Bradley Hunsaker


  • In class headline

The Happiest Place On Earth Just Got Better

Fake Obituary

  • Out of class headline

Marriot Library Celebrates The Life Of Edward Abbey

  • Enterprise headline

Scientists Warn Northern Europe Could Become Uninhabitable In The Next Hundred Years


            Potomac Senior High School, Dumfries, Virginia
2006; Graduated Cum Laude with Advanced Diploma
2006; Choir Director’s Award
2004; Science Fair, 1st Place – School and Regional, Participated State
2004-2006; Future Business Leaders of America
Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge and Manassas, Virginia
2006-2007; Attended, General Education
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
2010; Currently Attending, Atmospheric Science B.S. Degree
2006 Microsoft Office Specialist Certification in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access

Research Projects
            PCAPS Field Project
2010-2011; Participated in the Persistent Cold Air Pool Study at the University of Utah
            SOLPLEX Field Project
2011-2012; Participated in the Sounding Observations of Lake-Effect Precipitation Experiment at the University of Utah

Work Experience
            Prince William County Park Authority
2003-2007; Life Guard/Pool Operator/Swim Instructor
Children’s Place
Per Diem; Sales Floor
Interwest Transfer Company Inc.
2010-Current; File Person/Transfer Agent

Boy Scouts of America
2006; Eagle Scout Award
2006; Religious, Duty to God Award
National Council on Youth Leadership
2005-2006; Youth Salute
Volunteer Work in the midlands of England and Southern Wales


My name is Bradley Hunsaker and I am an atmospheric science major here at the University of Utah.  I have been going to the U about two and a half years now which will put me somewhere in the Junior range I guess.  I transferred originally from Northern Virginia so that kinda messed with my credit system.  I was born and raised in Northern Virginia and lived there for a good 19 years never moving once.  I say Northern Virginia because I grew up about 20 miles outside of Washington D.C. in a small city not many have heard of called Woodbridge.  Honestly it is just easier to say Northern Virginia or D.C. when people ask where I am from.  I did spend two years on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the midlands of England and southern Wales.  Mostly my mission was centered around Birmingham but we were spread all across the middle of the country.

To be honest, I am not a huge news writer, I mostly took this class to expand my skills in hopes that it would help get me into a broadcasting or news field if that is where I want to go with my degree.  Mostly I want to be a researcher or better yet a storm chaser.  Either way, I thought news writing could help so I took the class.  Plus it fulfilled a technical elective so I am not complaining.  Telling them I was taking news writing classes did help a bit in getting an internship with Fox News next summer.  So yeah, that is me.  Enjoy my articles, especially the turkey leg one, I liked writing that one the best.  Although my strength seems to be in fake obituaries.  Last thing, always remember to KISMIF (Keep It Simple, Make It Fun), and you can’t go wrong in life.