COLLEGE EDITORS BIOS
Beth Berselli is a senior at Stanford University, originally from Lake Oswego, OR. She is majoring in American Studies with an emphasis on English and history. As Editor in Chief of The Stanford Daily, she oversees a staff of 100, five publications a week (daily circulation, 13,500), and a budget of $1.2 million. She has reported for the Portland Oregonian, and, in Idaho, the Post-Register.
Jill Flaxman is a senior at Princeton University, majoring in English. She is Managing Editor of The Daily Princetonian, the second oldest college daily, in charge of the news department. She is originally from Berwyn, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, and hopes to find work in the publishing field after graduation.
Samantha Levine is a senior at the College of William and Mary majoring in environmental science. She is the editor-in-chief of The Flat Hat, the college's student-run newspaper. Brought up in New York, Samantha hopes to enter the field of newspaper journalism after graduation.
Francisco Toro is a 21 year old Political Science major at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. He is the Editor in Chief of The Quest. Francisco was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, and emigrated to the United States in 1988. His main academic interest is the history and politics of Latin America. His undergraduate thesis will deal with Radical Party politics in Venezuela.
Mark Wegner became editor in chief of The Daily Cardinal in May 1996. The Cardinal publishes five days a week and is the University of Wisconsin-Madison's 105-year-old student daily paper. A Wisconsin native, Wegner is a senior majoring in journalism and history. He will graduate in May 1997 to pursue a career in print journalism.
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