The Campus won two first-place awards and three honorable mentions in the four-year college category from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. Sam Stephenson ’15, co-editor-in-chief of The Campus, and photo editor Meghan Hayman ’16 won a first-place Student Keystone Press Award in the category of general news. The staff of The Campus also won a first-place
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Allegheny Professor and Photojournalist Takes her Skills to Liberia Cheryl Hatch, Allegheny visiting assistant professor of journalism in the public interest, won’t be in class for the first week of the spring semester. CORRECTION: She won’t physically be in class – but she plans to be there via Skype. That’s because Hatch has taken her
By Rachel Wang, Staff Writer November 6, 2014 The Campus The art galleries of Allegheny College held the reception of Annual Faculty and Alumni Art Exhibit on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The exhibit featured egg tempera, oil and watercolor paintings by alumnus Jeff Gola, ’82, and also included art works of Sue Buck, Heather Brand, Amara
Photographs of Annette von Jouanne by Visiting Assistant Professor in Journalism in the Public Interest Cheryl Hatch are in a new young adult book released on October 14. The Next Wave: The Quest to Harness the Power of the Oceans by Elizabeth Rusch, a Portland, Oregon author, is published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Von Jouanne
By Lorri Drumm / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Most people have different answers to that question as they mature. When you graduate from high school, still a teen, society expects you to have that answer. After at least 13 years of school, you must immediately know your
By Earl Corp/MEADVILLE TRIBUNE When Nathan Lewis came back from Iraq in 2004, he noticed things were different for him. “You go to war, (and) you come back changed,” Lewis said. Lewis didn’t let the change overcome him in a negative way. While he was a student at State University of New York at Potsdam,
By Heather Grubbs, Office of College Relations Constructive criticism can be hard to hear. But members of The Campus staff were soaking up words of wisdom and advice from renowned photojournalist Bob Lynn, who spoke to Campus staff on Aug. 22 as part of a four-day, on-campus workshop. Campus Co-Editors-in-Chief Amanda Spadaro ’15 and Sam
Cheryl Hatch, visiting assistant professor of journalism in the public interest, won second place in column writing in the 2014 Excellence in Journalism Contest sponsored by the Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association (PWPA). Hatch’s columns appear weekly in The Meadville Tribune.
Visiting Assistant Professor Cheryl Hatch spoke at the University of Pittsburgh on November 12. Cindy Skrzycki invited Hatch to speak to students in her Great Modern Journalists class about Great Female Correspondents at the Front. Hatch brought Allegheny students from their News Writing and We’ve Got the Beat courses with her for a field trip.
Three photographs by Visiting Assistant Professor Cheryl Hatch will be included in a children’s book, tentatively titled “The Next Wave,” by Elizabeth Rusch, scheduled for publication by Houghton Mifflin in 2014. The book is about Dr. Annette von Jouanne, a professor and electrical engineer whose work focuses on wave energy.