Harrison Golden is a print and broadcast journalist.
Harrison got his first media job when he was still in high school, as a newsreader and board operator at WTBQ-AM in Warwick, N.Y.
In 2011, he brought his skills to WQHT (“Hot 97”), where he spent six months as a sales and production intern.
Later that year, he began work in print and web journalism. While at the New School Free Press, he wrote stories about education, politics, Hurricane Sandy and Occupy Wall Street, for which The Guardian picked up his reporting. He served numerous editorial positions for the publication, ultimately becoming a senior editor in 2013.
He has also served as a staff political writer at The Daily Agenda. As an intern at CBS News, he reported (off-air) during major national events, including the Sandy Hook shooting, the Benghazi consulate attack and the 2012 presidential election.
His freelance writings have appeared in USA Today, the Hartford Courant and the Dallas Morning News.
He is completing his B.A. in Culture and Media Studies at Eugene Lang College. He is currently working on a non-fiction book, entitled Schoolcraft.