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  • Ended Junior Year Tired, But Still Running

    You thought the notifications would end eventually, right?

    This semester was more jam-packed than ever before— I mean, two websites? I had a decent idea of what I was getting myself into, but my expectations were exceeded as always.

    In my Magazine Editing class, we were tasked to come up with profile gallery ideas, which would be pitched to the Magazine Profile writing class. If chosen by our colleagues, the gallery would be brought to fruition. With help from Madison Lisle and Kris Hunter, our pitch was well-received and was chosen to be one of the two galleries our class would produce during the 11 weeks that followed. As a co-managing editor, I oversaw all operations that had to do with written or visual content creation. From the first drafts to the final tweaks on the website, my hand was in the pot! This project was truly a group effort, though, and the lessons concerning teamwork (as well as all of the skills packaged within that concept) will be applied to all of my future projects. Take a look at all of our hard work here!

    At the beginning of the semester, I joined the Shredded editors in their quest to create a webzine from scratch. We launched the site yesterday. The artists that have contributed thus far represent many different walks of life. Our readers are able to consume new and alternative perspectives. Shredded will release new works on a rolling basis, but for now, take a look at our initial launch content.

    Now that class is out, Shredded, my content management internship at ModernHealthcare and LUSH Armitage will consume my summer. That, and running with Mason Adams. Or getting Beaver's donuts with my sister. All in all, I'm looking forward to ignoring the fact that I'm officially and senior in college for three months.

    Thanks for reading!