Aubrey is a junior Communications major with a concentration in print journalism. This is her second year with the Dolphin and her first year as the Co-News and Features Editor. Aubrey loves working for the Dolphin because of all the awesome people she gets to meet and work with. Outside of the paper, Aubrey spends her time interning at various news outlets across Syracuse, drinking coffee in the Den, and cheering for her favorite baseball team, the Boston Red Sox.
Nikki is a junior communications major. In her first year with The Dolphin, she served as chief production editor, managing the weekly layout of the paper.
Aubree is a senior with a major in Communications (concentration in print journalism) and a minor in Political Science. This is her fourth year with the Dolphin, and after serving as News and Features editor for two years, she is now Editor-in-Chief. Aubree hopes to one day live in DC and work as a political journalist. When she’s not working on the paper, she spends her time at work, in class, volunteering, and even enjoying some occassional downtime.
Marc (’14) is a English major with a concentration in Adolescent Education and a Theater minor. This is his second year on the Dolphin staff, and first as Assistant Opinions Editor. Marc looks forward to writing many humorous articles this year. When he’s not trolling the internet, you can probably find him tutoring in the library or bettering the campus as R.H.A.’s vice-president.”
Rebecca is an English major with a concentration in adolescent/special education and a minor in medieval studies. She is also president of English Club and a member of the women’s tennis team.
Matt is a communications major with a concentration in radio/TV broadcasting. He is also a member of LCTV as well as the Sports Management Club.
This is Sara’s second year working for The Dolphin. She is a senior communications major with a concentration in public relations.
Bri is a senior Psychology major with a minor in Gender and Women’s studies. She has been a copy editor for the Dolphin for the past 3 years. Her involvement on campus includes music, a position as a Resident Advisor, and her own research project. Be sure to have your their, there, and they’re in order or she will find you.