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Seniors Colby Giacubeno (left in the photo) and Mario Amaya are interning this semester under the able direction of assistant sports information director Samantha Murray in Stevenson's Office of Athletics. Colby's interest in basketball and writing are combining to offer him opportunities to write articles for the Stevenson athletics website, and Mario's passion for all things soccer has given him the chance to write, spot, and assist with statistics for Stevenson's two NCAA soccer teams. The two seniors are fortunate that they can combine their business communication skills with their love of sports. Here, they pose for a photo with their mentor in the SU press box.

Homecoming 2105 is in the books, but it was a delightful experience for everyone BizComm. Thanks to Chris Reed  (film and video) and Maumi Chatterton (Student Life), the photos from the day captured our best memories. Enjoy!...Click here to read more.

Senior Zuryna Smith (left) is interning with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore under the supervision of  Yasmine Sursock-Khairi in the department of marketing and communications. Zuryna is holding some of the information about an upcoming conference John Hopkins is sponsoring,  with a special focus on consumer engagement, “A Woman’s Journey.” She has been working on helping to make sure plans for the conference are complete and finalized, using her organizational skills as well as her attention to detail.

The six Faculty in the Halls participants in the first-year residences -- three of whom are BizComm faculty -- shared a terrific tailgate cookout complete with hotdogs, burgers, nachos and cheese, and desserts on Sept. 26 with the residents of Western Run, Patapsco, and Susquehanna Halls....Click here to read more.

Congratulations to BizComm alum Lauren Humphries (2008), who triumphantly ran the Chicago Marathon on Oct. 11. Lauren was one of 45,000 runners participating in the event, with the first finisher crossing the line in a little over two hours. Lauren was the first little person to finish the Chicago Marathon and ran the race in front of over a million spectators, according to NBC news. The department celebrates Lauren's accomplishments and knows she will continue to run circles around the rest of us! (Photo from

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