Fielding Memories

  • This story was originally published in the Columbia Missourian, but a version of it also ran as the centerpiece in a May 2012 issue of The Kansas City Star Magazine. It won 4th place in the 2013 Hearst Journalism Awards Personality/Profile category.

Man Gone Wild

  • I wrote this story for my intermediate writing class, and it was published by Vox Magazine. It placed 8th in the 2012 Hearst Journalism Awards Personality/Profile category.

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Family, friends remember Virginia Caballero as Veterans Day approaches

‘Blues Brothers’ actor grew up in Lubbock

Blankets in the cold: As temperature drops, Lubbock’s homeless struggle to stay warm

Gay in Lubbock: Activist group rates city zero for equality, locals see it better

Traveling Vietnam exhibit comes to Tech

City Council hears recommendations for future of Citibus

Checking in on Tech chess

Hance announces he will step down as Tech chancellor

Project 573: None of the Above

  • For my senior capstone project, I joined a team of students to produce an online multimedia project documenting the state of religion in Mid-Missouri. Along with writing this story about a secular humanist minister, I also edited other students’ stories and wrote text for the landing and sub pages. My story was named the Best Story about Religion in the 2013 Missouri Press Association Awards.

The Kansas City Star

Parkville Pastor Leaves his Pulpit

The Real Batmen

Father/Daughter Singing Duo

Gay and Lesbian Archives

Saving the MU Press

All-Star Fanfest Preview

Vox Magazine

Book Review: Rules of Civility

Movie Review: Harry Potter

Shryock’s Corn Maze


  • I edited these clips during my time on the Interactive Copy Desk at the Columbia Missourian. The notes in red are my edits. All CQs are mine.

Columbia Missourian







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