Work published in media
The Stennis Center, a bipartisan legislative branch agency, features 1AC-CESSIBILITY in their Public Service review. See pages 22-23.
The Acorn interviews Alanna Cronk and Sal Ambriz about Chumash language for their podcast, Branching Out.
Journalist Makena Huey covers Chumash language reclamation on the front page of The Acorn.
GenDer justice initiative
Gender Justice Initiative shares shares details about Cronk's fellowship
The Hoya Newspaper
The Hoya features the event I organized for Native American Student Council on Indigenous People's Day.
Georgetown University Feature
The College at Georgetown University featured Cronk's advocacy on their website.
Legally Blonde & Blind Podcast
Cronk was the featured guest on episode nine of the Legally Blonde & Blind Podcast, hosted and founded by Marissa Nissley.
Cronk's Poem discussing Chumash language revitalization "Potty Training" was featured in the third issue of Antifragile Zine.
Cronk's Poem "God is a Night Owl" which contemplates the chaos of pain and theism was published in Bossier Magazine. See page 48.
Georgetown University Library Showcase
"How Purity Culture Perverts Girlhood" was published in the Georgetown University Library Showcase.
Georgetown Scientific Research Journal
Cronk completed all of the layout for the first edition of the Journal. Cronk also created the templates.