Adam Hall

Adam Randle Hall is another current writer for the Snowdrift. He is a Junior from Provo, Utah. Adam last attended UVU as a music major years ago, before discontinuing in order to pursue his artistic endeavors in creating film and song writing. After four years experience in both mediums and with local communities, he has decided to return to school at Snow to further his education. Adam began attending Snow this Fall of 2012, and is hoping to gain as many credits as he can here at Snow College. Though undecided as to his Major, due to his broad interests, he is investigating possibilities in the earth sciences, philosophy, and of course, journalism. His main focus in journalism has been his on-going interest in foreign policy, global economics, climatology, and sustainability. He has been following current events closely for years now through the press, non-fiction publications, and documentary films along with other forms of new media. Adam plays guitar and piano, and is always looking for others to collaborate with. He has acted, produced, assistant directed, consulted, and done sound for multiple films. He has a continued desire to participate with other artistic personalities, and is quite amenable to assisting with the projects of others, time permitting. Adam has enjoyed his new experience at Snow College, and finds campus and student life to be "quite the unique experience. Really, I wouldn't want to be anywhere else right now."

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