I obtained a degree in Theatre Arts-Journalism from Loyola University, New Orleans in May of 2015. While at Loyola I served as a staff writer, then Senior Staff Writer and later Managing Editor of the university’s newspaper The Maroon. The year I served as Managing Editor The Maroon was awarded a Pacemaker Award, which is regarded as the highest honor a university newspaper can receive. That same year the Princeton Review ranked The Maroon among the top 5 college newspapers in the country.
In addition to serving in my positions on the Editorial Board, I covered everything from Louisiana politics to New Orleans crime to structural changes of the university. Links to my articles published in The Maroon are below.
- Loyola professors organize “Silent March for 1,111”
- Over 1,000 sex crimes remain uninvestigated
- Professor remembered by students, faculty
- Off to the races again: Louisiana Senate race proceeds to December runoff
- College of Music and Fine Arts proposes new programs
- Loyola’s Secret ‘Batman’: 1504 is a secret society on Loyola’s campus that performs anonymous acts to better the community
- Gearing up for change: University Senate recommends new academic structure
- Former NOPD Superintendent returns to Loyola
- Change is brewing: Loyola replaces CC’s coffee kiosk with new Starbucks
- On Display: Studio Art and Graphic Design seniors exhibit projects in the Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery
- AIDS drama takes center stage
- Newly renovated facilities increase efficiency
- Philosphy professor recieves 2013 Dux Academicus