I have been talking far too much for far too many years. I was a member of my high school's speech and debate team, winning the Georgia High School Association Boys Extemporaneous Speaking State Championship three consecutive years. I competed in eight national tournaments over a four year span and was ranked on the national circuit for most of my senior year.
I singlehandedly wrote, designed and published a weekly school newspaper in fifth grade. I have been known to write a little prose and a little poetry from time to time. I write for UConn's daily student newspaper, The Daily Campus, where I have covered everything from breaking news and crime to sports and culture. I have also maintained many issue-orientated blogs over the years.
I pride myself in the amount of time I spend looking at the stars. I believe just as there is a time for action, there is also a time for significant reflection and introspection. To that end, I frequently find myself in search of discussion, debate and deliberation on the major issues of our day. I served as editor-in-chief at a short-lived project called Jabberwockracy, which hoped to foster that discussion. I believe anything is possible with the right friends.
I've been working for a while now, huh? My résumé is available here.
If every day is not spent in pursuit of our passions, then for what are we living? Presently, I am the editor-in-chief at Softball in Storrs, a less-than-consistent blog covering UConn's softball program. Other projects appear and disappear sporadically.
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