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Jesuit Chronicle

Writing. Photography. Video. The home of Jesuit High School student journalism.

Jesuit Chronicle

Writing. Photography. Video. The home of Jesuit High School student journalism.

Jesuit Chronicle

Spencer Carle

Spencer Carle, Staff Writer

Spencer Carle is a first year writer for the Jesuit Chronicle. As a member of the class of 2022, Spencer decided to take Journalism primarily because of his uncle Neil, who studied journalism at the University of Oregon and is now an anchor on the late night show: SportCenter on ESPN. Spencer has a true passion for sports, especially soccer, and has committed to play collegiate la at the D1 level at Gonzaga University. One of his essential inspirations for sports journalism is watching early morning soccer analysts on NBC and Sky Sports. His first experience with journalism was as a junior taking the Broadcast Journalism class, where he learnt how to commentate live sports, conduct interviews and display videography skills. This year, Spencer hopes to learn the fundamentals of journalism, and primarily focus on covering the school’s Varsity games and pursue stories tied with the sports programs. In addition to writing about sports this year, Spencer would love to write about problems students face at Jesuit, mental health, food and fashion. Outside of the classroom, Spencer is one of the captains for the men’s soccer team, a cook, an avid traveler and loves to spend time with his friends and family. A fun fact about him is that he lived in London and Amsterdam between ages six to ten. 

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