Award-Winning Journalist  

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New Orleanian

           College Student                           

but most importantly, I am a storyteller. 

When I was a little girl, I would sit on my grandmother's lap and watch the news. I never thought twice about broadcast news or newspapers in general beyond my household, but as I grew to be a young woman, I realized that it was so much more than a T.V. show and paper under a crawfish boil. 

As a freshman in high school at St. Martin's Episcopal School in Metairie, Louisiana, I began working on my school newspaper, the Halo. I wrote stories about sleep deprivation, sporting events, and I helped to write an editorial about the need for sex education in high schools. 

I am now pursuing a degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in journalism in college, where I can continue my passion and love for storytelling. I am minoring in Spanish and am conversationally bilingual. 

 

I am also a staff writer and photographer for Loyola University New Orleans' student media, the Maroon and by extension, I am on staff for Loyola's literary magazine, the Wolf. As a writer and photographer for both of these publications, I have written stories on a condom petition at the university, taken photos of the university's Quidditch team, and even published a cameo of New Orleans' night life through the eyes of the city's oldest bars. For more of my publications, see the tab, "News Stories." 

 

This is me. I am a... 

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