Content in this archive is gathered from a variety of sources, formats, and time periods, and is generally comprised of works which were published elsewhere or are too old or miscellaneous to be placed anywhere else.
Just like everything on my site, these pieces capture my ideas and opinions as a snapshot in time, and more often than not do not still represent or fully articulate my current beliefs. Despite that, I don't think anything here is particularly shameful or embarrassing, especially when placed in the context of their creation, and I am preserving them here for the sake of continuity and insight.
These pieces form a collection of works I created while at Phillips Academy. Most of them were written to be published, either in the student newspaper or on a Wordpress blog I created for these classes.
These writings comprise the published work I contributed to the Hacking Andover practicum with John Palfrey at Phillips Academy in the Spring Term of 2014, as a follow-up to Hacking: A Course in Experiments conducted in the Winter Term of that year.
These articles were originally published on my Wordpress blog as assignments for Media Studies classes in the Winter and Spring terms of 2014. The title of the blog is a reference to the poem "Snow-flakes" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
These articles were originally published on Nina Scott's Journalism class website as my final project for the class at Phillips Academy in the Autumn of 2013.
These articles were originally published in my high school newspaper, The Phillipian. All three of these were published in the Commentary section in 2011 and 2012.