One Manhattan resident says they lost faith in the system after grand jury duty. Here they anonymously reveal what happened in one Manhattan court room. As reported by JessieAnne Gartlan. Orientation brought to you by the cast of Law and Order. It’s day one. I show up for jury duty at the New York State... Continue Reading →
Completed as an assignment piece to the theme of 'Turning 21 in Australia', this piece explores turning 21 as a refugee trying to build a new life for yourself without traditional support networks. https://soundcloud.com/jessie-g-11/being-21-in-australia-a-refugee-perspective
For about 7 months of 2015, before I got too sick, I was pre-recording ten minute interviews for Melbourne's 3CR Community Radio Station as a current affairs reporter, to be aired during breakfast radio. The pre-record was, unfortunately, the only way I could participate as being on form at that time of day is out... Continue Reading →
Published on Buzzfeed after too much time playing computer games!
Published on Upstart.net.au - an interview with author, journalist, and regular series host at The Wheeler Centre.
Published on Upstart.net.au - an interview with the new Greens Senator for Victoria.
Published at Upstart.net - a look at updates to the Summary Offences Act in Victoria and what it means for protesters and the democratic right to protest.
By JessieAnne Gartlan, 13th February 2013. Originally published online at digitalagejournalism.com, which has now been taken down. In case you somehow missed it, Esquire's Stephen Marche wrote a story on Megan Fox recently (read it here: http://www.esquire.com/women/megan-fox-photos-interview-0213?click=top). Its questionable writing style and oddly flowery sexism has attracted enormous amounts of criticism. In response Guy Mosel,... Continue Reading →
Originally published on gapajobmagazine.com, 2013 9 Finance tips for students who are sick of living like students 1. The 10% rule. Save 10% of everything you receive. If you want to save your money but you're not sure how much is realistic and worthwhile, then 10% is a good rule of thumb to go by.... Continue Reading →