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Business Communication News

Stevenson Business Communication major and senior tight end Andrew Wysocki played in the second annual Globe Bowl on April 3 at Salisbury High School Football Stadium in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Globe Bowl players include top All-American and All-Conference seniors from FCS, DII, DIII and professional free agents. Its focus is global as players are scouted by other leagues besides the NFL in both the United States and around the globe. Wysocki was on the Red Team, coached by James Parham, former coach of the Trenton Freedom and Arena Football player.

According to gomustangsports.com, Wysocki had his best career season this year at tight end, totaling 21 catches for 162 yards and one touchdown. He averaged 14.7 yards per game and 7.7 yards per catch. Against Widener University, he had a season-high five catches for 32 yards and a score. (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

Students in the public relations, advertising, marketing and communications club, '47 House, teamed up with Faculty in the Halls in Western Run Hall to organize a great kickoff to finals week with an early morning treat of coffee and donuts on May 9, 2016.  Professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, the mentors for Western Run, were happy to help the students organize and distribute sustenance to residents in Western Run, Susquehanna, Patapsco, Herring Run and Wakefield Halls as their Monday exams began. This activity has become part of the Faculty in the Halls tradition.

Congratulations to senior Emma Ragon, who was named "Club President of the Year" during Stevenson's annual Leadership Awards ceremony on May 6, 2016, for her work as co-president of '47 House, the communications, public relations, advertising, and marketing club. She was nominated by her co-president, Andrew ("AJ") Grimm, who worked alongside her all year in the rebranding and re-launch of the club. Together, the two brought new life and growth to the organization. Congratulations to both! (Photos from Stephanie Verni's Facebook page)

During the second annual Scholarship Luncheon on Sunday, April 17, 2016, scholarship donors and their student recipients gathered to celebrate their successes. Business Communication major Heather Lopiano, shown here, is the recipient of a scholarship for a student in the School of Design made possible through the generosity of T. Scott Pugatch, secretary of the Board of Trustees and president of Greenhill Properties, Inc. (Photo from SU Flickr)

Students on the Business Communication Relay for Life team took top honors in the "Family Feud" game that was part of the Relay for Life event held Saturday-Sunday, April 30-May 1. Playing against Phi Sigma Sigma, the winning team included (l-r) Emma Ragon, Andrew ("A.J.") Grimm, Lanie Swanhart, Lauren Novsak, Grace Clark and Corrin Harris. Congratulations! (Photo courtesy of Emma Ragon)

 
 
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