Here is a video I have been working on for a while, and I’m glad to finally show it off!
This video is a project I worked on for the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service. For this video I was allowed to select a topic of my choice. You can find the Cooper Center’s work here: https://coopercenter.org/
This article originally appeared in the News Virginian on November 22, 2018. One area Hokies fan isn’t afraid to let his neighbors know where allegiance lies. In fact, Fred Mader makes sure his neighbors on Hermitage Road outside of Waynesboro are aware. Seventeen years ago he built a large sign that pays tribute to Virginia Tech, with the correct… Continue reading Fanhood on full display: Homeowner shows support for Hokies with yard sign
This article originally appeared in the News Virginian on November 16, 2018. Area comic book fans mourned the death of a legend earlier this week. “[His death] is a big loss for the whole comic book community and pop culture in general,” said Dan Cornish, an associate store manager at G2K Games in Waynesboro, of Stan Lee’s… Continue reading Like losing a ‘grandfather’: Area comic book fans reflect on Stan Lee’s death
This article originally appeard in The News Virginian on November 8, 2018. Be sure to grab a hat and handkerchief if you’re heading to the dusty town of Tumbleweed this weekend. The Crimora Players community theatre group will be performing “Trouble in Tumbleweed” by Tim Kelly this weekend at the Crimora Community Center. “Trouble in Tumbleweed,” like… Continue reading Crimora Players to serve up laughs, dinner with ‘Trouble in Tumbleweed’
This article originally appeared at The News Virginian on November 7, 2018. As part of its 2018-19 Broadway Music Series, the Wayne Theatre Alliance is performing the musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” as its latest production. “It’s not your typical sunshine musical,” Director of original programming Hank Fitzgerald said of the play. Written… Continue reading ‘Sweeney Todd’ opens tonight at Wayne Theatre
This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on March 18, 2018. Here is a collection of the total of 48 pictures that appeared in the physical copy of the article and on the website version. Longwood’s Got Talent is a talent show held in the Jarman Auditorium of Longwood University each year as the campus wide program… Continue reading Artists of all kinds showcased at annual Longwood’s Got Talent
This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 11/11/17. An archive is here. Fiction author Chang-rae Lee is already a recipient of numerous literary awards, and he can now add Longwood University’s own Dos Passos Prize for Literature to his list of accomplishments. Lee is the 36th author to receive this recognition, and it is the oldest national… Continue reading Longwood University awards the 36th annual Dos Passos Prize for Literature