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Aviva Gat

State: Massachucetts

College: Boston University

Major: Journalism/Religion

Contact Information: aviva@bu.edu

I am a fun-loving, down-to-earth girl from Los Angeles who came across the country to study Journalism and Religion at Boston University. I love journalism because I am constantly learning about new things and I get to do what I love: write. After I graduate, I want to work for a daily paper, probably back in my hometown in LA. Eventually, my goal is to write a novel.

My prior experience in journalism includes editing the newspaper for my youth group during my senior year of high school—for which I won an award for having the best newspapers in the Los Angeles region—and the classes I have taken in college. During my time as the editor of my youth group paper I wrote a monthly column to inspire younger members of the youth group. I am very enthusiastic about writing, and I am very eager to gain experience by writing for the Student Operated Press.

 

Chinese Author Writes for an American Audience - Ha Jin, an immigrant from China, just published his first book that takes place in the United States.

Predicting the Future - A girl with psychic abilities can see the future through her dreams

Boston University Fights Student Apathy - Running toward the 2008 election, this conference demonstrated that apathy among the young is not as prevalent as people may think.

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