Tricia Bishop

Writer

Tricia Bishop, the deputy editorial page editor, was a reporter in the business and metro sections covering biotechnology, education and city and federal courts prior to joining the board.

Recent Articles

  • Trump can't stop being himself

    Trump can't stop being himself

    In the same week we learned there was yet another reason to admire Amelia Earhart as a feminist icon and were reminded of the brilliance of Maryam Mirzakhani, the only woman to win the equivalent of a Nobel Prize in mathematics, our president reduced France’s first lady to the status of a racehorse....

  • Lessons from a cowboy and recovering addict

    Lessons from a cowboy and recovering addict

    I got a handwritten letter in the mail last week from a city official complimenting a column, but also taking our opinion pages to task, noting that “observing and commenting … is far easier than blocking and tackling on the playing field.” And he’s right, of course (even if he too is “observing...

  • Dear Baltimore judge: 'Manning up' is not admitting guilt, it's avoiding the crime

    Dear Baltimore judge: 'Manning up' is not admitting guilt, it's avoiding the crime

    On Sept. 7th, Dakei Perry, then 18, ordered from a Baltimore pizza place so he and his two accomplices could attack the delivery driver. They choked her, pawed through her pockets, stole her cash and cell phone — and then ate the food. Five days later, young Mr. Perry joined in the group assault...

  • Don't leak lightly

    Don't leak lightly

    Before The Intercept even published its bombshell story Monday, proving that Russian hackers sought to interfere in the U.S. election last year, the 25-year-old woman who allegedly provided the classified information to the online news outlet was in federal custody, having been grabbed by agents...

  • Don't say we didn't warn you, Rod Rosenstein

    Don't say we didn't warn you, Rod Rosenstein

    "It was all him." — White House spokesman Sean Spicer throwing former Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein under the bus Tuesday night. Well, that didn't take long. Less than two weeks after being sworn in as the U.S. deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, who has long enjoyed bipartisan support...

  • Out of bounds: redistricting Baltimore's schools

    Out of bounds: redistricting Baltimore's schools

    I've been looking at houses in Baltimore's Roland Park school district (along with several thousand others, apparently; there was a line to get into one open house last weekend) and posted a question Sunday about a neighborhood on the outskirts of the boundary to a Facebook mom's group I belong...

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