Susan Stellin

About Susan Stellin

Susan Stellin is a reporter and an adjunct professor in the Journalism + Design department at The New School, teaching a course on ethics and the history of media. She is completing a master’s degree in public health at Columbia University and is the co-author of “Chancers,” a memoir written with her husband Graham MacIndoe about his struggle with heroin addiction, incarceration, and recovery. She has written for The New York Times, New York magazine, The Guardian, TheAtlantic.com, The Los Angeles Times, and many other publications. Susan graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in political science and received an Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship in 2014.

Investigating the Housing Crisis

By Features November 19, 2018

It is fair to say that the housing beat has not traditionally been considered a plum assignment among reporters. In fact, many media outlets do not have a team dedicated to housing issues—except for real estate reporters, who typically focus … Read more