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Business Communication News

Keyword: student life

Business Communication faculty members Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, Faculty in the Halls mentors for Western Run Hall, planned a night of decorating "Spooky Cupcakes" with the residents in preparation for Halloween. It was a recipe for lots of fun and creativity!

In an event co-sponsored by Residence Life's Faculty in the Halls and the Office of Student Affairs, students in Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society of the National Communication Association, participated in a discussion about the intercultural differences between Halloween celebrations and those of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Afterwards, they enjoyed decorating skeleton cookies -- and then eating them up! Business Communication faculty members Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, Faculty in the Halls for Western Run Hall, also participated in the event, along with Tiffany Sanchez, the vice president of Student Affairs, and other Faculty in the Halls mentors Laurel Moody and Romas Laskauskas.

First-year, transfer and honor society students from the Business Communication department joined other First-Year Seminar classes and clubs during "Mustangs Make a Difference Day" on Friday, Oct. 12, in the Garrison Quad. The Business Communication students and faculty members were raising money for cancer research through the sale of hugs and other goodies.

Service is a key component of The Stevenson Way, and the participating students enjoyed getting to meet others in their major while making a difference.

Pictured to the left in the first two photos are some of the students who participated in the event, and the bottom photo shows the organizing team who put together the yearly event, including two BizComms, Caroline Izzi and Lauren Novsak.

(Photos on right of collage by Olivia Hare)

ENACTUS, the university's entrepreneurial and experiential learning club, and '47 House, Business Communication's full-service IMC club, recently collaborated on a three-hour event called "The VMAs" (Vendor Marketing Affairs) during which entrepreneurs (both students and outside vendors) could showcase their products and services. This was the first time these two groups have collaborated on an event.

The event was held in the Rockland Ballroom on Friday, September 14, for an interested crowd of students and faculty.

Members of '47 House gathered in the last photo at the registration table for the event.

Junior Business Communication major Emma Cathy Smith, a member of the Marching 100, Stevenson's premier marching band, took her place on the 50-yard line prior to the Mustangs' football game against Delaware Valley University to sing the National Anthem.

The Sept. 29, 2018, game also featured the Massed Band Experience, in which 400 students from area high schools joined Stevenson's Marching 100 on the field at halftime to play a medley of songs for the halftime show.

Congratulations, EmC! Your voice was lovely and you seemed quite at ease!