Meet the Editors

Maddie Covino
Editor in Chief

Maddie Covino is the Editor in Chief of the Penmen Press. This is her third year on Press, previously she has served as the Community Relations Manager, Staff Representative and Events Coordinator for the organization. She is currently a junior with a double major in Communication and Sociology. She works a position she loves with the International Student Services office at SNHU. Maddie is also a second-year RA on campus who enjoys working with others in her community and loves meeting new people!

Nikki Fain
Editor in Chief

Nikki Fain acts as the Editor in Chief of the Penmen Press. Previously she has served as the Online Manager of the Penmen Press. This is her third year on Press, and it quickly has become one of her passions. Being able to explore her passion for writing has given her the chance to challenge herself in a position she would not find herself in. If she's not in the Press office, she's probably running around on campus, trying to catch her breath.

Ryan Barrett
Online Manager
Now Hiring
Business Manager

Email: penmenpress@snhu.edu

Austin Bonnell
Outreach Manager
Now Hiring
Events Coordinator

Email: penmenpress@snhu.edu

Jacy Bergeron
Social Media Manager
Samantha Aguilar Hernandez
Podcast Editor

Sam is Communication major with minors in Digital Media, Video Production and Marketing. She enjoys watching animated shows and writing about them for the Arts and Entertainment section of The Penmen Press. When she is not working on a new review, Sam can be found in the RadioSNHU booth conducting the first show in Spanish.

Catherine Lachance
Lead Copy Editor

Catherine Lachance is a senior at SNHU majoring in Communication and minoring in Psychology. She is in her second year as Lead Copy Editor for the Press in which she developed a passion for editing and revising. Her favorite part of the Press is meeting people and sharing their stories with the community. Catherine has also written professionally for Turley Publications in Palmer, MA and Manchester Ink Link in Manchester, NH. Over the summer, she works as a tennis coach at Longmeadow Country Club in Longmeadow, MA. When she graduates this May, she hopes to land either a journalism position or an occupation with young children.

Now Hiring
News Editor

Email: penmenpress@snhu.edu

Madyson Alexander
Sports Editor

Madyson Alexander is the Sports Editor for the Penmen Press. She is currently a sophomore with a major in Communication. When she is not watching SNHU sports games, Madyson can be found in the Wolak Learning Center as an English tutor, on the intramural basketball and soccer teams, or hanging out with friends in Kingston. 

Spencer Fennell
Opinions Editor

Spencer Fennell is the current editor of the opinionated sections within the Penmen Press. Spencer takes pride in allowing writers to put out their own thoughts on subjects happening on campus, in politics and even on their favorite TV shows or video games. He is currently a sophomore with a major in Graphic Arts and a minor in Creative Writing. Spencer very quickly fell in love with the Penmen Press and its amazing community and is very excited to introduce even more members into the family! 

Now Hiring
Lifestyle Editor

Email: penmenpress@snhu.edu

Taylor DeForrest
Layout Editor
Taylor DeForrest is a third-year student majoring in Graphic Design with a minor in Film Production. She is the Layout Editor of the Penmen Press as well as the President of SNHU Gaming Club. She is the resident horror fanatic and got her start on the Penmen Press as an A&E writer reviewing them. She enjoys all things creative and is a willing mentor to all wanting to dive into layout and design.

 

Eli Hark
Lead Videographer
Kyle Griffin
Photography Editor

Kyle Griffin is the Photography Editor for the Penmen Press. He is a junior on campus majoring in Graphic Design and Media Arts. Kyle has numerous hobbies, if you don’t find him on campus with a camera you can find him in the Last Chapter Pub performing with his band Social Ghost.

Jon Boroshok
Faculty Adviser
With 20 years of public relations, marketing communications, and journalism industry experience, Jon Boroshok is the Faculty Adviser for The Penmen Press. He teaches Public Relations, PR Writing, PR Campaign Planning, Social Media, Data-Driven Decisions, Journalism, and Public Speaking. Boroshok earned his BS in Communication from Emerson College, and an MBA in Marketing from Northeastern University.