Stevenson University’s Communication Department is mourning the loss of Business Communication grad Travis Douglas, class of 2014. Travis’ life was cut short on May 24 in a Vineland, N.J., shooting. While a student at Stevenson, Travis was noted for his energy, leadership and enthusiasm for sports. He served as a captain of the football and track & field teams, and was credited as one of the founders of M.I.L.E., the Male Initiative of Leadership and Excellence. He was also a member of Phi Beta Lambda, the Black Student Union, Relay for Life, and the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals. A staff writer for The Villager, Stevenson’s student news site, Travis’s love for Mustang athletics influenced his writing. He was employed by Sigman & Summerfield Associates, Inc., a professional IT staffing company. The Randallstown native is survived by his parents, a sister, and a brother. The Communication Department mourns his passing.