29 Oct 2011, Posted by admin
Matt Evans is a fifth-year journalism major who will graduate in December. After not declaring a major for two years, he decided he wanted to save lives and began studying to be a paramedic. It was only after he realized he didn’t do well in the presence of blood that he decided he would make the jump to journalism. He hopes to use his words to do what he couldn’t do with his hands (and uncooperative stomach).
Alana Frew is a fourth-year double major in journalism and environmental studies. She works as a community manager for UC, handling the university’s social media accounts. She has interned for Esquire, Mariemont and Kenwood theaters, as well as UC’s Department Of Communication. On campus, she is involved in the UC Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and their PR-firm, UC Influence. She periodically contributes to The News Record, UC’s independent student paper. In her free time, she loves to watch movies, visit local attractions and dine out.
Ellen Hadley is a senior majoring in journalism with a minor in communication. She played high school tennis at Oakwood High School in Kettering, Ohio. Her ultimate career goal is to be an NFL sideline reporter. Her favorite NFL team is the Green Bay Packers. During finals week this spring, she and a friend rescued a pocket pit bull from the SPCA that they named “G.”
Maddy Schmidt is a fourth-year photojournalism student with a minor in anthropology. Through her fascination and interest in other cultures, she hopes to combine her studies to travel and visually record the lives of those whose stories haven’t been told. Already, she’s done work in areas of poverty while collecting the untold tales of people from villages in Tanzania, rural Mississippi and St. Croix. Until graduation in spring 2015, she will spend most of her free time locked up in 509 Swift Hall working as the photo editor of The News Record.