Madeleine, or Madi, Janz is a student journalist in the joint bachelor’s/master’s journalism program at The New School in New York City.
She writes about politics and identity at the intersections of reproductive rights, arts/entertainment, and fashion. Madeleine has written and edited for I-D, Document Journal, BUST, World Wildlife and others.
She lives in New York City and enjoys film, especially when she can go to the movies. In her free time, she explores NYC parks, practices yoga, and attempts to cook complex Bon Appetit recipes. Madeleine is currently an ASME intern.
Selected Digital Clips:
Occupation, appropriation, and the Palestinian scarf at the center of it all - Document Journal
the hidden meaning behind what politicians wear - i-D
How local communities in Laos restore their essential forests - World Wildlife
Michaela Coel's "I May Destroy You" Shatters Stereotypes — And Depicts Rape As It Really Is - BUST
Gideon Adlon On Unearthing The Spooky Truths In “The Craft: Legacy”: BUST Interview
Death of Indigenous Woman Who Live-Streamed Abuse By Med Staff As She Lay Dying Reignites Fight For "No More Stolen Sisters" - BUST
Shedding The Skin Of Childhood In Season 2 Of "PEN15"
Director Ekwa Msangi And Actor Jayme Lawson Tell An Intimate Immigration Story With "Farewell Amor": BUST Interview
Sincerity Amidst The Chaos: Valerie Mahaffey And Danielle Macdonald On Playing Absurd Characters In The New Film, "French Exit" - BUST
Find all clips on my MuckRack