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Charley Locke is a freelance journalist who often covers young people and older people. She regularly writes for publications including Vox, the New York Times, and the Atlantic. Recently, she wrote about grandfluencers living out old age on their own terms for the New York Times Styles section, teen survivors of school shootings who form their own support networks for the Washington Post magazine, and the often strange, sometimes useful world of summer internships for Bloomberg Businessweek. She has also worked across mediums, including by producing live stories onstage for Pop-Up Magazine, reporting for podcasts like 70 Over 70, and contributing to special projects at the New York Times Magazine.