Given the intrinsic nature of a four-year university, our student leaders come and go as they graduate, bound for the wider world of success. For that reason, positions are often in flux.
As of Fall 2020, our roles include:
Abbey Howard, Managing Editor
Abbey is a senior at Worcester State University pursuing a major in English with a concentration in Writing. In her free time, she loves reading and writing young adult fantasy and historical fiction, as well as bullet journaling, watching crime shows, and listening to musicals. This is Abbey’s first semester with the New Worcester Spy.
Dylan Murray, Web Editor
Dylan, 23, is currently a senior at Worcester State University studying English with a concentration in Journalism. Some of his interests are Boston sports teams, problem-solving of any kind, and Hiking around New England.
Saelly Soriano, Copy Chief
Saelly is a junior at Worcester State University. She is pursuing a major in Criminal Justice, and minors in Forensic Science, Psychology and Spanish. Saelly has been writing poetry since the 3rd grade, and has such a love for any type of art. Being creative and being yourself is what she strives for. This is Saelly’s first semester with The New Worcester Spy.
Patrick Young, Associate Editor
Patrick is a senior at Worcester State University pursuing an English degree with a minor in Education Studies. In his free time he loves to play and write about video games, watch TV and films of all types, as well as play basketball. This is Patrick’s first semester with The New Worcester Spy.
Logan Hampsey, Art Director
Logan Hampsey is a first-year student at Worcester State University. He is studying Visual & Performing Arts. He is interested in writing, music, and artwork for a long time. Logan likes to write about things based on reality, things we can all connect to, and what being human is all about!
Cleve Wiese, Faculty Adviser
Dr. Wiese is a professor in the WSU English Department who specializes in journalism. His education has taken him from Rhodes College in Memphis to New York University and finally to the University of Texas at Austin for his Ph.D.
Interested in joining us as staff or contributors? Email us at email@example.com for an invite to our weekly Zoom meetings, held on Wednesday’s at 4:30 pm.