Editor in Chief
Sally joined Columbia Magazine in 2015. She previously served as the editor in chief of four national magazines: Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents, Fitness, and YM. In 2009 she was inducted into the MIN Editorial and Design Hall of Fame along with Anna Wintour and Peter Bart. She holds a B.A. in English from Durham University in England and an M.A. in American Literature from Clark University.
Articles by Sally Lee
Book Review: Horse
By Geraldine Brooks ’83JRN
Cryptocurrency and the Future of Your Money
Columbia expert R.A. Farrokhnia breaks down the impact of blockchain and other financial technologies
The Best Way to Stop a Negative-Thought Spiral
Psychologist Ethan Kross ’07GSAS suggests strategies to root out negative self-talk
Review: "The Lost Pianos of Siberia"
By Sophy Roberts '97JRN
Art Under Quarantine
Nancy Cohen’s new drawings capture the desolation and hope of the current moment
How to Get That Dream Job
Reynold Levy ’73LAW gives advice on building a career that offers both professional and personal satisfaction
Meet the Expert Who Has Studied Handwashing For More Than 40 Years
Elaine Larson, a professor emerita of nursing research and epidemiology, breaks down a hygiene essential
So You Think You Can Write a Memoir?
Lilly Dancyger ’12JRN on the art of writing about yourself — and making other people care about your story
A Scholar’s Guide to the Camino Way
Olivia Pittet ’79GSAS on the joys of navigating the medieval pilgrimage route
Book Review: "Am I Dying?!"
By Christopher Kelly ’06CC, ’11PS, ’18PH and Marc Eisenberg ’91CC, ’95PS
Tim Wu on How Big Tech is Crippling Democracy
The expert who coined the term “net neutrality” calls for the breakup of big tech, big pharma, and big banks
Book Review: "Lost Children Archive"
By Valeria Luiselli '15GSAS