Packy Jones

Writer, Editor

Location icon United States of America

I attended Nazareth College of Rochester and earned a Bachelor's degree in communications and media along with a finance minor. Originally from Skaneateles, NY, a small town near Syracuse. I also went to Brooks School, a boarding school in North Andover, MA, which is where I first discovered my writing interests. I love being able to form my own ideas and take a unique approach to tell a story. I'm also an avid hockey fan.

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Nazareth College | About Me

Insider insight and information about the academics, campus life, and student body at Nazareth College, written by current students and recent alumni.

My Life as a Flyer
03/12/2016
Nazareth Employee Series: Ms. Leah Stacy

Ms. Leah Stacy is a relatively new face on the Nazareth campus, and both current and future students are lucky enough to have a professor and community member who brings so much to the table. As a professor in the rather small communications and media program, the majority of students may not be fully aware of all she has to offer the Nazareth community.

My Life as a Flyer
02/25/2016
Blog Series: Letter to My Senior High School Self

To the 18 year old me, Time flies. We hear it all the time and it may be cliché at this point, but it does. Life comes and goes, and before you know it, college will be over and you'll be reflecting on everything you've done the past 22 years.

The Road to the Cup
04/13/2016
Eastern Conference Round One Predictions

The East brings some interesting match-ups this year, but the biggest question lies with the Washington Capitals. They've had seasons in the past when they dominated the league but couldn't play at the same level during playoffs. Personally, I hope they can keep rolling and give themselves a real shot to win it all.

Golden Gazette Online
02/08/2016
The Revenant

Just give the guy an Oscar already. He deserves it. Leonardo Dicaprio, the five time Oscar nominee with nothing to show for it, seems to have a serious chance at finally giving his acceptance speech. It's something I'm sure he's practiced many times, and after seeing The Revenant, I think he'll finally be able to put that practice to good use.

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