Rachel Bunn is originally from Ellijay, Ga., and graduated from the University of Georgia with degrees in magazines and history. While at UGA, she wrote for the student magazine UGAzine, served as news editor for the student newspaper, The Red & Black, and spent a semester studying British history at Oxford University in Oxford, England.

She has previously worked at The Rockdale Citizen in Conyers, Ga., and The Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press in Arlington, Va.

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