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Alexa Gagosz

Boston, Colchester
Political Writer and Digital Editor, The Scope
Covers:  Politics, Policy, World Affairs, Protests, Events, Boston, Governments, U.S. News
Political Reporter / @TheScopeNU Digital Editor / @NUJournalism Grad Student / Known as “Alexa from Twitter” during @BOSCityCouncil races/ Retweets≠Endorsements

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Biography

I am currently the Editor-in-Chief for the award-winning newspaper, The Suffolk Journal, Suffolk University's student newspaper.

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@alexanoelle13 — 639 followers, 14,931 tweets

At the first break, Warren has spoken by far the most words of any of the candidates at the #DemDebate. Who’s holding the floor?  https://fivethirtyeight.com/live-blog/fourth-democratic-primary-debate/?lbup=240974 
Within the first 30 minutes of the #DemDebate tonight, it seems as though @ewarren is the new line of attack for fellow candidates. Warren has surged in the polls and may receive the same treatment that @JoeBiden did in the first few debates when he was polling as No. 1.
For @BayStateBanner : Younger generations are also testifying at the H.2681 hearing. Here is Aaron, 10, who says he opposes the bill and is “very concerned for all of the Asian-American kids.” #mapoli #bospoli pic.twitter.com/T4NCY5bUps
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What was your first job as a journalist?

News Editor and Controversial columnist for my High School's newspaper, The Bacon Courier at Bacon Academy.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

No

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Zoe Barnes from House of Cards

Awards

Associated Collegiate Press Conference

2015 - Best of Show Award-- Website

The Suffolk Journal placed in the Best of Show Associated Collegiate Press Conference for Best Website in 2015 at the College Journalism Convention in Los Angeles.