Brittany Tedesco is an editorial and social media intern at BTRtoday. She was previously a media intern at The Velvet Lily in Philadelphia, copyeditor and contributor for Loco Mag, content writer for PopPunk World, and the founder and editor of WanderLUST Magazine.
Brittany graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in global media and a minor in music. She currently resides in New Jersey, and previously lived in Australia, where she spent her free time taking selfies with kangaroos and eating 'heaps' of Tim Tams. Her interests include writing, traveling, coffee, music, adventures, and yoga.
Every night you can look at the sky and see beautiful stars, but in cities and towns where there is too much light pollution in the sky, one can only get a small glimpse of their beauty. BTRtoday takes a look at the best places around the world to see stars.
From the ostrichcopter to the sharkjet, Dutch inventor Bart Jansen has opened the door wide to the bizarre construction of animal drones. BTRtoday investigates how the worlds of roadkill and unmanned aircraft collide.
Many older adults, as well as teenagers, have chosen to revisit an old home for various reasons, whether it be nostalgia or to take care of unfinished business. BTRtoday talks to Jerry Burger, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Santa Clara and author of “Returning Home: Reconnecting with Our Childhoods,” about his research regarding returning to an old home to help understand the motives and results of these visits.
Israel became the first country in the world to enact legislation that aims to prevent eating disorders by encouraging healthy body image through the media. Should this groundbreaking law be enforced globally?
We all love watching zombies from afar, in books, movies, and television, but we definitely wouldn’t like them if they were eating our brains. BTRtoday takes a look at the reality of the undead taking over and how we could survive the outbreak.