities journalist Mel Reeves dies of COVID-19
  • Twin Cities journalist Mel Reeves dies of COVID-19
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    MinnPost via Reuters
    summary:
    I learned that Mel Reeves, a respected reporter and activist, died of COVID today. We met and I took the portrait the MinnPost used for this story during the trial of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis.
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2021
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Energy pipeline challenges saw mixed results in 2021
  • Energy pipeline challenges saw mixed results in 2021
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    Reuters
    summary:
    Reuters publishes one of my Line 3 images for a report on the prognosis of climate activism against oil pipelines during 2021 written by Sebastien Malo.
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Jury reaches verdict in trial of ex-Minnesota officer who killed Wright
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Testimony resumes in trial of ex-officer who killed Daunte Wright
  • Testimony resumes in trial of ex-officer who killed Daunte Wright
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    For Reuters in Al Jazeera
    summary:
    Al Jazeera pulled a photo of mine from earlier this year for their follow-up coverage on the trial of Kim Potter, the former Brooklyn Center police officer who killed teen Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in Minnesota.
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Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo to retire when term ends in January
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Pelosi to act against Republican for Islamophobic remarks: Omar
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Minnesota ex-police officer who shot Daunte Wright plans to testify at trial
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Brooklyn Center officials look to reallocate $1.2 million from police budget to fund reform measures
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Michelle Wu wins historic Boston mayoral race
  • Michelle Wu wins historic Boston mayoral race
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    I had the opportunity to photograph Michelle Wu's mayoral election night victory party in Boston on November 2, 2021 for the campaign.
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Tribal nations are fighting a pipeline expansion putting livelihoods at risk. Why they say their voices were silenced.
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Tufts competes in the 2021 Boston Marathon
  • Tufts competes in the 2021 Boston Marathon
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    Tufts University
    summary:
    Since I was an undergrad at Tufts, I've photographed the Boston Marathon from the perspective of the Tufts Marathon Team, coached by the irreplaceable Don Megerle. Originally as a student journalist, and then for Tufts as a client, this year's marathon, delayed due the pandemic, happening in October, brought back a familiarity. And besides seeing the pictures on @tuftsuniversity — delightfully — the Tufts student newspaper, the Tufts Daily, at which I was the photo editor as an undergrad, published a photo of mine as well.
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Former eBay employee gets 18 months in prison for 'abominable' cyberstalking campaign
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Derek Chauvin sentenced to 22-1/2 years in murder of George Floyd
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Covering Juneteenth 2021 for Reuters
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City of Lakes Waldorf School publishes graduation pictures on their Instagram
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Enbridge oil line scores a key win as Minnesota court affirms approval
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Protesters clash with police at Enbridge pipeline construction site in Minnesota
  • Protesters clash with police at Enbridge pipeline construction site in Minnesota
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    Reuters
    summary:
    I pitched Reuters on covering the Treaty People Gathering, a multi-day act of civil disobedience and protest against the Line 3 pipeline, led by the Ojibwe people in Northern Minnesota. Thousands gathered, marching to the Mississippi headwaters to participate in an Indigenous-led prayer as a smaller group of water protectors occupied a Park Rapids pumping station Enbridge was building, chaining themselves to heavy equipment. County sheriffs eventually breached their barricades and arrested virtually everyone, including journalist Alan Weissman.
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Minneapolis Dismantled Barriers at George Floyd Square. Activists Put Up New Ones.
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America remembers George Floyd, one year after his murder
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Protest and reflection: A year after the death of George Floyd
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George Floyd’s family marches to mark first anniversary of his death
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Hundreds mourn Daunte Wright, Black man killed by Minnesota police
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Five years after the death of Prince, fans gather at his Paisley Park estate
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Minneapolis jury convicts ex-policeman Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd
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‘Today We Are Able to Breathe’: George Floyd Family Celebrates Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
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Fourth night of protests in Minnesota following death of Daunte Wright
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Doctor who performed George Floyd autopsy stands by homicide conclusion
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Reuters tweets out my photo of Philonise and Keeta Floyd leaving court
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Minneapolis residents come together after George Floyd's death
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Covering opening statements in the Derek Chauvin murder case for Reuters
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After two weeks of screening, jury picked to decide whether George Floyd's death was murder
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Floyd's family settled with the City of Minneapolis for $27 million and announced it at the Minneapolis Convention Center
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2020
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Crimped U.S. dry ice supply complicates rural U.S. vaccine release
  • Crimped U.S. dry ice supply complicates rural U.S. vaccine release
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    Reuters
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    "NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As health officials from rural areas prepare to vaccinate people scattered over thousands of miles in what could be the most complex such campaign in U.S. history, they face the additional challenge of finding enough dry ice to keep a Pfizer vaccine that must be stored at sub Arctic temperatures from spoiling." In early December I traveled to Beloit, WI for Reuters to cover a dry ice manufacturer there ramping up production for the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine.
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Judge allows Derek Chauvin to live outside of Minnesota as he awaits trial in death of George Floyd
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Judge bars 'sloppy' prosecutors from case of ex-cops charged in George Floyd's death
  • Judge bars 'sloppy' prosecutors from case of ex-cops charged in George Floyd's death
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    Reuters
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    MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - The judge in the criminal case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd’s death disqualified four local prosecutors on Friday because of “sloppy” work, while a special prosecutor said the defendants had “acted together” and should face trial together.
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George Floyd's daughter offered full scholarship to Texas Southern University
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Protests, looting erupt in Minneapolis over racially charged killing by police
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Pence Tours Mayo Clinic and Flouts Its Rule That All Visitors Wear a Mask
  • Pence Tours Mayo Clinic and Flouts Its Rule That All Visitors Wear a Mask
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    Reuters/New York Times
    summary:
    A photo a made as part of a press gaggle shadowing VP Pence maskless at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, a facility he was visiting because of its efforts fighting COVID-19 which had an explicit policy requiring masks.
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Vice President Mike Pence visits Dennis Nelson at Mayo Clinic
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Piglets aborted, chickens gassed as pandemic slams meat sector
  • Piglets aborted, chickens gassed as pandemic slams meat sector
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    Reuters
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    I photographed a hog farmer's animals in Kenyon, Minnesota for Reuters. The farmer I worked with was friendly and seemed to have a genuine connection to his animals admirably in spite of raising them for slaughter.
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Long lines and frustration as Wisconsinites brave voting amid pandemic
  • Long lines and frustration as Wisconsinites brave voting amid pandemic
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    Reuters
    summary:
    I was part of the team covering the controversial Wisconsin primary which was held despite COVID-19 concerns and all other states with primaries in April having postponed them. I worked with Daniel Acker, another photographer, who covered the eastern part of the state, whereas I covered the western part of Wisconsin, which consists of mostly small towns and villages.
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3M taps regional suppliers to meet soaring demand for masks
  • 3M taps regional suppliers to meet soaring demand for masks
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    Reuters
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    MAPLEWOOD, Minn. (Reuters) - Diversified manufacturer 3M Co (MMM.N) has avoided major supply chain disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak by sourcing materials for its protective face masks from regional suppliers instead of far-flung locations, a company official told Reuters.
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Pence visits coronavirus hot spot Washington state amid tension with governor
  • Pence visits coronavirus hot spot Washington state amid tension with governor
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    Reuters
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    CAMP MURRAY, Wash. (Reuters) - Vice President Mike Pence traveled to the state of Washington on Thursday to pledge federal support to one of the areas hardest hit by the coronavirus and defended President Donald Trump’s response amid tension with the state’s governor over science.
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2019
  • 2019
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Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for U.S. sugar beet farmers
  • Frozen harvest leaves bitter taste for U.S. sugar beet farmers
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    Reuters
    summary:
    It turns out Minnesota is the nation's top sugar beet producer - the sugar beet being a primary source for domestically produced raw sugar. The summer of 2019 was a wet one, followed by a freeze that left huge amounts of the state's sugar beet crop frozen in the ground. I pitched this story after hearing about it on MPR to look into how the farmers are faring.
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Adapted for learning English course: Bow Hunters Target Asian Carp for Sport on the Illinois River
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Special Report: New frontier in health fraud - Genetic tests of the elderly
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Bow hunters target invasive Asian carp for sport on the Illinois River
  • Bow hunters target invasive Asian carp for sport on the Illinois River
    client:
    Reuters
    summary:
    As I had recently moved to Minneapolis, I pitched a story about an invasive species of fish, the Asian carp, that were being addressed in a novel, and fun, way: aerial bowfishing. In this article, which consists of a written story, an edit of thirteen photographs, and a video, follow a day out on the Illinois River with Captain Nate Wallick and the Peoria Carp Hunters.
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'Nature: Through Her Eyes' Film Festival Squarespace website development
  • 'Nature: Through Her Eyes' Film Festival Squarespace website development
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    VII Foundation
    summary:
    While working with the VII folks on the Foundry Photojournalism Workshops project, I was contracted to develop a second site for a film festival scheduled for its first annual debut coinciding with Perpignan's famous Visa pour L'Image festival in the fall of 2019. The festival would celebrate women's contributions to the genre of nature and wildlife storytelling - a space often historically perceived as a male-dominated one.
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Foundry Photojournalism Workshops Squarespace site development
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Documentary Matters April 17 Talk
press
Attended the New York Times Portfolio Review
press
"Looking" advanced to the final judging round of WPP contest
  • "Looking" advanced to the final judging round of WPP contest
    client:
    World Press Photo Foundation
    summary:
    My project 'looking' advanced to the final round of judging in the Interactive category of the World Press Photo 2019 Digital Storytelling Competition. While it was unfortunately not selected for nomination, I am honored to have been considered, especially as the work is unfinished and the nominees, themselves, being so outstanding. 'looking' was among good company!
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Closing college enrollment gaps, one young man at a time
  • Closing college enrollment gaps, one young man at a time
    client:
    The Boston Globe
    summary:
    "Enoc Cruzado shook the hand of Sue Maggioni, the dean of business and professional studies at MassBay Community College, during a community breakfast in Framingham last fall for the 100 Males to College program.NICHOLAS PFOSI FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE"
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Interview on Grindr culture and "looking" project in Denmark's Politiken
press
2018
  • 2018
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    design
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exhibition
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The mother of all election challenges
published
Monday’s practice report: A workout before hitting the road
published
Getting Salty with a longtime Kimball Farm ice cream scooper
published
2018 Green Office Certification And Eco-Ambassador Ceremony And Reception
published
“Take Me As I Am” Exhibition
exhibition
Solve Problems and Know Your Values
published
The 20 best beaches to visit in New England
published
‘Somerville Stands Together’ officially launches with labor rally
published
Home of the Week: Big, grill-less windows make most of view in new Acorn Deck model
published
2017
  • 2017
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exhibition
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Salvation Army, United Way join forces in Framingham for meals program
published
Meet Natick’s St. Nick
published
Faith Lutheran Church celebrates 125 years in Cambridge
published
Wakefield teen bags a victory in fight against plastic waste
published
A ‘Dream’ team for New Rep’s ‘Man of La Mancha’
published
Tufts Helps Somerville Celebrate Its 175th Anniversary
published
Empty nesters spread their wings
published
Men’s Soccer Wins Conference Championship
published
PHOTOS: Day with Framingham mayoral candidate John Stefanini
published
Jumbos Head into Conference Championship Games
published
Severe crowding forces teachers to work in former closets at Winchester’s McCall Middle School
published
PHOTOS: Hundreds pay respects to Somerville officer Louis Remigio
published
State’s only Confederate memorial will be removed
published
Getting Salty with Maria DelVecchio of the North End’s Trattoria Il Panino
published
Semolina Kitchen & Bar
published
Photo Gallery: Janitors, students march to protest Tufts cuts
published
2017 Eastern Massachusetts high school football team-by-team previews
published
Slightly bigger is better when two small troupes pair up
published
‘It is a heartbreaking day, unquestionably.’
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