Her Campus has been brought to the University of Scranton
By Dania El-Ghazal
Class of 2018
Imagine working for the #1 global online magazine- as a college student! Well, students at the University of Scranton are doing just that thanks to Her Campus. Her Campus is an online magazine aimed toward women written by college students for college students. With over 6,000 contributors throughout over 270 colleges and universities, HC is a growing college community! Article topics include style, beauty, health, love, life, career, LGBTQ+, high school and real world. The University of Scranton reveals some passionate writers through their chapter, Her Campus Scranton. Two students, Samantha Milazzo and Elise Chaffiotte, started the Scranton chapter just last fall. In one year, the university received four awards: Rookie of the Year, Viral Vixen, 2nd Place Highest Collegiate Circulation (tier 1-10,000 or fewer women on campus) and 2nd Place Best Team Builders! As time went on, at least one article each week from Her Campus Scranton received enough views to be published on the website’s national home page! Together, first-years, sophomores, juniors and seniors joined forces to write humorous, serious, relatable and light-hearted articles about Scranton’s weather, campus life, friendship, love and more! As a great resume builder, Her Campus brings a real life vibe to a college life environment. It is also a great friendship builder. Through each article, different women (and men, too) are united by Her Campus’ common denominator: the readers are college students! Whether someone on campus is stressed out about finals or looking for a good laugh, he or she can turn to Her Campus Scranton to find a story relating to them. HC Scranton is building their team even larger this year in the hope that it will make more smiles, laughs and national top stories!
Check out Her Campus Scranton at http://www.hercampus.com/scranton
Instagram and Twitter: HCScranton
The Boston Globe runs one of the top programs in the nation, giving 11 interns the opportunity to work as reporters, or as a photographer, designer or copy editor.
The 12-week paid internship places reporter-interns in our Metro, Business, Living/Arts, Health/Science and Sports departments; the photo intern shoots stills and video for all sections, the design intern creates sections fronts and information graphics for print and online, and the copy editing intern works on local and regional, national and foreign and business copy. We provide direction and feedback, as well as a writing coach who is dedicated to the interns. Globe interns produce every day and finely polish their journalism skills over the summer.
The application deadline is Nov. 1. More information on the program and an application can be accessed from our website: www.bostonglobe.com/newsintern.
Sarah Beckley (’16) has received an Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Summer Internship. The TV Academy Foundation’s summer student internship program provides over 40 industry-wide internships college students nationwide. The program gives both undergraduate and graduate students in-depth exposure to professional production during a paid eight-week period in Los Angeles. Sarah will be doing her internship at Channel 7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles.
The Communication Department would like to extend out congratulations to our very own WUSR radio station for receiving the $5,000 Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters grant!
The grant will be used to continue building and improving our audio editing lab and individual editing facilities in the radio station.
Thank you to Dr. Howard Fisher, Ken Sandrowicz, and Tabbi Miller-Scandle for their hard work in putting the proposal together and making this happen! Good things are coming to WUSR!
The Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association is now accepting applications for the 2014 Teresa Spatara Memorial Scholarship. The contest is open to both men and women who are currently juniors or seniors in college or in graduate school in Pennsylvania and who are Pennsylvania residents. The winner of the $1,500 prize is selected on the basis of proven journalistic ability, dedication to a newspaper career and general merit.
More information and an online application can be found at www.pwpa.us/scholarship.
Write an article on the theme of “Generation-Y” and receive a cash prize of $200
Generation-Y, the #YOLO Generation, known for selfies, swag and drunken snapchats. Write an article on Gen-Y and the one with the most ‘likes’ will receive $200.
Read the rules here.