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Caroline Bagby is a Junior at SUNY Plattsburgh from Oneonta, New York double majoring in journalism and political science. She enjoys reading, spending time with family and being outside. In the future, Caroline hopes to be a White House correspondent for the Washington Post or eventually run for a political office.
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Haley Passino is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh from Keeseville, New York majoring in multimedia journalism and minoring in public relations. Outside of school, you’ll find Haley writing and recording poetry in her car, collecting and listening to records, throwing paint on canvases and exploring all over the Adirondacks. She’s passionate about visual storytelling and her goals are to publish a book or two, launch a podcast and pursue a photojournalism career in the rock music industry.
Alex Leisenfelder is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh. She is majoring in multimedia journalism. She enjoys listening to storytelling podcasts, playing video games, and watching her favorite twitch streamers. She hopes to pursue a career as an esports journalist, or a video game journalist.
Jeremy Binning is a Junior. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He is majoring in multimedia journalism. He is studying this in hopes of being a sports reporter in the near future. Some of his hobbies are playing sports and making music. He enjoys making music a lot because he loves to write. He also writes other things like stories and skits. He is also working on his own sports podcast so joining APN seemed almost perfect for him.
Claudia Czerw is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh from Albany, New York. She is majoring in anthropology with a concentration in food and nutrition. She is a part-time farmer and enjoys cooking, reading and experimenting with new recipes in her free time. Claudia plans on spending the rest of her time in college studying human nutrition and small-scale farming in hopes of applying this research to a career path dedicated to improving access to healthy food for everyone.
Jessica Collins is a junior at SUNY Plattsburgh, double-majoring in political science and multimedia journalism. In her free time, she likes to play guitar, play with her kitties and hang out with friends. In the future, she would be interested in working in some combination of both fields or writing and producing content for a music publication.
Quinn Lee is from Plattsburgh, NY and is studying Public Relations with a minor in Food and Farming. She doesn’t have any outstanding hobbies, however she is always down for anything, eating, sleeping or shopping.
Christyn Pettway, aka “Chris,” is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh from Bronx, New York. She is majoring in journalism and minoring in gender & women’s studies. In her free time she likes to paint, sing and practice tattooing. In the future, Chris plans to own an online magazine and blog with topics surrounding pro-blackness and black culture She plans to pursue a career with her art and music andsees APN as the perfect place to jumpstart her success.
Jack Downs is faculty adviser and instructor for All Points Now. He teaches journalism at SUNY Plattsburgh and has more than 30 years experience in daily newspapers, including web production, audio and video. He enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing and kayaking. He is married and has three daughters.
Letter from the Editor:
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to All Points Now, also known as APN.
My name is Caroline Bagby and I am the Editor-In-Chief of APN this semester. This is my third semester writing for APN having been a staff writer and deputy editor in the past. Last semester we faced challenges due to COVID-19, but we as a publication and a team prevailed. Although things are still not the same, I am happy to say that APN is back on campus and ready to get going.
We have new staff members this semester who are raring to create new and exciting content that APN has not seen before. I expect that the content published this semester will be educational, exciting and fun. I am looking forward to working with the new and old members of our staff to produce new content for you!
I want to thank the readers who stuck with us through the trying times we had last semester. APN would not be possible without your continued support. I am very proud of what we accomplished and what we will continue to accomplish in the coming months. I would also like to thank the staff for continuing to produce media for APN.
I am excited for you to consume the content we have planned for the start of this semester.