The Hoya has transitioned to a new editorial and publishing staff for spring 2015. The new staff, who began their terms Nov. 22, after selections on Nov. 15, 16 and 20, produced their first print issue today.

Former executive editor Mallika Sen (SFS ’16) begins a yearlong term as the 141st editor-in-chief of The Hoya, taking over from Emma Hinchliffe (COL ’15).

Carolyn Maguire (COL ’16), who served as sports editor last spring, is now executive editor.

“As a former sports editor, I did not follow the traditional executive editor trajectory. But I believe this is one of my greatest strengths. I am excited to bring my unique background to the position,” Maguire said.

Former two-term photography editor Alexander Brown (COL ’16), will serve as managing editor once he returns from abroad. In the meantime, fall 2014 managing editor Robert DePaolo (COL ’16) will serve as interim managing editor.

Former Guide Editor Jess Kelham-Hohler (COL ’17) has become The Hoya’s fourth online editor, taking the mantle from Ian Tice (COL ’16).

“One of the great things about working on The Guide was having the opportunity to develop new ideas. The Hoya’s online platform is still evolving and I’m excited to be a part of that process,” Kelham-Hohler said.

On the publishing side, former Director of Sales Brian Carden (MSB ’16) takes over for a yearlong term as General Manager, following Michal Grabias (MSB ’15).

“I look forward to maximizing The Hoya’s capabilities as a business and engaging with the campus community and beyond,” Carden said.

Chair of the Board of Directors Sheena Karkal (COL ’15) will continue to serve her yearlong term, which concludes in April.


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