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Congratulations to Business Communication alum Julia Tucker, (B.S. 2014, M.S. 2015) who was selected to sing with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society’s “Hallelujah Chorus” Global Virtual Choir. Selected were 250 singers from all over the world. The performance aired on WMAR on Nov. 22, and will air again on Christmas Eve at 11:30 p.m. and Christmas Day at noon.
All singers had to submit a recording of themselves singing Handel's Hallelujah Chorus" in order to be considered. (Photo courtesy of Julia Tucker)
Business Communication alum Brendan Reynolds just checked in with us about his new job.
He writes,"I just started working as the associate producer for Currents News, a Catholic news station in Brooklyn, New York.... I actually had to decide between two job offers; one being this position and the other was a digital producer position in Portland, Oregon. In terms of industry trends, many news outlets have been letting go of traditional positions and have been hiring more digital positions. That being said, I went for the New York position because it simply paid more.... I am more than confident that I will be able to pick up on key skills that can transfer to other jobs."
Congratulations, Brendan! We wish you the best.
(Graphic from Sonya Lawyer via SU)
The Communication Department was thrilled to be able to listen to Dr. Lee Krahenbuhl, chair of communication programs, participate in Stevenson University's Faculty Recital Series, coming to the community via YouTube every Friday.
Dr. K's original lyrics and guitar melody, performed on the stage in Stevenson's Inscape Theatre, often spoke to the isolation that has become so much a part of COVID-19 life. To listen to his recital piece, click here or on the picture.