The Oak Leaf

Jennifer Do
                                                The theme is ambiguous titles, fine prints and between the lines. An impractical-practical person. A fervent, ruminating idealist, who likes to bother editors and miss deadlines. News writing, being opposites ends of the spectrum from all abstract and poetic, has been a humbling experience for Jennifer. In Fall 2017, “Women’s Magazine” won Jennifer Do a scholarship for satirical writing. The coping technique is to reminisce better days, and days that will be better.



                                                The photography team recruited Jennifer as photo editing assistant. It lives as a concept. Photography is the friend-zoned hobby. It’s good to her, there’s a nice flow in the relationship and it’d probably work out. But, Jennifer is in love with even her most horrid writing.

Jennifer Do, Staff Writer

May 03, 2018
The years under the oaks (Story)
May 01, 2018
Aiming for safety with Rep. Thompson (Story)
Apr 25, 2018
Route to recovery (Story/Media)
Apr 11, 2018
Tech panel: Women’s place in the digital race (Story)
Apr 05, 2018
Women’s pace in the digital race (Story/Media)
Mar 01, 2018
Seeking your farthest shore (Story)
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