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.
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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 Facebook.com)
Congratulations to senior Shane Messick, who won the annual Mr. SU contest on Oct. 19. Shane competed against several competitors and is seen here proudly wearing his crown alongside Ms. SU, Rachel Haywood. Let's give a hand to both contestants for their terrific showing in 2015! (Photo courtesy of Shane Messick)
Business Communication students were a presence to be felt during the recent "Start Something That Matters" event held in Rockland on Friday, Oct. 16. The event was designed to get students interested in and excited about creating activities and services that are creative and useful for others, events that "make a difference." Here, BizComm graduate and GPS staffer Tonia Cristino (right) talks with majors Lanie Swanhart, Katlyn Lamp, and Kelsey Marden during one of the discussion moments. (Photo from SU Flickr site)
Conratulations to the three Business Communication students on Stevenson's swim team: juniors Adrianna Kamosa and Elizabeth Kamosa, and senior Alison Smith, for their team victory over Wilkes College on Oct. 17. The team took first place in seven of the 11 events in the meet held at the McDonogh School. Way to go, ladies! (Photo from SU Flickr site)