You first met Audrey Boyce
back in about 2012 when she was a still a tyke playing “Kick Ice Croquet.”
has been all over town. Among many other venues, you’ve seen her laying flowers at the grave of Adelaide Crapsey
in Mt. Hope Cemetery, standing in for Goethe
in the Highland Bowl, tending to the ghost of a Civil War union soldier
in the Rockpile, at Charles Darrow’s first Monopoly board
at the Strong Museum, hanging Talker
at the North Entrance to the cemetery, and with her mother preparing to plant flags atop the leaf mound
at Cobb’s Hill.
But Audrey is not all fun and games.
A budding Talker, since August 2018, Audrey has been a staff writer for the Scott Scoop, the student newspaper of Carlmont High School in Belmont, CA. Beginning in March 2020, Audrey became in charge of editing the newspaper’s COVID-19 section. She will be a managing editor once the COVID-19 role is no longer needed (might never happen during her tenure). Along with these editor roles, Audrey continues to write for the Scot Scoop and serve on its editorial board
Today we offer her persuasive, carefully researched and well detailed discussion of the ethics of journalism in a time of crisis, published yesterday in Scott Scoop.
U.S. Navy/photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ryan M. Breeden/Health.mil/CCND
Although they are not working on the front lines of the pandemic, journalists have an equally important role in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
Note from author’s mother:
The article also just won a Best of SNO award! And, the Best Of SNO site published it on top news. Best of SNO evaluates 463 schools and publishes the best student articles.
Adding Audrey to the Cobb’s Hill Series
Monopoly at the Strong Museum. And the world’s shortest Monopoly game.
What are the rules of air hockey and what is a spin?
Audrey’s excellent adventure in Rochester
Visiting a Talker haunt: the Brickyard Trail with Leslie Frances and Audrey