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Krystal AlexisCongratulations to Communication alum Krystal Alexis, who has been working as a full-time producer at Next Day Animations, where she manages a variety of video projects for large and small businesses. When she's not working on animations, Krystal is working part-time with the Baltimore business Tonal Vision as a team member. This position requires her to fill several roles, including working on the technical side of videography, as well as on the more creative side, including directing or acting. If she's not busy enough working both of those jobs, she's also freelancing. Krystal is grateful for the work with both companies, and said, "I'm so happy that I get to do what I'm passionate about, which is creating meaningful content." Congratulations, Krystal!

RoundtableNow that the Department of Communication Programs has added Communication Studies as a second major to its roster, the department is expanding extracurricular opportunities for our majors, minors, and interested persons from the general student body to come and apply their communication skills to real-world contexts and activities. The Communication Roundtable provides students with a space in which to discuss socio-cultural issues through a communication lens, develop leadership skills, pursue scholarship endeavors, and gain competencies in the practice of communication with diverse others. 

Come and be a part of the inaugural experience as we launch this new club on Friday, February 12, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Join us at the link below.  

https://bluejeans.com/387860586 

Kylie HandlerComm alum, Kylie Handler, is taking what she learned from her time working on The Villager, the student-run newspaper at SU, and will be managing, writing and editing three separate publications in her new role as senior writer. Kylie started out at NewMarket Group working in their “bullpen” as a News Editor, ghost writing for a naturopathic doctor.  Her primary focus will be writing articles that focus on finding cures for some of the biggest health conditions affecting seniors. Congratulations, Kylie!

Ryan Kenney on the iceBizComm sophomore Ryan Kenny is the "Stang in the Spotlight" in athletics this week. Ryan, who hails from Sparta, New Jersey, plays men's hockey at Stevenson and aspires to play professionally in the future.

According to Ryan, "Playing for Stevenson is extremely special. I love throwing on the Mustang jersey every Friday and Saturday night and going to war with my teammates. Each moment I'm on the ice it's always the best time for me." So far, Ryan's favorite moments at Stevenson include getting to the rink early for practice, beating St. Norbert and playing at Utica College, and taking a course in marketing.

Congratulations on being the spotlight player, and we look forward to seeing you on the ice, Ryan! (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

47 House47 House, the integrated marketing communication club on campus, is meeting virtually this semester and is already formulating plans for the annual spring Business Mixer (BusMix), which is typically held in March. As well, the club has decided to offer virtual coffee chats with professionals in the field, as a lead-up to the March event. The Business Mixer for 2021 will revolve around entrepreneurs, which will include Stevenson graduates who have started their own companies. In the past, the BusMix has featured sports professionals, communication pros, and alums. More details on the upcoming events will be posted as dates are set. Stay tuned! 
 
 
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