Browsing All posts tagged under »The Red & Black«

“Red & Dead:” Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?*

August 16, 2012


Believe it or not, a group of twenty-somethings with noble intent to preserve and provide objective news existed before “The Newsroom” premiered. I am proud to associate with a group of these twenty-somethings. And they are some of the most committed young people I know. During my last semester at the University of Georgia (spring […]

A modest proposal re: the Estes Conundrum

July 10, 2012


So I know my next post-grad post was supposed to divulge the succulent secrets of Mom’s All-You-Can-Eat International Buffet, but that’s going to have to wait. Bummer. I know. What will the world be without all the Instagram pix of teryaki sauces and dill pickles I planned? Bummer. The time shall come. For now, I […]

Married to my Macbook Pro.

September 13, 2011


This is a column I’ve wanted to write for some time. — I’ll never forget my first relationship. Young love burned so deeply in my heart during a week-and-a-half of bliss, commemorated by the “<3 i LuV cOnNoR <3” etched in comic sans across my AIM SubProfile. It was the early 2000s — the beginning of […]

A defense of print.

September 4, 2011


I’m back in the Red & Black, y’all! Below is my column that was published in the print edition, which has recently switched to a weekly publication, on Thursday. And with regard to the fact that I’m posting this on a blog–well, the joke kind of writes itself, don’t it? — If the Gray Lady […]