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Emily Belz

Emily Belz

Emily is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously reported for the New York Daily News, The Indianapolis Star, and Philanthropy magazine. Emily resides in New York City.

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Articles by Emily Belz
Scars to heal

Scars to heal

In a country ravaged by war and epidemic, an American Ebola survivor and a Liberian pastor help residents recover from trauma
One small mission hospital in Liberia saved lives and paved the way for better healthcare in Africa
As New York ends its religious exemption for vaccines, some parents turn to homeschooling
Since Ebola hit Liberia, a team of doctors and nurses has traveled to hard-to-reach areas to provide basic healthcare

Historic Christian colleges like Nyack College are facing financial crises that are forcing big changes. Some haven’t survived
Former New York public-school student Alex Lenderman, one of the world’s top chess players, mastered the game and embraced the Christian faith in the process
Following the Jeffrey Epstein case—now on hold until next summer—in a Manhattan courtroom
A Korean pop culture wave has spread around the world, and now young Americans are swooning to the music
In a crowded, busy city with a drug problem, it’s important to notice that person slumped on the floor
A teacher becomes a K-pop journalist the old-fashioned way, and New York’s mayor issues a surprise thermostat order