Redesign
During the Spring 2019 semester, I worked to redesign the entire magazine. Notably, I integrated both a 12-column and baseline grid to unify and organize the publication while allowing for more flexibility, more modern typography to increase legibility and visual interest, an updated color palette, and more whitespace to allow the articles and illustrations to breathe. To present the new format, I redesigned one issue cover-to-cover: some comparisons are shown below.
Cover of the magazine.
Table of contents.
Page 3.
Editorials page.
Opinion piece.
Gallery exhibit review from the Leisure section.
Feature Spreads

Feature article on the D.C. Divas, a women's football team based in the Washington D.C. area.

Feature article about the first revocation of an honorary degree at Georgetown University. Georgetown revoked the honorary doctorate of Theodore McCarrick, a former Catholic cardinal accused of sexual assault, but did so only after he was defrocked. The delayed decision and negligence regarding honorary degrees still held by others accused of assault brought more frustration than satisfaction among the student body.

Two-page poster done as the part of the annual Basketball Preview issue. Left, the poster seen as it would hang. Right, the poster as it appeared in print, as the middle two pages of the magazine so that readers could remove it and hang it up.

Feature news article about the student government passing a student referendum to pay a semesterly fee to benefit the descendants of the 272 enslaved people that Maryland Jesuits sold to keep the university financially stable.

Feature article on the Washington D.C. drag scene.

Feature article on three Georgetown Women's Soccer players who also play on the U.S. National Team.

Feature article about Georgetown students elected to the Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

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