I plan to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree with a specialization in multi-platform journalism from Bowling Green State University.
After graduating, I plan to use the skills I developed in writing and interviewing to pursue full-time Christian ministry.
I hope to either join a church or Christian non-profit organization and write for them or to write independently and create profiles of people of faith all over the world.
Regardless, my passion is to show the world the love that God showed me and so many other people who have come to know Him by sharing their incredible stories.
I am highly involved with H2O Church. I enjoy serving God as a member of that church in varying capacities, from helping greet people on Sundays to sharing the gospel with others.
I also lead an independent small group that is committed to memorizing Scripture.
I am incredibly passionate about Scripture and love meditating on it and discussing it with others.
I also take part in the BG News and am planning to write multiple articles for them this semester.
Other Facts About Me
I am a native of the Champaign-Urbana, Illinois area.
I am a proud alum of the University of Illinois Laboratory High School, and graduated as an Illinois state scholar.
I have been on the Deans List nearly every semester of my college career, and plan to graduate in December of 2021.
For my Faces of BG Project, I chose to interview Madeleine Williams.
She is a sophomore student at BGSU.
She works at the library, is involved with AIMS, and is a lifegroup leader for H2O Church in the Mac/Offenhauer/Falcon Heights lifegroup.
In this interview, I talk about her leadership roles as well as the impact of COVID on what she does.
Here is my Audio Story Project
This weekend, a group of undergraduate and recently graduate students involved with H2O Church went down to Ohio University in Athens Ohio to look at the location where H2O Bowling Green plans to plant another college ministry.
In this story, I speak to two students who are currently interested in helping plant the church in Athens, Andy Larson and Laneisha Pickens.
Here is my Slideshow Project
Bowling Green State University has put several protocols in place to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Students are required to wear masks, social distance, and more.
The following slideshow presents some of the ways the university is fighting the spread: