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Congratulations to the Business Communication students and faculty who raised over $3500 for Relay for Life with their "BizComms for the Cure" team captained by senior Lanie Swanhart. The walkers gathered for a photo as the event opened on Saturday, April 30, rocking their "Olympics" theme for the event.
Senior Anthony Bunn wanted to develop his management skills during his internship, and what better way to become a manager that to learn from two of the masters? With over 50 years of restaurant experience, Terri and Menelaos Notara have made their small cafe a gourmet haven for Stevenson students and Owings Mills residents.  Anthony has learned the finer points of catering, customer service, food safety and preparation, and management.

The Business Communication department welcomed back three alums for lunch and conversation on Thursday, April 28. Joining the faculty and student guests were Alexis Reid (2009; missing from the photo), Alexa Hiken (2014; second from left), and Frankie Reynolds (2015). They join seniors Lanie Swanhart (left) and Megan Donahue for a photo after lunch.

The "Lunch Lessons" initiative has been enormously successful since its inception in 2012, with 45 alums returning to campus to share their experiences and offer advice. Joining the group from time to time are John "Jamie" Myers and Allison Humphries, from Stevenson's Alumni Office, to meet and greet the returnees.

Congratulations to the eight Business Communication majors who are finishing out their NCAA Division III athletics careers in 2016. They were honored for their achievements at the annual Athletic Awards Banquet on May 1, 2016. They include (l-r, top to bottom) Lanie Swanhart, Andrew Wysocki, Pat Candon, Connor Skeen, Chris McKneely, Emily Soller, Allison Smith, and Conrad Ellis. (Photos from

The first annual Experiential Expo that showcased a wide variety of experiential learning experiences included two Business Communication tables featuring students involved in classroom experiences. Students in the Event Planning and Advanced Event Planning classes were happy to talk with visitors about their experiences in planning events both on  and off campus. On the left, these students included Kaitlyn Rollyson, Corrin Harris, Emma Ragon and Kim Hahr, who all participated in the events.

On the right, student editors of The Villager, including Conrad Ellis and Hayley Jacobs,  spoke with guests about their participation in the development of the new digital site and their subsequent editorial work. All of the students agreed that they had benefited from their experiential learning classes.

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