Author: Kevin

  • Georgia Public Broadcasting

    Georgia Public Broadcasting

    In the Spring of 2018, I told a few more stories through a different medium: radio. In my brief time as an intern at Georgia Public Broadcasting, I reported on stories ranging from an ex-pastor who dreamed of starting a communal brewing company to a Atlanta’s struggles with expansion as city zones changed and adjusted…

  • Texas’ Imaginary War on Voter Fraud Has Very Real Consequences

    Texas’ Imaginary War on Voter Fraud Has Very Real Consequences

    On Thursday, March 25th, Georgia republicans passed Senate Bill 202. Under the guise of protecting election integrity from another “steal,” the Bill serves as a tool to make voting more difficult for some of Georgia’s most vulnerable communities. As outcry over republican efforts to suppress voting has grown, Major League Baseball became one of the…

  • Walled In: The Life of Henry David of the Row

    Walled In: The Life of Henry David of the Row

    Henry David of The Row was having an existential crisis. The budding freshman had taken a strong interest in environmental studies and philosophy, but found his life overwhelmingly consumed by fraternity life on frat row. Henry had rushed the fall semester, and though he was at first suspicious of Tau Alpha Chi’s (ΤΑΧ) hierarchical structure,…

  • There’s One Type of People

    There’s One Type of People

    “There are two types of people in this world.” There are those that put their pants on one leg at a time. Day in and day out (or whenever pants are required) those within this select class repeat a complex dressing process, taking care to put on one leg at a time, but never both…

  • Lewis and Carroll

    Lewis and Carroll

    Charles Carroll was a many-sided boy. Full of stories, he was what his teachers called “a dreamer.” Of days, that is, but of many other things, also. He stood out. His hunger for knowledge was tangible and often prompted inquisitive adults to ask for his favorite subject. This was one of the rare questions that…

  • Wheel of For[mative Experiences]

    Wheel of For[mative Experiences]

    “It’s amazing that the amount of news that happens in the world every day always just exactly fits the newspaper.” -Jerry Seinfeld I don’t know if Jerry Seinfeld was the first to consider how fascinatingly courteous it was of the news to fit so nicely within the friendly confines of a paper’s columns. I’m skeptical,…