MJ Slaby covers education at the Knoxville News Sentinel, a beat she also tackled at The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Ind.; and the Lafayette (Ind.) Journal & Courier.
She extensively reported on a sexual assault lawsuit against the University of Tennessee, uncovering calls between the UT football coach and Knoxville police chief on the day two players were accused of rape and the $3 million settlement cost for the university.
The Indiana University alumna has also covered crime, features, general assignments, health, and arts and entertainment.
“I realized that just like all these women out there, I, too, had a filing cabinet full of experiences to share,” the council member said.
Can tree pose help you stop worrying about what other people think?
But don’t worry, that’s the goal.
We turned to experts in Pittsburgh language, food and history to find out. Here’s the verdict.
With businesses from composting to coding to body positivity, Pittsburgh’s Invest in Her expands in third year
Hear the pitches from female entrepreneurs Downtown on Oct. 19.
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Pittsburghers read more than 180,000 books from June to August.
You have until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13.
Ahead of our Who’s Next bash, 28 honorees shared updates — both personal and professional.