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Whit Fuller

Whit Fuller, Arts Writer

Whit Fuller is an arts writer. He is studying English and communication with an emphasis in journalism. His interests include exploring the intersectionality of creativity and human expression. He writes for the Chronicle to explore these interests and, more often, to meet the artists behind them and learn about their processes. When he isn't reading or writing, he can be found delivering long soliloquies about tea and plants and writing poetry in the space between.

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Fuller’s Fall Book Recommendations

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer
October 23, 2021
Screen Actors Guild Awards

2021 SAG Award Nominations Announced

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer
February 21, 2021

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