jennifer-hoare

I'm a print journalism major finishing up at Suffolk University in Boston. I'm the special projects editor here at TNGG and opinion editor of the Suffolk Journal. I try to model my writing after the New Journalism style because I think it is the most captivating way to deliver and receive news in print. Gay Talese is my hero. Future goals: work for a great publication and make some documentaries. Twitter: @Jennorr27

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Opinion: The War on Voting Rights

New laws requiring photo identification to vote are springing up throughout the country, prohibiting people without access to IDs from participating in local, state, and federal elections.

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Sarah Palin for 2012: A Satire

A great deal of speculation has arisen in the past couple of weeks that Saint Sarah will run on the Republican ticket against President Phony, and I could not be happier.

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3 1 With Nate Swain

Artist Nate Swain uses photo technology to beautify Boston.

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3 1 With Love, the Bus

TNGG’s Jenn Orr recently sat down with the fellas from Love, the Bus. Maine natives Corey, Seth and Tyler will be video documenting their cross-country road trip in a converted school bus this summer.

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3 1 With @BostonTweet

TNGG’s Jenn Orr sat down with man around Beantown, @BostonTweet.

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Embarassing Sexual Encounters by Cosmo

The popular women’s magazine has a pretty twisted notion of how to really please a person in the bedroom. Here are five tips you should never (and I mean never) try from the pages of Cosmo.

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What the fuck is going on in Mexico?

Between Mexico’s government corruption, drug wars, poverty, and the subsequent risks to civilians, the rest of the world should be asking two questions: Where do we begin, and when does it end?

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Would you want to try out the pain ray?

American prisoners are being used in an experimental run with an invisible pain ray? And it’s happening against their will? Seems like a sci-fi movie plot, right? Only, it isn’t.

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Meet the New Maverick

She’s progressive, she’s controversial… and she’s John McCain’s daughter? Meet Meghan McCain, the young woman who has been stirring up the Republican cauldron with her media slams about the GOP, going as far as calling herself the poster child of moderate Republicans, and allowing others to say she may be the spokesperson for Gen Y.