Below is a collection of clips from my days as a student reporter at Wheaton College. As old (and sometimes embarassing!) as these articles are, I feel that they represent some good work. I took my job as a reporter very seriously and the selections below represent a small fraction of my total articles (not all of them survived). I wrote nearly every week during my first and second years of college, before I began work as a web designer.

If you're a prospective employer, you may have received this address after requesting writing samples. I know these articles are old, but after starting on a web design career, my output dropped considerably. Writing is like riding a bike, though--I don't think I've lost much and I do keep busy writing short (part)fiction when I have the time. I often don't post this work as it's not professional in nature and I do have submissions pending. Please take a look around at other items on the site if you'd like an idea of my general non-reportorial writing style.

Wheaton Wire Articles (text)

Lecture on World Hunger by Professor Ellen Messer (November, 1992)

Academic Computing Profile (April, 1993) This an interesting snapshot of the pre-web internet on a small college campus.

Room Lottery Dispute (April 1993)

Pests Plague the Campus (May, 1993)

Election Report (September 1993)

President Clinton's Economic Plan Draws Fire From Faculty Member (February, 1994)

Profile of Student Government President (Sept. 1994)

Wheaton Wire Articles (scanned, may load slowly)

Plan Calls for One Million in Budget Cuts

Overcrowding Greets New Housing Director

Filene Center Announces Transportation Changes