A sampling of how Alexandra’s work as a writer and editor has been picked up by other sources.
new york times
“Congress is too old,” she told a reporter from the website Elite Daily. “They don’t have a stake in the game.”
His remarks were recorded on video by a writer for the website Elite Daily and posted to Twitter.
The remark came during an exchange on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” after Chuck Todd, the show’s host, asked Mr. Giuliani whether he was “the right person” to bring up former President Bill Clinton’s infidelities in this heated campaign.
In an interview recorded this week by a reporter with Elite Daily, a website focused on millennials…
Mr. Trump, he told a reporter for the website Elite Daily, had been “too reserved” in his confrontation with Mrs. Clinton.
Giuliani told Elite Daily's Alexandra Svokos: "[Trump] was too reserved, and he was too gentlemanly at the end to say what I would have said about Hillary Clinton's attack on him about not being a feminist."
In an interview with Elite Daily, he said Clinton was “too stupid to be president”:
Here's an excerpt from an interview with Elite Daily:
And from Elite Daily: “Trump Staff’s Drink of Choice Is Fireball, and Now Everything Makes Sense.”
“Juana Matias' Congressional Run Teaches Pressing Lessons About The State Of Politics — EXCLUSIVE,” by Joseph Milord, Elite Daily
But the Times -- unlike Splinter, Elite Daily, Refinery29, Ozy, and Vogue -- did not publish a stand-alone piece on the candidate.
Alexandra Svokos, most recently a senior news editor at Elite Daily, starts today as news editor at Bustle.
Hagstrom Miller told Elite Daily, citing required ultrasounds, waiting periods and doctor regulations.
Ocasio-Cortez has never before held elected office and is still paying off her student loans, she previously told Elite Daily
He frequently tacks her on as an afterthought when he lists his children
Alexandra’s video clip shown and discussed
Women candidates in 2018 are giving each other the support the political system won’t
“Honestly, what I got asked about the most throughout the interview process was the campus news sites I headed,” says Alexandra Svokos, Senior News Editor at Elite Daily.
the daily dot
Elite Daily senior news editor Alexandra Svokos pointed out that not including stories of privilege in the series was a disservice to readers, and ignored that privilege like the diarist’s exists in the first place.
“To not have someone privileged talk about how they spend would be to ignore that privilege exists,” Svokos wrote.
the daily caller
Plus, the outlets the Times mentioned were clearly clued into a trend that many other publications seemed to miss.