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ENACTUS, the university's entrepreneurial and experiential learning club, and '47 House, Business Communication's full-service IMC club, recently collaborated on a three-hour event called "The VMAs" (Vendor Marketing Affairs) during which entrepreneurs (both students and outside vendors) could showcase their products and services. This was the first time these two groups have collaborated on an event.

The event was held in the Rockland Ballroom on Friday, September 14, for an interested crowd of students and faculty.

Members of '47 House gathered in the last photo at the registration table for the event.

Business Communication alum Caroline Izzi, who works for Tenable, Inc. Careers, was sent by her employer to Houston to coordinate social media at the Grace Hopper Celebration #GHC18, the world's largest gathering of women technologists.

Caroline writes on Facebook, "Over the past four months, I have been given hands-on opportunities to share the #OneTenable story, like designing these teal giveaway shirts for #girlswhocode! Tenable truly leads the industry with a people-focused mentality."

Keep up the great work, Caroline! You make us proud!

Two Business Communication faculty members and a former faculty member from the department helped to host a "Pancakes for Breakfast" event as part of Stevenson's "Faculty in the Halls" program. Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse were joined by Chris Noya on Saturday morning, Sept. 29, in the first-year quad as they served up pancakes, sausage, coffee, fruit and donuts to the residents of Western Run, Patapsco and Susquehanna Halls. They were joined by two other Faculty in the Halls members, Romas Laskauskus and Laurel Moody, as well as some of the First-Year Success Coaches.

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.

 
 
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