Eliza Shapiro

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Eliza's dad [[Michael Shapiro]] teaches at the J-school, while her mom [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Chira Susan Chira] is an assistant managing editor of ''[[The New York Times]]''. Her uncle, Shakespeare scholar [[James Shapiro]], and aunt, biology professor [http://www.columbia.edu/cu/e3b/faculty/shapiro.html Jill Shapiro], also teach at Columbia. Thanks to those connections, Eliza got to have her bat mitzvah party in Lerner.<ref>http://bwog.com/2007/12/09/your-source-for-up-to-the-minute-shapiro-bar-mitzvah-coverage/</ref>
 
Eliza's dad [[Michael Shapiro]] teaches at the J-school, while her mom [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Chira Susan Chira] is an assistant managing editor of ''[[The New York Times]]''. Her uncle, Shakespeare scholar [[James Shapiro]], and aunt, biology professor [http://www.columbia.edu/cu/e3b/faculty/shapiro.html Jill Shapiro], also teach at Columbia. Thanks to those connections, Eliza got to have her bat mitzvah party in Lerner.<ref>http://bwog.com/2007/12/09/your-source-for-up-to-the-minute-shapiro-bar-mitzvah-coverage/</ref>
  
While a student at Columbia, she interned at the ''[[New York Observer]]'' and freelanced for [[Capital New York]], where she published a feature about [[Moodygate]]. After graduation, she worked for a year at The Daily Beast, until Capital (re)hired her to report on New York City politics.<ref>https://twitter.com/elizashapiro/status/385425058786574336</ref>
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While a student at Columbia, she interned at ''[[wp:The New York Observer|The New York Observer]]'' and freelanced for [[Capital New York]], where she published a feature about [[Moodygate]]. After graduation, she worked for a year at The Daily Beast, until Capital (re)hired her to report on New York City politics.<ref>https://twitter.com/elizashapiro/status/385425058786574336</ref>
  
 
{{succession|preceded=[[James Downie]]|succeeded=[[Claire Sabel]]|office=Bwog Editor|years=2010}}
 
{{succession|preceded=[[James Downie]]|succeeded=[[Claire Sabel]]|office=Bwog Editor|years=2010}}

Revision as of 05:57, 13 October 2013

Eliza Shapiro CC '12 was the editor-in-chief of Bwog for 2010. She made headlines with Operation Ivy League, and also came up with the (now-defunct) feature, Boringside Heights.

Eliza's dad Michael Shapiro teaches at the J-school, while her mom Susan Chira is an assistant managing editor of The New York Times. Her uncle, Shakespeare scholar James Shapiro, and aunt, biology professor Jill Shapiro, also teach at Columbia. Thanks to those connections, Eliza got to have her bat mitzvah party in Lerner.[1]

While a student at Columbia, she interned at The New York Observer and freelanced for Capital New York, where she published a feature about Moodygate. After graduation, she worked for a year at The Daily Beast, until Capital (re)hired her to report on New York City politics.[2]

Preceded by
James Downie
Bwog Editor 
2010
Succeeded by
Claire Sabel

References

  1. http://bwog.com/2007/12/09/your-source-for-up-to-the-minute-shapiro-bar-mitzvah-coverage/
  2. https://twitter.com/elizashapiro/status/385425058786574336

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