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Society for Collegiate Journalists inducts 13 new members | Rural Radio Network

Society for Collegiate Journalists inducts 13 new members

Society for Collegiate Journalists inducts 13 new members
Courtesy/ Hastings College. Inductees into the Hastings College chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists include (from left): Jordan Ismaiel, Caitlin Smith, Sam Bosle, Marc Sisson, Luke Liffengren, Dany Cook, Nate Miller, Becca Garner, Jake Zink, Jarad Johnson, Cameron Bradley, Ron Roskilly and Gideon Monette.

(Hastings, Nebraska) – The Hastings College chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) inducted 13 members into the honorary on May 3.

SCJ is the nation’s oldest honor society for student media leaders. Journalism is a foundation of democracy, and to ensure its future, SCJ focuses on professional development at the collegiate level by advancing ethical, accurate and innovative collegiate journalism nationally and creating a strong network of advocates for First Amendment education.

SCJ has approximately 100 active chapters nationwide and 1,200 members.

The Hastings College chapter was established in 1937, making it one of the longest continuously serving chapters in the country.

Students inducted into the Hastings College chapter of SCJ include:

  • Sam Bosle, a junior from Hastings, Nebraska

  • Cameron Bradley, a sophomore from Wichita, Kansas

  • Dany Cook, a senior from Fairfield, California

  • Becca Garner, a junior from Centennial, Colorado

  • Jordan Ismaiel, a junior from Hastings, Nebraska

  • Jarad Johnson, a senior from Golden, Colorado

  • Luke Liffengren, a sophomore from Conifer, Colorado

  • Nate Miller, a senior from Warrensburg, Missouri

  • Gideon Monette, a junior from Mullen, Nebraska

  • Ron Roskilly, a senior from Deshler, Nebraska

  • Marc Sisson, a senior from Yutan, Nebraska

  • Caitlin Smith, a sophomore from Brooklyn, Iowa

  • Taylor Van Pelt, a senior from Phillips, Nebraska

  • Jake Zink, a senior from Papillion, Nebraska

 

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