What is your major and year?
Where are you from?
What positions have you held in the past at The Reveille?
Previously I've been a digital reporter, breaking news reporter and an investigative reporter
Why did you join The Reveille? Why news?
I joined The Reveille because I wanted an avenue to improve my writing skills and was looking for a way to become involved on campus. I switched over to news my first semester because I really enjoyed the process of writing a story about a topic that pertains to student's interests.
What does The Reveille mean to you?
Working at The Reveille has allowed me to meet and talk with people involved in all aspects of the LSU community, and has given me experience as a journalist that I wouldn't have gotten just from my classes. I'm grateful for the opportunity to work with and learn from more experienced journalists who have been helpful in in so many ways.
If you had one piece of advice for a new student, what would it be?
Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone in pursuit of new opportunities. I was hesitant about switching over to news my first semester from digital, but it turned out to be a great decision because I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working in the news section.
What is your favorite story you have written?
My story covering the protestors outside the Governor's Mansion
What do you hope to do after graduation?
Not entirely sure, but some type of investigative work for a major publication.
Where can you be found on social media?