Lauren Ashley Fitch

Editorial Intern, Baltimore Style Magazine| Staff Writer, Campus Chronicle | Staff Writer, The Odyssey Online |

Location icon United States of America

I'm a writer and an activist. I have extensive experience in political activism and writing, as well as reporting and real newsroom experience. I'm a leader by nature and my strengths lie in my ability to effectively communicate with and encourage my peers.
My story is truly one of hard work, dedication, and a love for language and creativity that knows no bounds.

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Baltimore Style
Penguin Pose - Baltimore Style

By Lauren Fitch Striking a warrior pose at the edge of Penguin Coast is a yoga experience unlike any other, says Kate Rosenfeld of Rosie Glow Yoga, who has taken her practice to the Maryland Zoo from now through the end of September for Yoga at the Zoo.

Odyssey
12/27/2016
So You're Writing a Novel: What to Do Before You Dive In

Writing a novel is tough work, and if you're anything like me, you didn't know much about the process or the aftermath before you started. While I enjoy writing these articles every week, my true passion is fiction.

Rag Queen Periodical
07/31/2018
Margret Imagined | Rag Queen Periodical Issue 2

Margret had never been normal by any stretch of the imagination. When she was a little girl, she imagined that a bird conversed with her every night. She would talk to her parents about the bird. Some days, Margret wouldn't wake up for school...

Baltimore Style
Majer Plans - Baltimore Style

By Lauren Fitch Baltimore-based companies Majer Home Supply recently returned from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), the largest home goods and interior design conference on the East Coast. The conference is considered to be a door into the industry and was a big move for the company, according to co-owner Mario Brandhorst.

Baltimore Style
Hail, Julius! - Baltimore Style

By Lauren Fitch A little over a week after the birth of a second baby giraffe at the Maryland Zoo this year, caretakers are still keeping a cautious eye on the leggy guy. Just 20 minutes after being born, the baby giraffe left his mother, Kesi, to get up on his long, wobbly legs and walk.

Baltimore Style
Get Out: July and August - Baltimore Style

By STYLE Staff RUN FOR IT If you're asking Baltimoreans to run a race on the first of July, you'd better have a good reason. Fortunately, the Urban Children Foundation's One-Miler is a more-than-worthy cause. Supporting the Foundation's mission to increase access to extracurricular activities for all Baltimore students, the race promises to be "flat and fast," running through historic Fort McHenry.