Andria Krewson

UNC Charlotte
Journalist and Graduate Student

Biography

Andria Krewson is a journalist in Charlotte and a student in the University of North Carolina's master of arts in technology and digital communication. She worked at The Charlotte Observer for many years. She lives in Merry Oaks, a central Charlotte neighborhood, and also writes about media coverage of the 2012 political campaigns for Columbia Journalism Review's Swing States project. Find her on Twitter at @underoak or @akrewson.

Articles

  • plancharlotte.org
    Oct 05, 2012
    In any other time, the request might not have been so hard. But a nonprofit developer’s plea for $2.3 million in city money from federal grants to restore a historic NoDa textile mill came after a lingering economic downturn, and after the city had already put $6.7 million into the property. Why is it so hard to restore an important piece of city history? Well, it’s complicated ...
  • plancharlotte.org
    Jun 14, 2012
    Amid a political environment attacking sustainability initiatives, a new national poll by the American Planning Association finds bipartisan support for planning, and a belief that community planners play a key role in economic recovery.
  • plancharlotte.org
    Apr 27, 2012
    Students in Janni Sorensen’s social inequality and planning class wrapped up the semester with presentations about their work in five Charlotte communities. Their projects and a visit from national planning and organizing expert Ken Reardon drove home the value of learning as a two-way street.