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Contributing Editor Ӏ Intern

Tatiana wrote content for the online website twice per week, focusing on African-American Women Issues. “Mainstream Media Phases Out Prominent African-Americans,” an article she wrote for the website, was featured on Huff Post Black Voices on March 26th, 2013.

Hofstra University’s Association of Black Journalists “Black Ink”

Vice President Ӏ Secretary

Tatiana wrote content for the online newsletter as a staff writer on a varying basis for over two years. Topics she covered included a breakdown of the conflict in Syria, “What’s Really Going on in Syria”, and an expose on Long Island resident John Amandola, “John Amandola: A Lighthouse on Long Island”, which featured a long island man who built a church from the ground up in a time period and area where religion seems to be fading away.

The Hofstra Chronicle

Feature Staff Writer Ӏ Freelancer

She reported once a month in 2012 on varying feature topics. Most notably, “Prof’s Art Earns Space at the Museum of Modern Art”, which covered Tom Klinkowstein, Hofstra University professor of graphic design and new media, lithograph of performance artist Laurie Anderson.

Amour Creole


Through Hofstra University’s Association of Black Journalists Tatiana had the opportunity to freelance for Amour Creole, a life and style magazine for Haitian Peoples. The article she wrote was, “NYC Gallery Features Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Work in Exclusive Exhibit”.

Long Island Report


Tatiana along with two other reporters, researched and wrote on New York’s Bridge infrastructure. The article was picked up by the Long Island Report.



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