Eleanor Brock is a recent graduate from Stanford University, where she studied social psychology with a focus on childhood cognition. Her interests include woodworking, mystery novels, eDiscovery, and the Oxford comma. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) empowers citizens to hold their government accountable. It’s been on the books since 1967, yet many don’t fully understand—or take advantage of—this remarkable law.
Eleanor Brock | 27 Sep 2018
Women on Lockdown Five years ago, Netflix debuted the hit television series, “Orange Is the New Black,” bringing the story of women serving time in federal prison to the forefront of popular culture. Now in its...
Eleanor Brock | 25 Sep 2018