Meet the editor: Lauryn Bolz, editor-in-chief

Lauryn Bolz

Lauryn Bolz is the editor-in-chief (i.e. Supreme Overlord) of The Rocky Mountain Collegian for the 2020-21 school year. She is a fourth-year art history and anthropology student who got lost her freshman year and ended up finding a family in The Collegian’s basement newsroom. When she is not working on the paper with her incredible team of editors, designers and photographers, Bolz can usually be found drinking coffee at her favorite local cafes, reading a nerdy book and hanging out with her BFF Thor (the large cat who resides in her house). She hopes to spend her entire life in the realm of academia as a student or a professor in order to never enter the “real world.” 

“Hoping to bridge the gaps between anthropology, aesthetics and journalism, Bolz works to make the newsroom a more inviting and inclusive space for the student body.”

Bolz is passionate about the powers of both linguistic and visual communication, and she wants to unite her interests in these areas to improve the environment and content at The Collegian. Hoping to bridge the gaps between anthropology, aesthetics and journalism, Bolz works to make the newsroom a more inviting and inclusive space for the student body. As the EiC of The Collegian’s 129th year of existence, she invites any student with something to say to come down (virtually, for now) to the newsroom.

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Lauryn Bolz can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com or on Twitter @laurynbolz.