Matthew Tikhonovsky writes essays, opinion pieces, letters-to-the-editor, and featured articles about immigration, politics, and culture. His writing has appeared in The New York Times and has included topics ranging from Beyoncé to immigration policies and Boy Scouts.

Here are some of his favorite published works:

The New York Times: A Teenager Uses The Times to Improve His English and Understand American Culture

The New York Times: Back to College in the Fall?

The New York Times: The Children of the Tiger Parents

The New York Times: SAT’s ‘Adversity Score’: The Wrong Answer?

The Huffington Post: I Am An Eagle Scout. I Would Join Girl Scouts If They Let Me.

The Huffington Post: 2017: The Year of Youth Activists

Voices of Youth: Every Young Refugee Has A Story Worth Telling

Voices of Youth: Refugees Are Still People

The Huffington Post: Matthew Tikhonovsky Writer Profile

Voices of Youth: Matthew Tikhonovsky Writer Profile

Youth Activism Project: How to Grow as an Activist (While in Quarantine)

Matthew can be hired to write essays, op-eds, and featured articles. He can be contacted here.