SJGC Spring 2013 graduates on the move
Ivy Durham, a graphic design graduate, has been accepted in the Teach for America program in
St. Louis, Mo. She plans to teach elementary school in the fall.
Sheree B. Oats, a public relations graduate, recently accepted a job as Campus Sales
Representative with Pepsi Beverages Company, based in Atlanta, Ga.
Aria Aaron, a journalism graduate with a 4.0 cum GPA, has been accepted in the graduate
program at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Brandon Lee, a journalism graduate, has been hired as a producer in by the Fox station in Fort
Amber Mackie, a journalism graduate, will work as an intern at MTV this summer in New York,
Hannah Carroll, a journalism graduate, will work as a summer intern with the public relations
firm of M Squared in Tallahassee, Fla.
SJGC students on the move
Morgan Culler, a sophomore journalism student from Ellicott, Md., has been selected to attend
the Thurgood Marshall Leadership Institute and Recruitment Conference Nov. 8-12, 2013 in
Morgan Grain, a junior journalism student, will be working as an American Society of Magazine
Editors intern this summer in New York, N.Y.
Alicia Turner, a junior journalism student, was selected for an internship at WFLA-TV, Channel 8
in Tampa, Fla.
Eric Winkfield, a junior public relations student, was selected for the Edelman (public relations
agency) Training Program in Atlanta, Ga. He will serve during summer 2013.
Raymond Love, a senior public relations, will serve as an intern in the public relations
department at Essence magazine in New York, N.Y. He will also work on the Essence Festival
account in New Orleans, La.
The Famuan was named among JournalismDegree.org's 100 Exemplary College Newspapers
for Student Journalists. You can see all 100 newspapers here: http://journalismdegree.org/
Congratulations to the winners of the Sixth Annual Spring Writers Contest, sponsored by the
Florida A&M University Department of English and Modern Languages. The FAMU SJGC winners
are as follows:
Second Place: “Of Mice and Men and Cats and Rats” by Lauren N. McDade
Third Place: “Late Term” by Daune A. Robin