2012 PRINT JOURNALISM
The Boston Globe
"I actually started out at another Boston college for freshman year. Some financial situations came up, and I had to transfer. Suffolk was still taking applications; it was still local, still nearby. It was great. I actually think I flourished a lot more at Suffolk."
"I was very involved in the Suffolk Journal, the student newspaper. It really drove me. I’ve always known I wanted to write, I just didn’t know what to do. At the Journal, I did reporting and editing and everything like that. It was a really good way to find out exactly what I wanted. The journalism department—and the communications department in general—were fantastic. I am a hands-on learner, so it worked well for me."
"You never know what your day is going to be like. It’s never a mundane 9-to-5 where you’re going to sit in a cubicle. One night nothing happens, the next night there could be a triple homicide that shakes the entire city."
"I really enjoy writing longer-form pieces, features, really digging deep into a subject. With the industry the way it is, you can’t really tell what’s going to happen. I don’t think print is going away, but it is evolving. I’m just excited to take the ride and see where it brings me."