Will Kosinski is a junior journalism major from San Francisco, California, who first became interested in journalism when he visited Moody College in high school. He started his writing career freshman year as a writer for ORANGE Magazine and as a columnist for The Daily Texan. He has since worked as a general reporter for the Texan and is now the editor-in-chief of the Texas Undergraduate Law Review.
Will is an outgoing, eager person who spends his free time playing guitar, reading, and deciding where to put the next patch on his denim jacket. He hopes to help other journalism students succeed at what he believes is the most important career of his generation. Once he graduates, Will plans to attend law school and find a career dedicated to solving social issues such as climate change, wealth inequality, and criminal justice reform.
For those interested, Will also has conversational proficiency in American Sign Language.