Deanna Pan

Deanna Pan is a features and enterprise reporter on the Globe’s Express Desk. Prior to joining The Boston Globe in 2019, she wrote for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C. and The Pacific Northwest Inlander in Spokane, Washington. In 2019, she was honored as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in feature writing for a series she co-authored on the unjust execution of 14-year-old George Stinney Jr., the youngest person put to death in modern U.S. history. Deanna grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati and graduated from Ohio State University, where she changed her major almost a dozen times before settling on English.

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BC suicide case puts focus on controversial issue: Intimate partner abuse by women

By , Globe Staff

Research indicates that men and women sustain and commit various forms of intimate partner abuse at comparable rates, but abuse against men by women remains misunderstood.

‘Looking for a little magic’: Millennials and Gen Z embrace witchy, New Age spiritualism

By , Globe Staff

For millennials and Gen Zers, raised on a steady diet of “Harry Potter” and a stable connection to the Internet, witchcraft and New Age practices are a source of comfort and spirituality in increasingly fraught times.

An underwhelming nor’easter largely spares Boston region

By , Globe Staff

For those in Boston and beyond who were bracing for flooded basements and nights by candlelight, the first nor’easter of the season was kind of a snore.

‘It’s the worst it’s ever been’: After police crackdown, unease grows in the South End

By , Globe Staff

The Boston police crackdown in the South End, starting in August with a string of raids in which 34 people were arrested, has divided the neighborhood.