JSU News Bureau
JACKSONVILLE -- April 4, 2002 -- Three Jacksonville State University students have been re-appointed for the second consecutive year to head The Chanticleer, WLJS and the Mimosa.
Benjamin Cunningham, a communication major with an English minor, has been named to another year as the editor of The Chanticleer. Benjamin belongs to the Society of Professional Journalists, and he is also a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (alumni status). He is from Anniston.
"The past year has been one of improvement for The Chanticleer," says Benjamin.
"I'd like to use the next year to continue to transform The Chanticleer into a professional, award-winning publication that provides the best possible product to its readers and advertisers, and that provides its staff with practical work experience in their chosen fields."
Jordan Brewer, a sophomore from Pell City, will be 92-J's program director for a second year. Jordan is an SGA senator, a member of the Encore! Show Choir, and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has participated in numerous civic and social activities such as Up Til Dawn. Jordan is pursuing a degree in communication with a minor in English.
"Last May, I was given this opportunity by the JSU Communication Board to be the Program Director of WLJS," says Jordan. "It has been, by far, the best experience of my life."
The Mimosa's editor for the upcoming term will again be Bree Davis. Bree is a secondary education major who served as the Mimosa's editor last term and is also an SGA senator. She is originally from Harvest, Alabama.
"I have enjoyed serving this year as editor," says Bree. "Being editor has taught me responsibility and given me many life experiences."
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