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Congratulations to Business Communication senior Emma Adams, who along with six other Mustangs, was named to the fall Middle Atlantic Conference Sportsmanship Team. Emma is a field hockey student athlete, who, according to the award, exemplifies "great character and demonstrate the act of sportsmanship both and off the field. These student-athletes were selected by the head coaches from their respective teams. They represent their team, institution and the conference with high integrity, and exhibit respect for themselves, teammates, coaches and opponents."
Congratulations to communication professor Stephanie Verni (center), the SU library staff, and members of '47 House, for their exciting event that launched National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) as well as Verni's sixth published work, Little Milestones. The Oct. 29 interactive event included students and alums who are interested in writing, friends and colleagues of the author, and Elizabeth Fields of the library staff. This was the third year for a National Novel Writing Month event during which all writers are encouraged to write down their stories. Verni said that she began Little Milestones during last year's NaNoWriMo, and is thrilled to have finished it in a year. The novel is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
A workshop on October 29, 2019, sponsored by WORTH -- Women of Resilience, Tenacity, and Humility -- saw the members of the organization screening the film Escalation as part of an intimate partner violence program from the OneLove Foundation. At the center of the screen is communication professor Dr. Heather Harris, the moderator of the club, and to Dr. Harris' left is Alyssa Caggiano, the club's president. The event was open to the entire Stevenson community.The photo shows just some of the approximately 40 student participants who attended the event. (Information and photo courtesy of Dr. Heather Harris)
Faculty in the Halls professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, both from Stevenson's communication department, hosted a "Decorate Your Own Spooky Cupcakes" event for the first-year students in Susquehanna and Western Run halls. Students flocked to the event during which they could choose from a variety of Halloween decorations for their free cupcakes. This is the sixth year for the Faculty in the Halls program.