About the Opinions Editor

By Ashley Fries

Ashley Fries, Opinions Editor Photo courtesy of Hub Willson

Ashley Fries, Opinions Editor
Photo courtesy of Hub Willson

My name is Ashley Fries. I am a senior, Professional Writing major with a Literature minor and I also commute I am originally from Omaha, Nebraska, and somehow found my way into Pennsylvania life. I love writing, reading, photography and animals.

   I want the student body to know that I am very open to suggestions regarding the Opinions section. Therefore, if you have an idea for the Opinions section, please do not hesitate to contact me.

   Furthermore, I am also extremely open to new contributing writers. If you have something you would like to write an article about, please contact me.

   You do not have to be an English major to write something; anybody can write an article.

   Though, please be advised that you are not 100 percent guaranteed to be published, but I will do my best!

   If you do not want to write an article but would like to see a

topic written about in the newspaper you can still contact me with your request.

   Everyone has opinions and I want to hear them! Write about anything you have a strong opinion about or topics you want more people to be aware of. The sky is the limit here in the Opinions section. We even do reviews. For example, you can do an article on a book, movie, television show or event.

   This is a student-run newspaper and we thrive on student and faculty writers. Your contribution is very important to me and the entire Keystone staff. Do not be afraid to contribute articles or ideas. If you are unsure if a topic will work, simply ask!

   We also have meetings every Monday at 6 p.m. in MSU 194. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. You can get questions answered, contribute ideas and overall become a part of The Keystone family.

   If you are interested in writing an article for the Opinions section, or any other section, have any questions or concerns you can contact me at:, or our Editor-in-Chief, Emily Leayman, at

   I look forward to hearing from you soon!   

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