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The Suffolk Journal

Katie Dugan
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 first sunrise on two occasions on top of Cadillac mountain in Maine's Acadia national park. She enjoys running, especially when the race is over and while she lives to explore her adopted city of Boston, just don't ask her for directions to where anything is. Finally, Katie loves the written word and working for The Suffolk Journal and sees the upcoming administration in Washington DC as an unlimited supply of future content for her columns.

Katie Dugan, Assistant Opinion Editor

Apr 19, 2017
Misguided messages leave some wanting more (Story)
Mar 29, 2017
Another perspective: Who are you calling a snowflake? (Story)
Mar 01, 2017
Captain’s Corner: Rams take the diamond (Story)
Feb 22, 2017
Breaking down stereotypes, one man at a time (Story)
Feb 08, 2017
EPA censorship threatens environment further (Story)
Feb 08, 2017
Galentine’s Day Cards (Story)
Feb 01, 2017
Marching through time: Women combat being silenced, again (Story)
Nov 10, 2016
International students: how diverse is Suffolk? (Story)
Oct 26, 2016
Globe writer casts spotlight on journalism works (Story)
Oct 04, 2016
Making Strides to save lives: Annual walk celebrates life and brings hope (Story)
Sep 21, 2016
Required registration relies on eligible participants (Story)
Jun 15, 2016
A personal story: Addict saved by America’s game (Story)
Jun 01, 2016
A personal story: Journey program help students realize their potential (Story)
Apr 27, 2016
Suffolk creates leaders (Story)
Apr 13, 2016
Comedy: just right or too far? (Story)
Mar 02, 2016
Kesha’s story and its impact on rape culture (Story)
Sep 24, 2015
Panic! discos at Boston City Hall (Story)
Jun 07, 2015
New bar set for reporting on transgender issues (Story)
Apr 15, 2015
For many reasons, Tsarnaev should not get the death penalty (Story)
Apr 01, 2015
Starbucks’ race conversation campaign deserved better (Story)
Feb 25, 2015
The problem with ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ (Story)
Feb 04, 2015
MBTA reaction to Red Line panic was insensitive and unnecessary (Story)
Jan 27, 2015
Boston is no Olympic city (Story)
Nov 19, 2014
Residents should feel more compassion for homeless (Story)
Oct 01, 2014
Students should protest curriculum censorship (Story)
Sep 24, 2014
The Paleo Diet: what you should know (Story)
Mar 26, 2014
Vaccinations are worth the “risks” (Story)
Feb 26, 2014
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition has always objectified women (Story)
Feb 12, 2014
Maine court grants rights to transgendered students (Story)
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