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Sophia Maltese
Meet Sophia Maltese, our Managing Editor! She is a double major in English and digital media communications. After graduating, she hopes to be employed as an editor and specialize in publishing works of fiction. She loves digging into stories and chasing people around for quotes. You can typically find her anywhere there is coffee or music. Sophia is also involved in SPJ, the Honors Program, the English Club, and Writers in Residence. 

You can contact Sophia at [email protected]

Sophia Maltese, Managing Editor

Feb 27, 2020
Students claim revised UH noise ordinance targets JCU (Story)
Feb 13, 2020
TV News Reporter Hollie Strano visits JCU (Story)
Feb 13, 2020
Sports Don’t Matter (Story)
Jan 30, 2020
An Unusually Personal Column (Story)
Jan 23, 2020
Vote Female or Vote For Real (Story)
Dec 12, 2019
The Current Democratic Candidates Won’t Beat Trump (Story)
Nov 21, 2019
Too Many People Are In College (Story)
Nov 21, 2019
Tobolewski replaces Bishop after he resigns as Student Gov. president (Story)
Oct 17, 2019
Academic departments sponsor new drag show after cancellation (Story)
Oct 17, 2019
Immerse Yourself? …In What? (Story)
Oct 10, 2019
The Church, Censorship and Why Things Should Change (Story)
Oct 03, 2019
No Rapport for Reporters (Story)
Sep 12, 2019
John Carroll community in uproar over cancelled drag show (Story)
Apr 14, 2019
Johnson responds to faculty outcry regarding academic prioritization (Story)
Mar 27, 2019
Administration does not renew Dean Farrar’s 4-year contract (Story)
Mar 27, 2019
Faculty claim exclusion in academic prioritization process (Story)
Mar 22, 2019
President Johnson focuses on inclusion and academic prioritization (Story)
Feb 13, 2019
Column: Swipe right on this: Our parents’ take on relationships (Story)
Feb 07, 2019
Column: Where is God in the multiverse? (Story)
Jan 31, 2019
We need meaning, not food – Paul Chappell talks peace with JCU (Story)
Jan 31, 2019
JCU faculty spotlight: visiting professor William Weaver (Story)
Jan 24, 2019
Column: School choice: a catalyst for religious freedom and social justice (Story)
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