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Congratulations to the three new Villager editors-in-chief for the spring, 2017, semester. Returning for a second stint is Kylie Handler, who will be joined by Bryan Corvera-Flores and Brendan Reynolds. The three will oversee a staff of 14 under advisor Chip Rouse.

BizComms Corrin Harris, Lauren Novsak, and alum Emma Ragon have been working hard in January as they traveled with a Stevenson crew to New Orleans with Mission:I'm Home as a part of the rebuilding effort after Hurricane Katrina. Their work was hands on as they used their carpentry talents to repair and update a home in the St. Bernard Parish. Thanks and congratulations to the 25 Stevenson students and staff who made this effort possible! (Photo from Emma Ragon)

Congratulations to the December 2016 Business Communication graduates -  all 18 of them! They gathered for the traditional pre-Commencement photograph with their faculty members on Dec. 19, 2016. A special kudos goes out to Emma Ragon, who was awarded the Orsia F. Young Leadership Award, and to Emily Rosenthal, who won the President's Award for Scholarly and Creative Achievement. Good luck as you all move on, and stay in touch! (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Verni)

A group of six Business Communication students volunteered to help face paint at this year's alumni "Breakfast with Santa" on Saturday, Dec. 10.  A sold-out crowd was on hand to enjoy breakfast, games, reading time, a visit from Santa Claus, and, of course, holiday face painting. A big thanks to Naseehaa Bacchus, Carlyn Bessicks, Brianna Buttner, DeJonna Farrar, Maya Murphy and Steve Thomas, who gave up their Saturday morning at the request of faculty member Chip Rouse, who has worked on the event with the alumni office in the past. Joining the group on stage is Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, who attended the event with her family.

Senior Brittany Bryant is finishing up a great internship at Baltimore's Art with a Heart, a non-profit that "brings interactive visual arts classes into schools, community centers, group homes, shelters, permanent housing facilities, hospitals, and senior housing facilities," according to the organization's website. Under the mentorship of Jenny Hyle, the director of public art & community service, Brittany has participated in a wide range of art-related activities both at the site and out in the community. Brittany has also helped at HeARTwares, the organization's social enterprise retail store that sells the work of students and volunteers. With a minor in art, Britt has enjoyed the creativity and imagination of this internship.

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