Jacquelyn Voghel

Editor-in-Chief - The Hawks' Herald

Location icon United States of America

Jacquelyn is a senior English Literature and International Relations double major at Roger Williams University. She has worked at her student newspaper throughout her college years, having held the positions of News Manager, News Editor, and Managing Editor before becoming Editor-in-Chief. She has also completed internships with The New Britain Herald and Yale University Press.

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RWU welcomes sitting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to campus

Calling upon her decades of experience in law and advocacy, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg addressed the university's School of Law on Tuesday, Jan. 30. The "fireside chat" took place as a conversation between Ginsburg and 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Senior Judge Bruce M.

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Former NCIS special agent Mark Fallon speaks against use of torture

Mark Fallon, a former NCIS special agent and '78 RWU alumnus, worked for the U.S. government for 31 years. Now, he wants the public to know the story of "a national policy of state-sponsored torture" that emerged post-9/11. On Thursday, Feb.

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No foreseen future for Arabic, Japanese programs

Over a year after the decision to indefinitely cut Arabic and Japanese course offerings, these languages remain absent from the RWU course schedule. The decision to discontinue Arabic and Japanese offerings came about in the spring 2016 semester due to low course enrollment in each language, although Robert Eisinger, then dean of the Feinstein College of Arts and Science, expressed that the courses might return in the future.

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