Eve Andrews

Eve Andrews is a Grist fellow and new Seattle transplant via the mean streets of Chicago, Poughkeepsie, and Pittsburgh, respectively and in order of meanness. Follow her on Twitter.

Food

How to make latkes for Hanukkah, the most energy-efficient holiday of all

We explain how the story of Hanukkah is an analogy for a new age of energy efficiency -- and how to celebrate by frying up some seasonal vegetables!

Living

How to be a science girl in a Barbie world

In the age of affirmative action and more and more women in higher education, why are women going so underrepresented in scientific fields?

Living

More women are choosing more effective birth control — here’s why it matters

What a wacky idea -- remove barriers to birth control, and women will choose safe, effective methods of contraception!

Food

Chik-Fil-A loses dumb battle to kale enthusiast

The courts have spoken: Kale conquers all.

Business & Technology

Why I’m breaking up with Uber

Uber, I loved you, but your disregard for women's safety is bringing me down.

Living

A college isn’t green if it’s not safe for women

A student’s open letter to Vassar’s administration, which revealed an utter mishandling of her rape, caught one alumna off guard.

Climate & Energy

NASA is headed for Mars. What, is there something wrong with Earth?

One could say, if one were particularly forward-thinking in the most pessimistic way, that we might be in the market for another planet.

Food

Thanksgiving leftovers? Nah. Turkey empanadas? You bet.

Food that’s not eaten still has a climate impact, after all, and beyond that, pie in the trash in an honest-to-God crime.

Living

7 tips for averting family disaster at the holiday dinner table

For this year’s holidays and beyond, you may never have to have a political argument with a family member again.

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