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Elizabeth Armstrong Moore is a freelance journalist in Portland, Ore. She covered 9/11 from Ground Zero as The Christian Science Monitor's Earl Foell intern in New York the day after her 22nd birthday, and served as a staff writer for the paper in Boston until moving to Portland in 2005. Her work has appeared in Wired magazine, the Moscow Times, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and on the covers of Portland Monthly, Willamette Week, and the Chicago Reader. Moore graduated magna-c.um-laude from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 2001, and has reported from as far a field as Kazan in Russia and Iqaluit just below the Arctic Circle. She won a Society of Professional Journalists "personalities" award for her Willamette Week profile of piano prodigy Stanley Waters.