SCRANTON — Marywood University’s Chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) was recently awarded the Edward E. McDonald National Chapter of the Year at its 2015 SCJ Induction Ceremony.
Eleven Marywood students, all active participants in the production of Marywood’s student newspaper, The Wood Word, were inducted into the SCJ Chapter at the ceremony, which included an address by guest speaker, Meg McGuire, lecturer in the English department at the university.
The Society for Collegiate Journalists is an academic journalism honorary organization devoted to college journalists, advisers, and media at universities across the globe.
Marywood University’s Chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) was recently awarded the Edward E. McDonald National Chapter of the Year at its 2015 SCJ Induction Ceremony. From left, first row, are Jessica Bonacci, Scranton; Amanda Marchese, Lansdale; Amanda Duncklee, Seaford, N.Y.; Patrick Kernan, Scranton; Brigid Edmunds, Archbald; Mackenzie Warren, Carbondale; Connor Moffitt, Scranton; Chanya Rice, Parkville, Md.; Haley O’Brien, Scranton; and Katlynn Whitaker, Apalachin, N.Y. Second row, McKensie Curnow, Jermyn; Alexandra Goebelbecker, Poughquang, N.Y.; Stephanie Leone, Gilbertsville; Alex Weidner, East Greenville; Anne Zukowski, Montrose; Paul Capoccia, Dunmore; Esperanza Gutierrez, Harpursville, N.Y.; and Lindsey Wotanis, Ph.D., adviser and associate professor of communication arts at Marywood University. Absent at the time of photo were John Ferarro, Dickson City; Rachel Looker, Blandon, Pa.; Kesley Van Horn, West Pittston; and Mariah Wolk, Scranton.