Every semester, a new crop of Suffolk students take their turn in front of the camera as reporters for “Suffolk in the City,” a biweekly segment airing on the New England Cable News (NECN) Morning Show. The student reporters hit the streets of Boston to probe the public for opinions on subjects ranging from celebrity news to sports to events happening around the city.

The result of a partnership between NECN and Suffolk’s Studio 73 that launched in 2011, “Suffolk in the City” provides students with invaluable on-camera and reporting experience for a major news station, as well as an enviable clip reel to show to prospective employers.

Many Suffolk students got their start on the air at Suffolk, but where are they now? We tracked down some program alumni to see whose mic they’re holding today.

Sarah Murphy, BS’11

Then: Suffolk in the City, April 5, 2011 (Link to clip)
Now: General Assignment Reporter, WWAY-TV, Ch. 3, Wilmington, N.C. (Link to clip)

Andrew Scheinthal, BS’12

Then: Suffolk in the City, December 22, 2011 (Link to clip)
Now: Weekend Anchor/Reporter, WVII-TV, Ch. 7, Bangor, Maine (Link to clip)


Breana Pitts, BS'12

Then: Suffolk in the City, January 12, 2012 (Link to clip)
Now: Reporter, Dirty Water TV (Link to clip)

Katie Sampson, BS'12

Then: Suffolk in the City, October 27, 2011 (Link to clip)
Now: Reporter/Anchor, KSNT-TV, Ch. 27, Topeka, Kan.

Karina Bolster, BS'12

Then: Suffolk in the City, July 10, 2012 (Link to clip)
Now: Reporter, WVII-TV, Ch. 7, Bangor, Maine (Link to clip)

Tiffany Chan, BS'13

Then: Suffolk in the City, December 25, 2012 (Link to clip)
Now: State House Bureau Reporter, WWLP-TV, Ch. 22, Springfield, Mass.