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Business Communication News

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!

Congratulations to Business Communication senior Naseehaa Bacchus, whose review of Center Stage's production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" was published in Baltimore Style magazine Sept. 28, 2018.

Naseehaa told the department,  "I just wanted to share my work with you that was published for Baltimore STYLE Magazine! I considered much of what I learned in Journalism, and I think it's safe to say it's paying off!"

Read her complete review here.

Business Communication alum Dominic Acosta (center) returned to his Alma Mater on Sept. 24, 2018 to participate in the university's annual Accounting Fair. As a marketing specialist for Bethesda-area Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs, Dominic is responsible for the 36-year-old full-service firm's public relations and marketing efforts. Previously, Dominic worked as a brand manager and event operations associate for Elite Tournaments in Columbia, Md. (Photo from the Brown School of Business and Leadership's blog)

Congratulations to Stevenson Professor Anthony Moll, who straddles a position within the Business Communication and English departments as a teacher of writing, on the publication of his first book, Out of Step: A Memoir, published by the Ohio State University Press, and the reading from his work he shared with the Stevenson community.

Moll, who teaches both journalism and creative writing, read excerpts from his book to a packed house on Sept. 25, explaining that the book is "a literary memoir about a bisexual, working-class kid joining the army during 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.' It’s a queer, anti-war coming-of-age story."

The book was selected in 2017 by Michael Kardos as the winner of the Non/Fiction Prize series from The Journal & The Ohio State University Press. The prize included publication with OSU Press’ literary imprint, Mad Creek Books.

Moll spoke about the creative process of writing the book to students and faculty members, who asked questions and listened to his often-poignant selections from the book. The event was co-hosted by the Schools of Design and Humanities & Social Sciences.

Business Communication faculty member Dr. Deric Greene presented his research on the Marvel Studios film Black Panther to faculty in the School of Design at their monthly meeting in preparation for his presentation on the topic at the National Communication Association conference in November. His work examines in particular the female characters in the movie and the ways in which they work against female tropes in much mainstream cinema. Dr. Greene also worked with the three Stevenson students who recently presented their research on the Black Panther at the Maryland Communication Association conference at Howard University. You can read about their work here.

 
 
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