Caitlin Donohue

Writer - Editor - Digital Media Specialist

United States of America

I am a motivated young professional experienced in writing, editing, multimedia content production, marketing, and social media optimization. I thrive under deadlines and in situations where I am able to work both collaboratively and independently. I've arranged this portfolio in hopes of demonstrating my adaptable voice, representing various individuals, brands, and points of view.

Boston University Brookline Beat
Brookline Residents and Employees Encourage Fellow Citizens To Vote In Midterm Elections

by Caitlin Donohue November 4, 2014 BROOKLINE, MA -- Citizens filled Brookline's Town Hall on Washington Street on Tuesday to vote for their preferred candidates in this year's midterm elections. "People are very civic-minded in Brookline," said longtime Brookline resident Bill Schechter. "There was a great turnout today.
Marc Fucarile, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor, Marries At Fenway Park

Marc Fucarile lost his right leg and suffered a severe burn on his left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing last year, but he defied the odds by walking on his wedding day. Guests arrived on duck boats Thursday as Fucarile married his childhood sweetheart, Jen Regan, at Fenway Park.
BC Wide Receiver Alex Amidon Puts Football Aside To Become Navy SEAL

Boston College wide receiver Alex Amidon has decided to set his football dreams aside after graduation in order to become a Navy SEAL. Amidon's military aspirations were revealed at the 2014 BC recruiting dinner on Wednesday, according to BC Interruption.
Bobsledder Lauryn Williams Becomes First U.S. Woman To Medal In Both Olympics

Lauryn Williams became the first American woman to win a medal in both the Summer and Winter Olympics when she took silver in the women's bobsledding competition Wednesday in Sochi. Williams claimed her first Olympic medal in the summer games in 2004, winning silver in the 100-meter dash in Athens.
Special Needs Student Drains Four 3-Pointers On Senior Night (Video)

Bensalem High School senior Kevin Grow of Bensalem, Pa., has managed the Fighting Owls basketball team for four years, but his dream came true over the weekend when head coach John Mullin gave him some playing time. Grow has Down syndrome, and he is seen by the Fighting Owls as a source of positivity.
Sochi Winter Olympics To Feature 46 New England Athletes

The 2014 Winter Olympics, which begin on Feb. 7 in Sochi, Russia, will showcase the skills of over 2,500 skaters, skiers, snowboarders, sledders and other world-class athletes. Forty-four of them, at one time or another, have called New England home. Zdeno Chara, 36. Ice hockey.

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The Top 3 Reasons Why the Boston Red Sox Went from Worst to First

by Caitlin Donohue 11/18/13 The Boston Red Sox endured 93 losses in 2012, putting the team in last place of the American League East Division and discouraging Red Sox Nation. One year later, they are World Series Champions. The 2013 Red Sox are unrecognizable from their devastating 2012 season.