Kate Dwyer, Bustle

Kate Dwyer

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • Bustle
  • Teen Vogue
  • Nieman Lab

Past articles by Kate:

How Bette Midler Made A Michigan Starling The Most Talked About Bird On The Internet

In a very 2022 turn of events, Bette Midler's recent social media avatars—of some unassuming feathered friends—come from an unlikely source. → Read More

Author Leila Mottley on Nightcrawling, Justice, and Being “Average”

At 19, the author wrote the summer's buzziest novel, following a girl in Oakland supporting her family by being a sex worker. → Read More

Minnie Driver’s ‘Good Will Hunting’ Accolades Came With Heartbreak, She Says

For Minnie Driver, 'Good Will Hunting' spurred aggressive press attention in her late 20s, which resultingly dictated the roles she chose. → Read More

Natasha Liu Bordizzo On Success, Colorblind Casting, & Death Meditations

As actor Natasha Liu Bordizzo's career takes flight, the Chanel ambassador finds surprising ways to keep herself grounded. → Read More

How To Not Feel Lonely, According To Author Kristen Radtke

In her new book, 'Seek You,' author Kristen Radtke examines a uniquely American brand of loneliness, including how we combat its onset. → Read More

The Binders isn’t a secret anymore. Where does the giant Facebook group go from here? » Nieman Journalism Lab

"It felt like I was at Ms. Magazine working with Gloria Steinem at the beginning, like you were one of the first people with a desk." → Read More

The Fine Art Of Sending A Cold Email, According To Brooke Baldwin

In honor of her debut book, 'Huddle,' CNN's Brooke Baldwin shares some killer networking tips. → Read More

The Lost Kitchen’s Erin French Writes Of Addiction & Struggle In New Memoir

At the Maine restaurant The Lost Kitchen, Erin French treats guests to one sitting, prix fixe dinners. Her memoir charts her unlikely path to freedom. → Read More

What To Bring To College: 97 Things Every Freshman Needs on Their Packing List

If you are having trouble figuring out what to bring to college, you need to look at this list for all of the 97 essential items every freshmen needs to pack. → Read More

The Ancient History of Why We Make New Year's Resolutions

From the ancient Babylonians to today, see why we make New Year's resolutions and what the most popular ones are. → Read More

Stanford Rapist Brock Turner Is Appealing What His Lawyers Call His "Fundamentally Unfair" Trial

Find out why the Stanford rapist, Brock Turner, was just released from jail after only serving three months and what he plans to do next. → Read More

This Is How Jane Goodall Overcame Sexism in the Name of Science

Find out how Jane Goodall overcame sexism and pioneered research in her field. → Read More

There's a HUGE Education Crisis Affecting Refugee Children Fleeing Boko Haram

Syrian refugee and education advocate Muzoon Almehellan told 'Teen Vogue' about her visit to Chad, where child refugees fleeing Boko Haram face an education crisis. → Read More

We Talked to Malala Yousafzai About Her College Plans, Career Goals, and Her Activism Advice

Malala Yousafzai talked to Teen Vogue about her college major, how to make a difference in your community, and the Gulmakai Network. → Read More

How Apple Is Making It Harder for You to Get Your Broken iPhone Fixed

Apple is pushing back against a law that would make it easier for independent repair shops to fix tech products. → Read More

U.S. Soccer Is REQUIRING Players Stand During the National Anthem

After U.S. Women’s National Team player Megan Rapine kneeled during 2016 games, U.S. soccer released a new rule. → Read More

The iPhone 8 Might Cost As Much As a MacBook

A new report suggests the iPhone 8 will have a 5.8-inch OLED display, virtual buttons, and a price tag to match. → Read More

Trump Signs Action That Halts Refugees, Institutes 'Extreme Vetting' of Immigrants

Donald Trump signed executive actions taking aim at refugees, which call for "extreme vetting" of immigrants. Malala Yousafzai has responded. → Read More

Columbia University Releases Report on School’s Ties to Slavery

And looks to understand how that affects their campus today. → Read More

Heidi Solomon-Orlick, a Co-Organizer of the Women’s March, Discusses the Message of the Movement

It’s about the fact that women’s rights are human rights. → Read More