Julian Neely, a junior in journalism and mass communication from Des Moines, has been involved in campus politics since his freshman year. He was elected Iowa State’s student body president on March 8 and will serve the university his last year at Iowa State.
Courtney Carstens, senior in journalism and mass communication, shares more about her role as the current editor-in-chief of Veritas, a student publication focused on in-depth coverage of politics and law.
Alex Amoa, senior in advertising, has been involved in Cardinal & Gold, a student-run agency, since he transferred to Iowa State in 2016. As president, Amoa shares what’s in store for the student organization this semester.
Julissa Garcia, sophomore in journalism, received a scholarship from NBCUniversal LNESC scholarship program for the 2017-18 school year. Only 10 recipients were selected nationwide for this prestigious honor.
Brian Mozey, a senior in journalism and mass communication from Crystal, Minnesota, is spending the Spring 2017 semester reporting and writing full-time for the Boston Globe as part of its Co-op Program. Mozey is working for the sports department, covering high school sports.
Emily Belloma, senior in marketing and advertising, was awarded a prestigious scholarship through the Washington Media Scholars Foundation’s Media Fellows program in December 2016 for the 2016–17 academic year. The foundation awards scholarships to undergraduates who are interested in pursuing careers in strategic public policy advertising research, management, planning and buying.
Going into college, Denisha Mixon, senior in journalism and mass communication, expected to get an internship with a newspaper or magazine. Last fall, she entered the office of Greenlee’s Internship Coordinator Juli Probasco-Sowers looking for help to achieve just that. Instead, Probasco-Sowers pointed her in a different direction — one that led her to an on-campus group that she now considers family.