Andria Krewson

UNC Charlotte
Journalist and Graduate Student


Andria Krewson is a journalist in Charlotte and a student in the University of North Carolina's master of arts in technology and digital communication. She worked at The Charlotte Observer for many years. She lives in Merry Oaks, a central Charlotte neighborhood, and also writes about media coverage of the 2012 political campaigns for Columbia Journalism Review's Swing States project. Find her on Twitter at @underoak or @akrewson.


    Oct 05, 2012
    In any other time, the request might not have been so hard. But a nonprofit developer’s plea for $2.3 million in city money from federal grants to restore a historic NoDa textile mill came after a lingering economic downturn, and after the city had already put $6.7 million into the property. Why is it so hard to restore an important piece of city history? Well, it’s complicated ...
    Jun 14, 2012
    Amid a political environment attacking sustainability initiatives, a new national poll by the American Planning Association finds bipartisan support for planning, and a belief that community planners play a key role in economic recovery.
    Apr 27, 2012
    Students in Janni Sorensen’s social inequality and planning class wrapped up the semester with presentations about their work in five Charlotte communities. Their projects and a visit from national planning and organizing expert Ken Reardon drove home the value of learning as a two-way street.