Fall 2012

Chelsea Sheasley covers state government and politics for The MetroWest Daily News. She graduated from Boston University with an M.S. in Journalism in January 2013. Chelsea’s writing has been published in The Christian Science Monitor, on ABC News.com and Boston.com. Chelsea graduated in 2010 from Principia College with a degree in history. She studied abroad in Vietnam and Cambodia and co-directed the Principia Public Affairs Conference, the oldest student-run public affairs conference in the country.

Follow Chelsea on Twitter @csheasley and view her portfolio atwww.chelseasheasley.com.


Edward Donga is a senior at Boston University where he is majoring in journalism with a minor in political science. He is currently covering state government and politics for the Patriot Ledger.He has also served as a staff writer for The Daily Free Press, Boston University’s independent student newspaper, where he covered city and campus news.

You can contact him at edonga@bu.edu or read his articles here.


Katie Doyle is a junior at Boston University, studying Journalism and English. She covers state government and politics for The Lowell Sun. She is Food Editor at Boston University’s independent student newspaper, The Daily Free Press, and continues to contribute as a writer. She also assists with The Wire, BUTV10′s morning headline news program. She is a Guest Author at About.com Skiing, and is a member of the North American Snowsports Journalists Association (NASJA). To read more about Katie, including published clips, please visithttp://katiemary.com/ and contact her at doylek@bu.edu

To read her articles, please click here.


Jim Morrison is a Boston-based writer.  He received a BS from UMass Lowell in 1991 and is now pursuing an MS in Print Journalism at Boston University.  Jim has started and run two successful businesses and his writing has appeared in dozens of websites, magazines and newspapers including The Boston Globe Magazine.  He writes to inform, provoke, and entertain readers and when he’s not doing that, he’s usually got his nose in a book or a newspaper trying to stay current on virtually all topics.

To read his articles, please click here.


Lexi Salazar is a senior journalism student at Boston University.  She covers state politics and government for the Cape Cod Times.Lexi is a staff writer for Her Campus Boston University and works on BUTV10′s news shows, The Wire News at Noon.  Her articles have also appeared in Boston University’s independent student newspaper, The Daily Free Press and The San Antonio Express-News.

Lexi Salazar can be contacted at ralexia@bu.edu. You can read her articles here.


Monique Scott is a graduate student in Business Journalism here at Boston University. She currently works as the Statehouse correspondent for the Milford Daily News.She is also a graduate of Bethune-Cookman University, where she majored in Mass Communications with a concentration in Print Journalism. She wrote for her college newspaper and interned for the American Red Cross, Florida’s Coast-to-Coast chapter in Daytona Beach Florida, where she served as a Public Relations Assistant.

You could contact her at scottnic@bu.edu and read her articles here.