Liz Francis
Liz Francis was an Editorial Intern in 2015

She was a senior at NYU's Gallatin School, studying Political and Civil Dissent with a focus in Creative Writing, an editor for a student run online zine called Red Hill, and is working on her first novel.

Liz loves to read, run, do yoga, eat as much food as humanly possible, listen to music, engage in political debates over beer, and remind everyone she's from Texas as much as she can.
Recent Posts
A new standard in rigorous fitness examination resulted in twelve female police officers suing their department for what they claimed were discriminatory and sexist fitness tests.
Wasn’t New Year's, like, yesterday? Where does the time go? While the years may not actually pass any faster, our perception drastically shifts as we age, giving us the illusion that time moves faster and faster.
It’s remarkable how much you can drown out the sound of your family fighting about Bernie Sanders versus Hillary Clinton with the sound of your own chewing.
Op-Ed: It is not the cold that bothers me--it is the dark days of winter.
BTR staffers share the worst jokes they've ever heard.
In the United States, approximately 10,000 women will be diagnosed yearly and 3,700 people will die from cervical cancer.