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Mitch Hopkins, Multimedia Editor 2015-2016

Mitch Hopkins, Multimedia Editor 2015-2016, Multimedia Editor

Senior Mitch Hopkins is a Multimedia Editor for The Patriot and This is his second year on staff and third year taking journalism. Apart from journalism, he tramples the competition on the varsity cross country team and is a member of the swim team. He enjoys long walks on the beach and movies with velociraptors. Mitch Hopkins can be reached for comments at [email protected].

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Old Mill and Williams hall sit on the center of Campus at the University of Vermont. The university sits on top of the hill, with the city of Burlington just blocks down the street.

College reviews: University of Vermont

Mitch Hopkins, Multimedia Editor
February 3, 2016
Social media spawns harmful self-obsession

Social media spawns harmful self-obsession

Mitch Hopkins, Multimedia Editor
December 10, 2015
Anthony Magwood tackles the returner on the kickoff against St. Pauls which was a 43-0 victory for the Patriots. The varsity football team ended their perfect season, going 12-0, with a win against Curley in the championship 35-14.

[PHOTO] Football

Azanae Barrow, Community Editor
December 4, 2015

[VIDEO] Senior signs to record label

Mitch Hopkins, Multimedia Editor
October 16, 2015
The 2014 update to the Master Plan proposes changes across the entire campus of JC. The proposed and implemented changes range from a promenade to and from the student parking lot to a revamped Academic Wing.

JC plans for the future

Mitch Hopkins, News Editor
April 9, 2015
Tick-tock goes your body clock

Tick-tock goes your body clock

Mitch Hopkins, News Editor
December 15, 2014
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