Cofounder / Webmaster
Aspiring to one day run for public office, Nathaniel is studying Cybersecurity so that he can work to bridge the gap between the technical knowledge required to understand the growing issue of cyber threats and the legislative expertise needed to craft effective solutions for America. Commentator and Wix web designer on the side.
Articles Nathaniel Has Contributed To
Feb 6, 2023
Whether it’s the internet, banking, or warfare, ransomware attacks & security breaches are a significant threat to unsuspecting individuals.
June 29, 2022
"It is not SGA’s place to make a statement that diminishes alternative resources and groups such as the pro-life organizations on campus."
Jul 4, 2022
The Liberty Jacket celebrates Independence Day and our successes as a publication.
June 7, 2022
It may be the most crucial decision for an incoming Tech freshman: Choosing to live on East Campus or West Campus. Let's break them down.
September 1, 2021
Fraternities threaten to end mixers if sororities don't help carry some of the costs.
Jul 3, 2022
After several student complaints, SGA has rolled back the controversial guide. The post, with changes, remains on Instagram.
March 22, 2022
“We live in America, Thomas is allowed to make those choices. But when it comes to diminishing the life’s work of these ladies, it's unfair"
February 25, 2021
The UN fails to recognize some serious threats to humans rights around the world.
Nathaniel in the News
December 17, 2022
Alexa Schwerha interviews Conservative college students across the country who are starting conservative newspapers to challenge the dominant liberal narrative peddled on their campuses.
‘I think it’s unfair that my vote means less’: American first-time voters look back on U.S. elections
November 16, 2020
The U.S. presidential elections are well over a week behind us. For a lot of Americans, it was the first time they were able to vote. How did they follow these elections?
September 5, 2020
In this new chapter of world history where health and sanitation have been elevated to a new meaning, many have yet to realize who this has affected the most: Our Custodians.
August 25, 2022
Nathaniel spoke about the state of crime in Atlanta and what the Georgia Tech Police Department is doing about it.
November 3, 2020
Nathaniel was interviewed by Belgian Public Broadcasting as a Young American Conservative Voter.
September 3, 2020
The Georgia Tech community has risen to the challenges of Covid-19. It hasn’t always been easy, but through the uncertainty, moments of togetherness and true Georgia Tech spirit have shone through.
March 22, 2022
The Liberty Jacket spoke with Kimberly Laning, whose daughter, Erica, competed against Thomas at the championships in the 500-yard freestyle.
October 25, 2020
The time is almost here: In less than ten days, Americans will go to the polls and elect their president for the next four years. But what are the Americans really worried about?