Tiana-Lowe
Tiana Lowe | Biography

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  • Full Name Tiana Lowe
  • Occupation Political Journalist
  • Nationality American
Political Commentator Of 'Washington Examiner'

Tiana Lowe | Biography

Co-host of 'The Political Pregame Podcast'

Five days later, on 10 October, The New Yorker also came up with a story, claiming that Weinstein is not only a serial sexual harasser but also an alleged rapist. Following these two bombshell exposures, Lowe launched a Change.org petition on 10 October 2017, calling the USC School of Cinematic Arts to 'refuse Harvey Weinstein's blood money in exchange of its soul.' Shortly after the launch of her petition, the USC School of Cinematic Arts rejected Weinstein's fund.


Tiana Lowe is an American journalist who currently serves as a political commentator at the Washington Examiner. She is also a co-host of The Political Pregame podcast.

Who is Tiana Lowe?

Tiana Lowe is an American journalist. She began her career as a staff writer at Orange County Register in Santa Ana, California, in May 2013 and worked there for around six months. Later, she temporarily moved to Paris, France, where she worked as a deputy manager at Peacock Media from January to May 2015. She then returned to the United States and served as a digital strategy intern at Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 from May to August 2015.

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After that, she served as a news, opinion, and lifestyle writer and resident conservative columnist for the student newspaper of the University of Southern California (USC), Daily Trojan. She also served as an editor of an independent news site called The Tab at USC. Furthermore, she worked as a marketing and communication writer for the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. 

From October 2015 to December 2016, she worked as a copywriter and content marketer for Annenberg Technical Services and Operations. While at Annenberg, she covered the 2016 general presidential elections while attending both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

Lowe founded USC's undergraduate economic journal called USC Economic Review in October 2016. Since then, she has been serving the journal as a founding editor. From May to October 2017, she wrote for National Review as an editorial intern. In December 2017, she launched The Political Pregame podcast with Avery Emanuel. In October 2018, she joined the Washington Examiner as a commentary writer.

Furthermore, Lowe's work has been published in Politico and The Spectator magazines. She has also frequently appeared on Mornings With Maria on Fox Business.

Tiana Lowe on Fox Business
Tiana Lowe on Mornings with Maria on Fox Business in 2019. (Photo: Instagram)

Age and Education

Tiana Lowe's birthday falls on 10 November, which Lowe mentioned in her Twitter bio. However, she has not disclosed her birth year and age details.

She attended Sage Hill School in Newport Beach, California, from 2010 to 2014. After graduating high school, she attended the American University of Paris in Paris, France, from 2014 to 2015. Later, she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Southern California in 2018.

Harvey Weinstein's Donation

In 2016, Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein pleaded to fund a $5 million endowment for women filmmakers at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. On 5 October 2017, The New York Times broke the story that Weinstein has been involved in sexual harassment for decades featuring a series of testimonies of actresses, assistants, and media personnel. The story also alleged Weinstein of buying his victims' silence for years.

Five days later, on 10 October, The New Yorker also came up with a story, claiming that Weinstein is not only a serial sexual harasser but also an alleged rapist. Following these two bombshell exposures, Lowe launched a Change.org petition on 10 October 2017, calling the USC School of Cinematic Arts to 'refuse Harvey Weinstein's blood money in exchange of its soul.' Shortly after the launch of her petition, the USC School of Cinematic Arts rejected Weinstein's fund.

Coverage of Racist Sign

On 17 April 2017, Lowe noticed a cardboard sign that said 'No Black People Allowed' in front of a student-rented house, where USC students resided. Along with the racist words, the cardboard sign featured a drawing of the Confederate flag and #MAGA. MAGA stands for 'Make America Great Again,' then-President Donald Trump's campaign slogan. 

Lowe captured a photo of the cardboard sign and then wrote about it on The Tab, questioning whether the incident was a hate hoax. She further wrote that the cardboard sign had been hung by a black neighbor not affiliated with the USC following a disagreement with the house's residents. Through a camera placed in the area by USC, the Department of Public Safety identified and found the man who made the sign. After that, the students removed the cardboard sign.

Lowe's racist sign coverage was later featured by the Wall Street Journal in its 22 February 2018 article.

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