Sophia McDermott-Hughes ’23 is an editor at large.
They previously served as a news editor and senior news writer.
McDermott-Hughes is a joint anthropology and Arabic major and Spanish minor.
Over the summer, they worked as a general assignment reporter at statewide digital newspaper VTDigger, focusing on issues relating to migrant workers and immigration.
In 2018 and 2019, McDermott-Hughes worked as a reporter on the Since Parkland Project, a partnership with the Trace and the Miami Herald, which chronicled the lives of the more than 1,200 children killed by gun violence in the United States in the year since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida.
Screen Shot 2023-03-15 at 7.38.54 PM.pngBy Todd Balfour | March 15, 2023
Last Fall, students in History Professor Elsa Mendoza’s Public Humanities Labs course titled “Baseball, Society and U.S. History” (FYSE 1001) reenacted the First World Series (1903) at Virtue Field House. The lab was one of many that Prof. Mendoza developed for the class.
SC3.pngBy Courtesy Photo | March 1, 2023
Screen Shot 2022-10-26 at 8.09.03 PM.pngBy Tom Nevins | October 26, 2022