Hi! My name is Noah Tesfaye and I am a high school student in Silicon Valley. I post the weekly blog post here, but also share some of the video work I do in the portfolio page, along with some of my favorite articles I’ve written that have been published. I want this place to be a pure form of expressing who I am and if you enjoy the content you see here, follow me on Twitter and don’t hesitate to email if interested in working with me. Thanks!


Noah Tesfaye is a Silicon Valley high school senior student and rising freshman at the University of Chicago. He is a first generation Ethiopian-Eritrean American citizen and journalist who focuses on writing about politics, race relations, and culture. He also writes a weekly blog reflecting upon news and topics that are relevant to his life experiences. One day, Noah wishes to become a Constitutional Law lawyer or a Constitutional Theorist/Political Theorist and hopefully argue a case in front of the Supreme Court.


The First Democratic Primary Debates — Oh How the Tides Have Turned

The first Democratic Primary Debates are now in the books. On Wednesday and Thursday this past week, the 20 candidates that qualified were sorted out randomly into two ten-person debates. In short, these two nights of policy and ideological arguments marked the true beginning of the 2020 Presidential Election. For each debate, I recorded and …


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