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Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor 2016-17

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor 2016-17, Perspectives Editor

Senior Adriana Guidi is a Perspectives Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com. This is her second year on staff and third year taking journalism. Guidi was an Entertainment Editor last year and is excited to be on staff again this year. Outside of The Patriot, Guidi can be found shopping until she drops, playing outside with her two dogs Toby and Jeter, singing something from “Rent” or “Chicago,” and being a co-editor in chief of Vouge with her colleague Elizabeth Harmison. Adriana Guidi can be reached for comments at [email protected].

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Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
January 20, 2017
Winants Hall was built in 1890 and was originally the first dorm on campus. Today, the building now serves as the home for several university offices such as Alumni Relations, Office Secretary of the University, and VP of Public Affairs.

College reviews: Rutgers University

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
January 18, 2017
Racing down the field on a fast break, junior striker Marisa DiFonso drives towards the goal against Notre Dame Preparatory School on Oct. 4. The varsity womens soccer team finished 3-11 overall, but made it to the semifinals during playoffs, losing to Archbishop Spalding, 2-0 on Nov. 3.

Women’s Soccer

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
December 5, 2016
The Patriot staff of 2015-16 poses for a photo during their annual staff dinner at Bertuccis. The Patriot recently received a Crown Award for last years online and print paper from the CSPA.

The Patriot wins CSPA Crown

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
November 10, 2016
Students are overwhelming their schedules by taking as many honors and AP classes as possible, in order to be considered for the top colleges in the nation. It is important that students challenge themselves in honors and AP classes, but students need to find a balance in their classes, so they do not overwhelm themselves.

Do not overload your schedule

Adriana Guidi, Perspectives Editor
September 27, 2016
Senior doubles team Lucy Chen and Vanilla Tong prepare to smash back the shuttlecock. The badminton team finished with a 6-2 record on the season.

Badminton

Adriana Guidi, Entertainment Editor
June 3, 2016
The Leonard N. Stern School of Business is considered one of the most innovative business schools in the country. Business is a top major among undergrads at NYU.

College reviews: New York University

Adriana Guidi, Entertainment Story
April 5, 2016
The Star Wars movie franchise is one of the top grossing movie franchises in cinematic history. Entertainment Editor Adriana Guidi gives her opinion on the movies.

Ranking the Star Wars Movies

Adriana Guidi, Entertainment Editor
February 5, 2016
Seniors Vanilla Tong and Lucy Chen prepare for a serve in a doubles match. The varsity womens tennis team finished their season with a 2-4 record.

Women’s Tennis

Adriana Guidi, Entertainment Editor
December 3, 2015
After enforcing a one-child policy that prevented almost 400 million births, China has finally repealed its one-child policy. Chinese families are now allowed to have more than one child.

China repeals one child policy

Adriana Guidi, Entertainment Editor
November 30, 2015
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