The Science Survey

Oliver Whelan, Staff Reporter

Oliver Whelan is an Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Science Survey.’ He enjoys journalistic writing because of its ability to convey information on topics that would otherwise be overlooked by the public. Beyond that, finding a story that will change people’s hearts and minds is what compels him to write. He also enjoys photography, using cameras to tell stories in ways words alone cannot. Outside of school, Oliver likes to read, play soccer, and travel. In college, Oliver wants to study international relations, history, or social studies. He is interested in learning about past events and how they relate to the current world, and he hopes to pursue a career that continues to inform and better the lives of many. Oliver looks forward to pursuing journalistic and academic research in the future.

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1942 - Journalists for the New York Times work and read the newspaper. Eighty years later, journalism has changed radically and, as new technologies continue to emerge, it is almost guaranteed journalism will continue to change.

The Future of Journalism

Oliver Whelan, Staff Reporter
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The Arctic: The New Cold War?

Oliver Whelan, Staff Reporter
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