Why, hello!

This page is for Kathryn Weiss’ written work while attending the University of Nevada’s Reynolds School of Journalism.

To view my full resume and social profiles, please visit this website

Click the photos to view the different pieces I have worked on between 2014 and 2016 during my time at the j-school. They are listed starting with my most recent work.

(All photos, audio and video are mine unless otherwise stated.)

Growing into Reno is an ongoing project concerning the “farm-to-fork” movement in Reno, Nevada. May 2016 (for now).


“I’m a Damn Princess. Is There Something Wrong With That?” is a research/opinion piece conducted for my Race, Gender & Media class. The piece concerns the deep negative attention that Disney princesses have received in contrast to the new wave of female role models: reality stars. December 2015.


“Raw Foods for a Vibrant Vixen” is a mini-photojournalism story about Jade Nasalroad, a raw vegan that started her own small empire in the Tahoe area with delicious, raw and healthy foods. January 2015.


“‘All Work & No Play’ Nonexistent for Reno Artist Community” is an article about the historic Riverside Hotel’s new purpose: housing local artists as live-in art studios. December 2014.


“Becoming Econic” is a profile on Eric Brooks, a young, small-town rapper with dreams to make it big by producing his own music. September 2014.


“Generating Individuality at the Generator” is an article about The Generator, a public art space that anybody can freely use, as long as the Burning Man Principles are implemented. May 2014.


“Student in the School, Coach in the Gym” is a piece about the young students immersing themselves into the crossfit culture at UNR by training to become coaches. April 2014.


New (Old) Music
“Rock ‘N’ Roll Back in Time…Today” is a business profile about Recycled Records, Reno’s favorite (and longest-running) record store. February 2014.