The Oakland Post

Karmo pictured here on an assignment for Model D Media, a Detroit-based media outlet.

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor

Lauren Karmo is the managing editor for The Oakland Post. She is responsible for managing production and distribution, creating and editing content and supervising the staff.

A senior, Karmo joined The Post in the 2019-2020 school year to serve as the campus editor. As campus editor, she covered a range of topics from investigative journalism to music reviews to satire, as well as managed a team of reporters. During the 2020-2021 school year, she stepped into the role of marketing director to manage social media and focus on different aspects of journalism. She is pursuing a bachelor’s in both journalism and writing and rhetoric. After college, she hopes to continue on in the journalism or advertising field.

She was introduced to journalism when she was in middle school, pioneering a newspaper club where she (poorly) reported on her school’s football and soccer games. Her love for it really began her sophomore year of high school, where she wrote for her school’s newspaper, The Talon. She soon became the sports editor there, and later transitioned into the role of editor-in-chief. During her freshman year of college, she took a break from journalism to explore different areas of study, but soon returned knowing it is a true passion of hers.

Follow her on all social media platforms @laurenkarmo or email her at [email protected].

All content by Lauren Karmo

The ideal LGBTQIA+ rom com

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor
October 26, 2020

Himbos are the superior breed of man

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor
September 30, 2020
The Recreation Center will open its doors to the public on Thursday, Sept. 24. 

Rec Center scheduled to reopen Sept. 24

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor
September 20, 2020
Kidz Bop Karen is not as bad as she is made out to be

Kids Bop Karen deserves better

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor
November 20, 2019
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