Zoe Herron, Editor-in-Chief
My name is Zoe Herron, and I’m going to be the Editor-in-Chief of The Beacon Bolt for the 2017-2018 school year. I’m a senior English major and communication minor here at NCU, and I hail from north of Eugene (Olympia, Washington, to be exact).
I’m an avid reader, and although I read anything I can get my hands on, I’m partial to the classics, historical fiction, and poetry. I’m also a writer, and you can often find me scribbling my observations in the margins of class notes, napkins, or my little Moleskin journal. I love to travel, too. I’m passionate about learning as much as I can about other cultures, places, and languages. Some of my favorite places that I’ve been to include Japan, Nicaragua, and Mexico. My beverage of choice is, and always will be, coffee, in all its beautiful, God-given, and glorious forms.
Most of all, however, I’m passionate about Jesus and people. I love people because they are beautiful, diverse, and made in the imago dei, the image of God, and I love Jesus because of His immense sacrifice on the cross and His incomprehensible love for us.
So that’s me–at least, in a condensed, three-paragraph nutshell. Now I want to hear about you…what are you passionate about? What makes your heart soar?
I hope, with these questions in mind, that you will be inspired to become a part of The Beacon Bolt, too. Guest writers are always welcome—your voice matters! Don’t hesitate to contact me through this site or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can’t wait to listen to what you have to say.
Tomás Carradero, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
¡Hola Beacon Bolt Readers!
Me llamo Tomás. I am a Junior from San Jose, California. I am the Assistant Editor-in-Chief of The Bolt and I also have a side job with the athletic office taking Snapchats, photos, and editing highlight videos for the sports teams.
As for me, I am a follower of Christ before I am a son of my mom and dad, and before I am brother to my brother, who is 16. After those aspects of my life, comes soccer, which I have played since I was 4. I love it here at NCU, and it has become my home away from home. I am here at the Beacon Bolt because I love to share stories to the community of NCU that are worth reading and watching. I believe that with my and Zoe’s expertise, we will help the Beacon Bolt get more readers, viewers, and fans!
P.S. Feel free to stop me on campus anywhere to ask questions or talk about how you could be a story on The Bolt!