At just 27 years old, I’ve published hundreds of articles to date, including pieces for:

  • Saveur
  • Madison Magazine
  • The Capital Times
  • USA Today College
  • Ohio University’s College of Business
  • Ecolab Insider
  • Her Campus St. Olaf
  • The Manitou Messenger
  • Simpson Street Free Press
  • The Provence Post

Journalistic Clips

This section features my published work.

Madison Magazine Highlights

Six Secrets to Dining Out in Madison

Tea for Two at Matcha

Fromagination’s Picnic Pairings (with links to other Basket posts)

Note: Further Madison Magazine clips available in the September-January print editions of Madison Magazine and on their website.

USA Today College

Silent nights: 72 hours without media

Note: This piece was recognized on St. Olaf College’s homepage.

Ohio University College of Business Highlights

Students conduct research in the College’s Consumer Research Center

Meet the Professor: Dr. Colin Gabler

Press release: Ethical Leadership Case Competition

The Capital Times Highlights

The Scoop on Babcock ice cream? It’s gone organic at retro Rennie’s

Java Cat’s gelato recalls summer in Italy

Her Campus St. Olaf Highlights

‘Call Me Maybe’ the newest viral sensation

(Bri)ng on the Bass: Bieber’s ‘Boyfriend’ video pays tribute to past musicians 

Academic Clips

This section features work from my undergraduate career at St. Olaf College.

“Grad Herog” – Hero City – “Top Award”  winner in St. Olaf’s 2012 Literary Abroad Contest, this essay is a reflection of my visit to the city of Vukovar, Croatia.

τα σκυλιά της Αθήνας (The dogs of Athens) – A reflection on the streets of Athens, Greece, this entry received an “Honorable Mention” in St. Olaf’s 2011 Literary Abroad Contest.

Blogs from an analytical perspective – In this essay for my Mass Media course, I explore the role of blogs in contemporary media and the implications of their candid nature.

Celebrity values integrate into parenting styles and child development – In my final essay for my Mass Media course, I examine the relationship between society’s obsession with celebrities and subsequent parenting techniques stemming from celebrity parenting philosophies.