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Sydney Kuntz

Writer, sports journalist, and bad skateboarder

Location icon United States

Hi! My name is Sydney Kuntz. I'm a freelance writer and photographer. I'm interested in using interactive media to tell diverse stories. While most of my experience is in sports writing and reporting, I'm also very interested in creating stories with positive and nuanced LGBTQ+ representation.

Although I was born and raised in a small town in Western New York, I now live in Washington, DC, where I study journalism at American University and tend to root for the Washington Capitals.

I currently write about women's ice hockey for The Ice Garden and do freelance work while I finish up my BA.

The Ice Garden
Harrison Browne's relationship with hockey is far from over

More than half a year after his second Isobel Cup championship - and his (second) retirement - Harrison Browne is still making strides in advocating for inclusion in the hockey community. He spoke to a group of students at American University in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday about his experiences as well as his future career plans.

The Ice Garden
Denmark on the rise: Q&A with national team coach Fredrik Glader

The small nation of Denmark might not be as well known for its hockey as its neighbors elsewhere in Scandinavia, but the its women's national team has big plans for expansion in the future. The Danish lions are currently preparing to head to Hungary for the IIHF World Championship Division I, Group A tournament in Budapest, Hungary, which runs April 7 - 13.

Washington residents brave the rain to vote in midterm elections

Despite the cloudy skies and frequent rain on Tuesday, residents of Precinct 10 in Washington's Northwest neighborhoods near American University traveled to Horace Mann Elementary School to cast their votes in this year's midterm elections. Broadcast television producer David Thompson, 69, always votes in the midterms. "I come out for every election...

Protesters challenge administration's effort to change policy on gender identity

About 200 protesters demonstrated in support of transgender rights in front of the White House on Oct. 22. The most frequently repeated message from the crowd, on handmade signs and during chants led by community leaders, was "We will not be erased." This protest was held in direct response to the news reported by the...

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