The Walrus

“Piano man” — January 2015

“The moon landing was a giant leap. The next leap: staying there” — August 2015
“A Kickstarter approach to science” — August 2015
“Traffic signs with a heart” — June 2015
“Does peer review do more harm than good?” — May 2015
“As teens learn their rights, they’re defending them—and winning” — March 2015
“Education for the masses” — November 2014
“The fantastic business of the future” — October 2014

“Nerds in the wood” — April 2013

“Trailblazer: A Bay Streeter’s bid for the medical marijuana market” — April 2015

United Church Observer
“A sanctuary of their own” — March 2015
“Small print, big stakes” — January 2015
“Chris Ferguson: Global ambassador for the United Church” — November 2014

Reader’s Digest
“13 things you should know about bad habits” — April 2015
“13 things you should know about first impressions” — February 2015

Toronto Life
“Will Toronto actually adopt ranked-ballot voting?” — April 2015
“Could Toronto really ever get a second NHL team?” — March 2015
“Could the SRT really become an elevated park?” — February 2015
“Twelve visions of post-apocalyptic Toronto” — November 2014
“Would John Tory really be able to build SmartTrack?” — October 2014
“Would Olivia Chow really be able to make her transit plan reality?” — October 2014
“Would Doug Ford really be able to build all those subways?” — October 2014

Ryerson Review of Journalism
“Breaking faith: are religious newspapers reporting or preaching?” — March 2014
“Why conservative columnists can’t live up to Peter Worthington” — April 2014
“Do Rob Ford reporters have a transparency problem?” — November 2013
“I may not be an expert, but I play one in print” — April 2014
“RRJ in Review: Thirty Years of Watching the Watchdogs” — November 2013

“Hey Rosetta: Their Aim is True” — November 2014
“The Wilderness of Manitoba talk ‘Between Colours'” — September 2014
“Spencer Burton on ‘Don’t Let The World See Your Love” — September 2014
“The Wooden Sky reveal the story behind ‘Let’s Be Ready'” — August 2014