As the arts and entertainment editor of The Baylor Lariat, I wrote articles, editorials, reviews and columns. I also assigned content to reporters and photographers, designed the arts and entertainment section and served as an editorial board member.
While a reporter in the spring of 2009, I also covered academics and general assignments.
Below are links to a few examples of my work on The Lariat. For more, check out The Lariat’s website.
Passion for the people: More than 10,500 college students spend weekend furthering Christian mission, Gospel translation
Christian conference Passion takes Fort Worth in April
Passion CD is summary of praise
Gloria Gaither to visit church music program
Artist Shawn McDonald returns to music scene
Finding purpose in so-called useless knowledge
They’re back!: Top eight Sing acts return to Waco Hall for one more weekend
Praise-worthy conference meets attendees’ expectations
Giant sale caters to book lovers
Crowder to present ‘fantastical’ conference
Addison Road, Tenth Avenue North come to Island Party
Bestselling author offers writing advice
Jackson confronts church faults through narrative, art, poetry
Listening to all that surrounds
After Dark auditions stir competition
Alumni’s music tells ‘Stories’ of hope
Environmental activists challenge Rep. Chet Edwards
Fifteenth annual Beall festival to celebrate contemporary poets
Broadway comes to fine arts center
Waco’s religious revival underway with Anne Graham Lotz visit
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