Erinn Waldo

Erinn Waldo graduated from the University of Georgia with dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Music and Journalism. She is an extensive traveler, having first traveled alone to Europe at 13, and most recently studied travel journalism in Italy. Currently she works as an editor for Nielsen Expositions, while also maintaining her musical skills in voice, piano, guitar, violin and djembe.

Wiring the World: Internet and Daily Culture

Life without internet has become inconceivable both in business matters and in daily global communication. Language has proven to adjust with the years, evolving with its speakers and allowing countries, towns and cultures to prosper and retain identities. Yet as much as language defines its people, it also divided the world, separating it by misunderstanding. By the introduction of the World... Continue Reading

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Barbecues and Black-Eyed Peas

Erinn Waldo explores the intricate and misunderstood part of food in southern American lives. Biases remain against the people because of diet and the generational link between the reputation and hospitality, creating legends around the comforting food of the southern population. It’s lining a wide plate the size of a pizza. It’s white, oily, covered with all the mozzarella cheese in... Continue Reading

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