The Voice takes New York! Thirteen editors from The Voice recently visited New York City to attend the national College Media Convention, joining approximately 1,500 other college journalists and advisers from across the country to hear from professionals and fellow journalists and advisers about the latest in their field.
Two of the 270 sessions were presented by representatives of The Voice. Editor in chief Gabby Vielhauer and Arts Editor Keara Hozella presented a session along with adviser Mary Bernath called “Why College Editors Get Jobs,” the result of a survey they did of past editors of The Voice and Bloomsburg University graduates to find out how much their experience on the paper helped them on the job market. The other, by managing editors Rae Meade and Adina Evans, along with adviser Mary Bernath, called “Word Smarts,” looked at how editors can help staff do their best writing, using techniques borrowed from our BU Writing Center.
Front (L-R): Jessie Napkora, Felicia Carey, Rae Meade, Keara Hozella, Kathryn Saulinas, Adina Evans. Back (L-R): John Catona, Cole Tamarri, Cole Kresch, Matt Healy, Anthony Patrick. Absent from photo: Gabby Vielhauer, Courtney Dunn.

The Voice takes New York! Thirteen editors from The Voice recently visited New York City to attend the national College Media Convention, joining approximately 1,500 other college journalists and advisers from across the country to hear from professionals and fellow journalists and advisers about the latest in their field.

Two of the 270 sessions were presented by representatives of The Voice. Editor in chief Gabby Vielhauer and Arts Editor Keara Hozella presented a session along with adviser Mary Bernath called “Why College Editors Get Jobs,” the result of a survey they did of past editors of The Voice and Bloomsburg University graduates to find out how much their experience on the paper helped them on the job market. The other, by managing editors Rae Meade and Adina Evans, along with adviser Mary Bernath, called “Word Smarts,” looked at how editors can help staff do their best writing, using techniques borrowed from our BU Writing Center.

Front (L-R): Jessie Napkora, Felicia Carey, Rae Meade, Keara Hozella, Kathryn Saulinas, Adina Evans. Back (L-R): John Catona, Cole Tamarri, Cole Kresch, Matt Healy, Anthony Patrick. Absent from photo: Gabby Vielhauer, Courtney Dunn.

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