Congratulations to Business Communication graduate (class of 2017) Landon Easler, who has relocated to Maine to start his career as an assistant account executive with Shamrock Sports and Entertainment in Portland, Maine. Landon finished up the Career Introductory Program with the Baltimore Orioles at the end of the summer and then headed north to tend to clients including NASCAR, Rugged Maniac, FanBeat, Circuit of the America's, Championship Bull Riding, P1 Powerboat, and others. The Career Introductory Program gave him a chance to work with the Orioles' Board of Directors, PR team, community relations group, and the Orioles alumni department. In the photo, Landon is shown during his Orioles internship with Alumni Director Bill Stetka.
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Congratulations to Business Communication junior and football quarterback Dan Williams, who was named the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Player of the Week for Oct. 1.
Williams led the Mustangs to a 65-7 victory over Misericordia University on Sept. 30, throwing for 396 yards and five touchdowns, according to gomustangsports.com. It was Williams' fifth time in his career throwing for over 300 yards, and the Mustangs also set a single-game record for points scored in a game. (Photo from gomustangsports.com)
Congratulations to Business Communication graduate Emily Rosenthal ('17), whose article on the St. Elizabeth Home orphanage and its many configurations in Baltimore appeared in the October, 2017, print issue of The Catholic Review. Emily served as the editor-in-chief of The Villager while she was a student at Stevenson and is in a graduate program now at Johns Hopkins University. In the photo, she is shown on the right with one of her writing mentors, Professor Stephanie Verni. Read Emily's online article here.