The Science Survey

Josephine Kinlan

Josephine Kinlan, Staff Reporter

Josephine Kinlan is a Copy Chief for ‘The Science Survey.' She has always enjoyed literacy surrounding current events, since grade school, and has found a specific interest in reporting current events through journalism. She finds journalism enticing because of the muckraking opportunities, a practice that garners a bad name but one that she feels is key to a transparent authority. The constant attempt to find, analyze, and share the truth drives her passion as a journalist. She believes that the maintenance of security and civility depends heavily on how people get their information. In politically tense times, journalism is all the more bustling with accusations and news stories; Josephine hopes to be a contributor to an attitude within journalism that maintains civility and human decency. She believes that photography can convey messages greater than can be entirely expressed through journalism, enhance the reliability of sources, and the feeling of connection between citizens and events. Outside of school, she plays beach volleyball, club volleyball and travel baseball. She is committed to play Division 1 beach volleyball at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. In her down time, she enjoys exercising, creating art, writing poetry and songs, baking, reading stories, observing city streets, and taking fresh walks through nature. Her favorite music genres are hip-hop and indie, but she enjoys listening to a variety of artists from different time periods. Her favorite book is ‘Female of the Species’ by Molly McGiggins, and a few of her favorite movies are 'The Blind Side,' 'I.T.', and 'Get Out.' Josephine would like to study humanities and sports psychology or nutrition in college while minoring in sustainability, and would like to lead an athletic career, followed by traveling, finally followed by a career in writing and/or teaching.

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