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Trevor Lenzmeier

Digital Editor, Page Designer - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Location icon United States

Multimedia journalist working in Pittsburgh since June 2018. At the Post-Gazette, I am a print page designer, copy editor and content creator for the P-G’s mobile app on the sports desk. B.A., Journalism (Reporting) UNC-Chapel Hill, 2018.

UNC Media Hub
Despite the ocean rise on Hatteras Island, "we're staying" - UNC Media Hub

Story by Trevor Lenzmeier Video by Hannah Lee Photos by Nicole Vandiford Graphic by Alex Gorry BUXTON, North Carolina - In North Carolina's Outer Banks, the cracked pavement of Highway 12 winds through towns lined with brightly-painted, wood-paneled oceanfront houses on stilts and ice cream shops.

Banned books, lack of librarians: What it's like to read in a NC prison :: WRAL.com

UNC-Chapel Hill clinical associate professor Cliff Missen, an advocate for prisoner education, has interacted with thousands of inmates. But he said there's nothing like being a part of an inmate's first experiences at a prison book club. "Inmates show up for a meeting with a book from the 1800's, and these people are crying," Missen said.

The Daily Tar Heel
Two very different evenings with Dawes

At the end of his band's set on Friday, Sept. 25, Taylor Goldsmith, lead singer and guitarist of North Hills, California's folk-rock band Dawes, peered through persistent rainfall into a sea of ponchos, umbrellas and rain jackets congregated at the North Carolina Museum of Art's small outdoor amphitheater in Raleigh.

ABC11 Raleigh-Durham
Study: Being tall is a positive trait for white men; For black men, not so much

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WTVD) -- While being tall is an obvious bonus for basketball players, height might just as successfully get you a raise and a job in a boardroom. Especially if you're a white man. Height, especially for men, is typically associated with confidence, competence and health.

The Daily Tar Heel
Silent Sam Cypher addresses controversy with music

Though the improvisational nature of freestyle rapping prevents any true agenda for the cypher, Katz and Rowsey hope the cypher will provide students and observers with an approachable alternative method of dialogue to discuss difficult racial issues related to Silent Sam. While Rowsey and company will lead the cypher, participation from the crowd is encouraged.

The Daily Tar Heel
A level playing field for gender and athletics

The latest iteration of this debate is currently being waged by members of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, including standouts Carli Lloyd, Hope Solo and Alex Morgan, who filed a federal complaint against U.S. Soccer citing wage discrimination in late March.

QSR magazine
Chicago's Cash-Free Pizza Joint Comes to Life

In a compact space in Chicago's growing West Loop neighborhood, Rick Tasman runs the show at Bonci Pizza. During the lunch rush in the Windy City, the BonciUSA president doesn't look like a typical executive, though-which is fair, considering that Bonci doesn't serve typical Chicago pizza.An apron on his chest, Tasman manages the Roman-style pizzeria, open since August, from the front of the house.

Coach's Corner: Player Panel (Episode 4)

In a special edition of Coach's Corner, coach Jeff Volkman steps to the side and lets captains Joe Baglio, Brendan Radatovich, and Vince Boudreau take the spotlight. From Benny Cappella's on Franklin Street, these Carolina Hockey leaders spoke with Carolina Hockey Central's Trevor Lenzmeier about the season's highs and lows as well as what it will take for the Heels to advance to the ACCHL Tournament.

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