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My first and last byline

(05/13/20 4:00am)

I wasn’t going to write a senior column. I thought my senior slideshow would suffice, summing up the entirety of my experience as a Chronicle photographer. But while I love visual forms of expression—one of my degrees is in visual arts—I wanted to share my reflections through words as well. This is the first (and likely only) time you will see my name on the Chronicle website for a piece of writing; in four years, I haven’t written anything longer than a one-sentence photo caption. So here it is, my first and last byline.

Spring at Duke

(04/19/18 3:12am)

With colorful flowers and warmer weather, spring has finally arrived at Duke! Students are enjoying studying outdoors and exploring nature after the cold winter months. The gardens are especially popular at this time of year, with students and Durham residents alike. Though spring also brings allergies and the stress of approaching final exams, it offers a special chance to enjoy the natural environment.

Photos: Duke after dark

(01/25/18 4:37am)

Everyone loves a bright day on the quad or a photo of the chapel glowing in the sun—but one underrated aspect of Duke's campus is the view at night. The landscape takes on a new life as lights illuminate the chapel and trees. Often students wandering the campus at night are the only ones who get to appreciate the calmness, so we wanted to explore Duke's beautiful gothic architecture after dark.