In these tumultuous times, we need people to make their voices heard, now more than ever. Opinion articles allow people to tell their stories and advocate for causes that they believe in through a public forum. This virtual one-hour presentation/Q&A session will teach attendees how to structure an opinion article, conduct research, create a hook, use anecdotes, and pitch to print and online publications.

The Zoom link will be sent to all registrants an hour prior to the presentation.

Presenter Bios:

Yoo Jung Kim '14 is a graduating M.D. candidate at Stanford. At Dartmouth, she contributed to the opinion section of The Dartmouth and co-authored What Every Science Student Should Know, a guidebook for aspiring STEM majors. Her pieces on medicine, science, and society have appeared in The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Nature, The Mercury News, The Korea Times, The Seattle Times, and others. You can find her recent articles and cartoons on Twitter @yoojkim

Yoo Eun Kim works in education management in Los Angeles. She has written for publications including USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, Education Week, Inside Higher Ed, San Francisco Chronicle, and The Korea Times. In her spare time, she likes to read screenplays, collect souvenir shot glasses from her travels, and admire works of architecture including those of Zaha Hadid. You can find her on Instagram @yooeunwrites and Twitter @yooekim