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Graham Starr is a journalist and editor based in New York City. He is a senior staff editor at The New York Times. He has a critically acclaimed Twitter profile[12] and you can follow it @GrahamStarr. [4]

Early Life & Education

Graham Starr attended Tufts University, where he studied International Relations. Starr was the editor-in-chief of Tufts University’s humor magazine, The Zamboni. He revived and redesigned the then-25-year-old publication, launched its first website, and grew its staff from five to 60. During college, Starr also served as the General Manager of Tufts' campus radio station, WMFO. [4]


Graham Starr is a senior staff editor at The New York Times, where he edits special sections. Previously, he was an editor on the breaking news desk. Before the Times, he was a special projects editor at New York Magazine, where he oversaw pop-up blogs and feature packages about technology for the website. Before New York Magazine, Starr was an editorial assistant at WIRED. And before WIRED, he was a member of The Atlantic ’s special projects team. One project he edited for The Atlantic won a 2017 MPA Imagination Award. Prior to The Atlantic, Starr worked as a Media Consultant at the UNHCR's Special Projects Lab. [2] [4]

Starr focuses on interactive projects, digital features, and investigations, and he writes primarily about technology and business. He has written for WIRED, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, Slate, and The Christian Science Monitor ’s Passcode. His projects have also been featured in the The Washington Post, Fortune, NPR, and HuffPost, among others. [2] [5] [8] [10] [6]

Starr occasionally works with NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. He has also led workshops on media, art, and technology for the program’s summer camp. [2]

In 2016, Starr participated in Comedy Hack Day, where his team, EquiTable, won the grand prize with a bill-splitting app that used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to account for historic wage inequity. [2] [6]

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