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July 31, 2008 - Hastings College announces SCJ officers
The Hastings College chapter of The Society of Collegiate Journalists has selected officers for the 2008-09 academic year. Names of new initiates were also announced.
President: Megan Arrington, senior, Michael Arrington, Centennial, Colo./Debra Russell, Eatonville, Wash.
Vice President: Hillary Pingel, senior, Gary/Audrey Pingel, Beloit, Kan.
Historian: Wendy Nicklin, senior, Donald/Rhonda Nicklin, Papillion, Neb.
Secretary: Valerie Jensen, senior, Derek/Mary Jensen, Harrisburg, S.D.
Treasurer: (Mr.) Casey Carpenter, senior, Tammy Carpenter, Grand Island, Neb.
(Ms.) Casey Bellinghausen, sophomore, John/Terri Bellinghausen, Loveland, Colo.
Lauren Lee, sophomore, Robert/Sharlet Lee, Loveland, Colo.
Zachary Mayhew, senior, Craig/Martha Mayhew, Alda, Neb.
(Mr.) Jameon Rush, sophomore, Eric Rush/Maxine Rush, Longford, Kan.
Sara Tall, sophomore, William Tall/Patricia Cordero, San Diego, Calif.
Amanda Voss, sophomore, Paul/Luanne Voss, Fremont, Neb.
The Society of Collegiate Journalists, founded at Hastings College in 1937, is the nation’s oldest honorary society for collegiate mass communications. Members must exemplify dignity; personal freedom and initiative that the Society believes are the hallmarks of excellence in collegiate communications.
The organization provides members the opportunity to discuss the journalist’s role and performance, to encourage standards of good practice, and to enjoy the rewards of positive contributions to the betterment of mass communications and the public they serve.