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Students in Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus' Advanced Event Planning class and members of '47 House combined with the departmental faculty to pull off a surprise baby "sprinkle" for their teacher.  Of course, there was cake. (Photos by Corrin Harris)

Congratulations to the Business Communication players on the men's lacrosse team for their 29-1 season-opening victory against Alvernia University on Feb. 24. Senior Pat Candon picked up 3 goals and 2 assists, and junior Nate LeQuang went 12-14 on faceoffs. Ben Richards, Connor Skeen and Brody Polansky all saw time in the goal, and Brendan Youngs and Joe Candon contributed to the win. In the photo, Pat Candon shows off the new Mustang helmet. (Photo from
Senior Savannah Lawrence is interning at Bancroft Press under the mentorship of publisher Bruce Bortz, above. Savannah’s work includes a great deal of reading and research, as well as delving into the marketing of publications. She has also shown an interest in the area of book-to-screenplay, and her own strong writing skills have been useful every day.

Professor Stephanie Verni's Special Topics in Sports Communication class was treated to a special guest speaker on Feb. 23 during their regular class session. Chuck Sapienza is the former Vice President of Programming at ESPN 980 and currently works with Navy Football and its broadcasts.  With over 30 years of experience in the field of radio and sports, he offered advice to the class with tips about networking, building a resume, and life in broadcasting and sports. Mr. Sapienza entertained the class with stories about life in the field and what it takes to start a career in sports broadcasting and programming. He's in the photo above in the center of the back row. (Photo by Stephanie Verni)

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