Youth Speak News Team 2015-2016

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  • August 28, 2015

The Catholic Register is pleased to introduce our new Youth Speak News team. These 11 young people were selected from a record number of applicants to The Register's successful YSN program.

 

Robert-Adragna

Robert Adragna
Age: 17
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Education: Grade 12 student at Bishop Allen Academy.

Regina-Rhae-Contreras

Regina Rhae Contreras
Age: 20
Hometown: Winnipeg, Man.
Education: Third-year communications student at University of Winnipeg.

Rachel-Gannon

Rachel Gannon
Age: 19
Hometown: Niagara Falls, Ont.
Education: First-year Catholic Studies student at King's University College in London, Ont.

Julie-Hall

Julie Hall
Age: 17
Hometown: Orangeville, Ont.
Education: Candidate for first-year philosophy at Trent University in Peterborough, Ont.

Emma-Hunter

Emma Hunter
Age: 24
Hometown: Kingston, Ont.
Education: First-year Master's student in history at Queen's University.

Melanie-Lamarca

Melanie Lamarca
Age: 17
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Education: Grade 12 student at St. John Paul II Catholic Secondary School.

Maria-Montemayor

Maria Montemayor
Age: 23
Hometown:
Toronto, Ont.
Education: Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

Anela-Nicholson

Anela Nicholson
Age: 16
Hometown:
Nanaimo, B.C.
Education: Grade 11 student at Regent Christian Online Academy.

Julia-Swist

Julia Swist
Age: 16
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Education: Grade 12 student at Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School.

Steven-Travale

Steven Travale
Age: 17
Hometown:
Kincardine, Ont.
Education: Grade 12 student at Sacred Heart High School in Walkerton.

Francisco-Uy

Francisco Uy
Age: 18
Hometown:
Pickering, Ont.
Education: First-year advertising student at OCAD University in Toronto.

 

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