Charlie graduated from Dartmouth in 2011 with a degree in Classics. His studies focused on the archaeology of Ancient Greece. As an undergraduate, he was a regular contributor to The Dartmouth Apologia and served as its second editor-in-chief. After graduation, Charlie attended the University of Tennessee College of Law, graduating in 2014 with a concentration in business transactions. He returned to his hometown of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where he works in his family’s fourth-generation scrap metal recycling business. He is a founding editor and the chairman of the board of directors for Fare Forward, a Christian review of ideas run by and for thoughtful young Christians. Charlie writes regularly for Fare Forward and Mere Orthodoxy. He advises Synesis, an undergraduate journal of Christian thought at Vanderbilt, and serves as vice chair of the Eleazar Wheelock Society.