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Faculty in the Haals at Pancake BreakfastTwo of the three first-year residence Faculty in the Halls, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus (center) and Chip Rouse (right) were busy at work on Saturday, Oct. 5, flipping pancakes and serving up sausage for the first-year residents in Western Run, Susquehanna and Patapsco Halls. They were joined by nursing professor Laurel Moody (left), and Dr. Bell McManus' daughters Elouise and Bella. The Faculty in the Halls program works to build a bridge between learning and living, and the two business communication professors have been a part of the program since its inception six years ago.

Students at Mustangs Make a Difference Day

Students and faculty in the Communication department at Stevenson participated in "Mustangs Make a Difference Day" on Friday, October 4, on the Quad at Owings Mills. The first-year students, as well as members of '47 House and Lambda Pi Eta, spent a sunny afternoon raising awareness for autism by handing out multicolored ribbons and puzzle pieces, and talking with other attendees. The day includes all of the First-Year Seminar classes, as well as some clubs and organizations. This campus-wide day of service for students, faculty and staff is designed to make a positive difference while furthering commitment to one of the university’s core values, that of promoting a sense of community.

S'Mores with Faculty in the HallsAs the semester begins, two of the Communication department's faculty members are ready to greet the first-year students as a part of Stevenson's Faculty in the Halls program. Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse join nursing faculty member Laurel Moody as the three oversee the program in the three first-year residence halls. On Tuesday, September 17, the three planned a night of S'Mores for the new students, who came out in full force for the treats. The three faculty members hold office hours in the residence halls each week -- or offer a social or educational activity like this one!
Christine Longbottom, graduate assistantThe department of communication is thrilled to congratulate 2019 graduate Christine Longbottom, who was recently awarded a graduate assistantship in the Office of Disability Services at Stevenson University. Christine is entering her final year of graduate school, and writes on her LinkedIn profile, "This is an incredible opportunity, and I am so excited for this next chapter of my life to begin and for the new experiences, knowledge, and skills that will come with it."

Emma Cathy Smith as drum majorCongratulations to Business Communication senior Emma Cathy Smith, who not only sang the national anthem and the SU alma mater at this year's convocation ceremony, but now we learn that she was chosen drum major of Stevenson's Marching 100. The band has already enjoyed a week of band camp, preparing to play at convocation and at all home football games, among other events.

The drum major's job is to lead the band during rehearsals and in performance, carrying out the instructions of band director Mark Lortz and other staff members. She has also served in another leadership position as editor-in-chief of The Villager in 2018-2019. Congratulations, EmC! (Photo from Facebook)

 
 
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