Arianna Endicott

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Location
Detroit, Michigan
School
Wayne State University
Expertise
Vegetarian Recipes, Comfort Foods, Baking
  • Arianna has been a vegetarian for over a decade, and loves experimenting in the kitchen — especially when it comes to cooking up comfort foods.
  • She has previously covered bakery and restaurant openings for Bakehouse46, Crumbl Cookies, and Shake Shack in her hometown of Detroit.
  • Baking is her go-to method of stress relief, and she loves sharing homemade treats with her friends and family.

Experience

Arianna is a freelance writer based in Detroit, Michigan. She found her love of journalism in high school, where she was Editor in Chief of The Generator student newspaper, as well as Assistant Editor of The Executive yearbook, which earned her a MIPA Honorable Mention Award in Feature Writing. She studied journalism at Wayne State University, where she wrote for The South End and received numerous journalism-related scholarships from the department. She interned with SEEN Magazine, where her writing was published in both the print magazine and on the publication's website. She has previously written for Blissmark, ToughJobs, and Daily Meal's sister site, Tasting Corner.

Education

Arianna received her Bachelor of Arts in print and online journalism from Wayne State University in 2020.
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