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The Suffolk Journal

2016-2017 Staff

Hannah Arroyo

Journal Staff

Hannah Arroyo is a freshman and Broadcast Journalism major who hopes to work in sports media someday. She passionately follows New England sports and can often be found exploring new spots in Boston. She enjoys going to Fenway Pa...

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Nathan Espinal

Journal Staff

Student pursuing a double major degree who's also writing articles for a paper with integrity. Usually stress eating in the library.

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Brooke Patterson

Assistant Sports Editor

As a junior majoring in Journalism Print/Web, Brooke Patterson strives to not only bring a positive light to her stories, but also those around her. Despite the fact that her sports career has ended, Patterson remains involved with...

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Katie Dugan

Assistant Opinion Editor

Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, Katie Dugan is a senior, majoring in public relations. She lists among her many non-academic accomplishments successfully raising her pet, a beta fish named Moses and greeting the nations f...

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Skylar To

Sports Editor

Skylar To is a 22-year-old Vietnamese-American full-time college student pursuing a BSJ in print journalism at Suffolk University in her hometown. She is currently enrolled in her last semester as an undergraduate student at Suffolk...

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Patrick Holmes

Opinion Editor

An advocate for human rights, Patrick Holmes aspires to help people through writing and to create that much talked about difference in the world. Through education, he sees a world that can change for the better and unite to ...

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Alexa Gagosz


Current Editor-in-Chief of The Suffolk Journal, fighter for equality and former World News Editor. Most likely found in The Journal's office, getting lost in the Massachusetts State House or frolicking around Boston Harbor.

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