Read them See her project trailer, Alexandra Peredefended her masters project, The Psychedelic Renaissance: A Podcast Series, via Zoom on May 4 with her adviser, Prof.Ruxandra Guidiin attendance along with friends and family. If you want to find a model of a quintessential AP reporter or human, it was Art, retired J-school Prof.Mort Rosenblumsaid. Story, photos. Mac Colson('16) joined Channel 3 AZ Family in Phoenix as a senior producer. Bolles High School (Jacksonville, FL) Varsity Football Bolles Bulldogs Varsity Boys Football Jacksonville, FL FOLLOW TEAM 22-23 V. Football Home Schedule Roster Stats Standings Rankings Photos Videos News More / Bolles High School Football Bolles Football OVERALL 9-5 0.64 Win % DISTRICT 2-1 2nd 2M District 2 HOME7-1 AWAY2-4 NEUTRAL0-0 Read the storyhere. Sasha Hartzell received a scholarship from the Arizona Press Club. Kristan Obang('19 M.A. Shane Bacon('06) helped announce the U.S. Open men's golf tournament at Pebble Beach for Fox Sports. Ava Garcia,Dalal RadwanandPascal Albrightrepresentedthe school's Society of Professional Journalists chapter at the SPJ Region 11 conference in Las Vegas. He also worked as a scout with the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers. "I am most proud of being a head coach for more than 44 years and I never had a losing season. I look forward to having a dedicated room that elevates jazz in Tucson, said Arthur Vint, one of the people behind the new club. Undergrad Kate Ewing had a story in The Daily Wildcatabout Skip, UAPD's bomb-sniffing dog. Rob Kleifield('19) started working remotely as a digital content assistant for FOX Sports North and FOX Sports Wisconsin in March and relocated to Minneapolis in April. ", Micheal Romerowrapped up his fall internship at the Arizona Jewish Post. Zack Rosenblatt('13) has a new job covering The New York Jets for The Athletic.Maritza Cruz('18) is attending film school at USC. ), herself a former apprentice. She alsopublisheda May 23 story, "UA's emergency blue-light phones stay on, but go out elsewhere," in the Arizona Daily Star. One of his stories included "Seeking Support: Nonprofit celebrates 20 years of supporting transgender folks and their families. Nina Kolodij('20 M.A.) At least 10 nominees with UA J-school ties are up for Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards. Ahmaad Lomax('19) is now the full-time social media editor for Arizona Public Media. Photos. Jordan Glenn ('17) joined the Circle All Access team in Nashville ( to help launch a country music and entertainment network after two years at Tucson's KOLD-TV as a marketing and digital producer. Water woes rise with border wall in Cochise County, University of Arizona working toward zero-waste footballgames, Tucson pediatrician channels her inner child as she relates to patients, Additional counselors cut UA student appointment wait times in half, State board to consider banning sale of vaping products at universities, Hongkonger attending UA says studying political science changed his life, Tucson police work to resurrect neighborhood watch groups, community collaboration, Love of cycling leads Marana lawyer to new career, 'Crow' creator O'Barr one of many big names at Tucson Comic-Con, Salpointe Catholic's Bijan Robinson eager to face biggest challenge of Lancers' season, Yuma Gila Ridge scores game's final 21 points to eliminate No. Dalal Radwan, a digital apprentice for the Arizona Daily Star, published "Cirque du Soleils Corteo arrives in Tucson next week" (March 27). See the video. See some of her images Crawfordjoined many alums in helping save the UA journalism program from closure in the mid-1990s. Jasmine Ann Demersdefended her master's project, "42 Repeats: A Family's Multigenerational Battle with Huntington's Disease," on May 3 in Marshall 341. See her bio He also was hired as a government reporter for theArizona Daily Star covering Marana, Oro Valley and the Arizona Board of Regents after a three-year stint as a news and sports reporter at the Louisville Courier Journal. Participants live with the host family while attending school.[3]. Wild.". Andi and photographer Mamta Popatfollowed Oscar Saenz, former sommelier at Elvira's restaurant, which has closed because of the pandemic. 19 state final appearances. Rob Kleifield, an apprentice sports reporter at the Arizona Daily Star, published "Sweet-swinging senior Bianca Pagdanganan has Wildcats poised to repeat as national champs" (April 3). Photos, Shayne Tarquinio, an apprentice at the Arizona Daily Star, published the Tucson & Region centerpiece on Nov. 11, "Tucson police work to resurrect neighborhood watch groups, community collaboration. Earlier, a student panel ofSam Burdette,Katya Mendoza,Payton ToomeyandElviaVerdugotalked about their summer internships. Katya Mendoza, a master's student, is interning at the Tucson Weekly. Sam is wire editor for the Southern California News Group in Monrovia, Calif. Thank you for your generosity that supports excellence in education. He qualified for the U.S. Open sectional after shooting a 3-under-68 in Phoenix last month. Allison Burgesswon the fall 2021 Drew Gyorke Memorial Photojournalism Award for her image of fans cheering at a University of Arizona football game. 1993 3a. Los Angeles Times copy editorKristina Bui('13) helped negotiate stronger hiring and diversity protections for staffers at the newspaper in a Dec. 20 agreement. You can join the Alumni Association or renew your membership by simply making your best gift to the Bolles Fund. Paxton is assistant editor at the Green Valley News and Sun, also a Wick newspaper. Eddie Celayaaccepted a job as an opinion writer at theArizona Daily Starbeginning in late May. Feld, who has written for Forbes and the Athletic, worked as a UA staffer under Lute Olson, two interim head coaches and Sean Miller from 2006-10. Alex Dalenberg('10) became the recommendations editor at Pocket, part of Mozilla, in Brooklyn, New York, after previous work at The Week magazine. Garrison Butler is a 6-2, 270-pound Defensive Line from Jacksonville, FL. ", Sebastian Janik, a grad student and Arizona Daily Star apprentice, wrote the main story in the Feb. 11 sports section, "Money in buckets: Practice range time is driving revenue for Tucson City Golf properties." Christian Wlach('15), a J-school minor alum, joined Tucson's KVOA-TV as a producer after earlier work at KGUN-TV. "Auburn swimmer adds to proud family tradition". Clickhereto see a collection of his images. Gilbert Bailon('81) received the 2021 Presidential Award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). Pavlich joined Fox News in 2013 as a commentator and is editor of the conservativeTownhall.comwebsite. Yonge, Port St. Joe, Maclay sweep Dodge Sunshine Cup all-sports awards, Bolles's football field goes green with artificial turf, "Washington too fast for Bolles in state title rematch", The Association of Boarding Schools website: The Bolles School, "Bolles School grad hangs 10 to land 'Melrose Place' role", "Bolles Alumna's "Lightlark" Picked Up by Universal", The Association of Boarding Schools profile, Read the storyhere. Savannah Guthrie ('93), co-anchor of NBC's "Today" show,posted a pep talkto University of Arizona students on Twitter. You can see the project Sasha Loftis('13) is a Weekend Evening Anchor/Reporter at 8 News Now in Las Vegas. Barnesisa finalistin the local reporting category for Targeted, A Family and the Quest to Stop the Next School Shooter," which was published by The Oregonian/OregonLive in June 2018. Read the storyhere. The work ethic and character they develop here last a lifetime." Diana Ramos accepted the Sherman R. Miller 3rd Award for Outstanding Senior at Just Desserts. She workedas a journalist at the Tucson Citizen. Story. See the list at (more awards will be posted later). Liz OConnell(18) is a reporter at the Charlotte Business Journal. Clara Migoya's education story, "How Tucson students in hands-on courses are learning during COVID-19," helped lead the Feb. 15 front page of the Arizona Daily Star. Natalie J. DAnna('16) graduated in July with a M.S. Nick Smallwood, a master's student, produced aphoto galleryfrom the Zenger Award lunch honoring CNN's Christiane Amanpour and 12-year-old Hilde Lysiak. Their April 19 debut show included analysis of ESPN's new documentary series on Michael Jordan. Bill Murray('80) is a senior communications official at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC.Eun K. Kim'92 is the deputy White House editor at Politco. The "Today" show co-anchor made a quick recovery and helped host the Macy's Thanksgivingparade for NBC. Toblin earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University in 2001. She examined Guatemalan asylum seekers and how they were impacted by U.S. policies. This storied program boasts a long list of athletic accomplishments, including 140 team state titles, 487 team district titles, and 17 national titles. landed a reporting job with the Kitsap Sun, a Gannett newspaper in Bremerton, Washington. Noble, formerly with the Jackson Hole (Wyoming) News & Guide, won honorable mention for best photo essay ("Citizen's mount up"). Diana Ramos, the schools junior of the year, worked as a mentor at the Donald W. Carson Journalism Diversity Workshop. "I'm super-excited for whats to come," she said. He wrote the profile in Prof. David Cuillier's advanced reporting class. Our condolences go out to Austin and the Counts family. Burdette captured the Sherman R. Miller 3rd Award for Outstanding Senior. UA freshman already making a name for herself" and "Wildcats 'have to work twice as hard' to repeat as national champs starting Sunday. And check out UA's nearly 40 scholars since 1991 two or more races/ethnicities. Her father was a Tucson Police officer who directed traffic downtown. He is well known for his role as Sheriff Noah Stilinski in the MTV series Teen Wolf (2011-2017). Of the top twenty-five schools, Bolles was the only one with an Upper School enrollment of under 1,000 students. Antonia Muskatis posting photos from Orvieto, Italy. Click Here to Login. Victoria Yarnish('06) saw her iPhone photos of a co-worker wearing a bandanna mask inspire the Nov. 2 cover artwork for Time magazine the first time it replaced its logo with another word: VOTE. Broadcast students produced three Arizona Cat's Eye shows during the spring semester despite the pandemic. In memoriamYvonne Ervin, a 1984 J-school andArizona Daily Wildcat alumna and founding director of the Tucson Jazz Society, died Dec. 26 aftersuffering a heart attack after liver transplant surgery. Madison Beal(JOUR 506) published two stories in JOUR 506, "Rapid migrant expulsions strain Mexican border community," in the Tucson Sentinel on Dec. 15; and "Capacity Limitations Threaten the Survival of Tucsons Small Fitness Businesses" in the Arizona Daily Star on Nov. 1. Arizona Daily Star apprentice reporterClara Migoya'sstory, "This Tucson teen is on a crusade to require anti-racist lessons at school," waspublished April 3 on Page B1. Arizona Daily Star reporterStephanie Casanova('14) was among 44 media professionals nationwide selected for theMaynard 200 Fellowship. He spent last year working in California for the West Contra Costa Unified School District and as an assistant basketball coach at El Cerrito High. Marissa Heffernan, a NASA Space Grant intern, wrote a front-page centerpiece for theArizona Daily Staron March 5, "Researcher studies space dust, but stays grounded by mentoring Tucson youth." Their first guest on Sept. 1 wasformer Diamondbacks pitcher Brandon Webb. Pursuing excellence through courage integrity and compassion. About 56% of the population are Caucasian, 24% are Hispanic, 8% are Asian, 6% are African American, 2% are Native American, and 4% are of Profs. Diana Ramoshad a story in This is Tucson about the South Tucson neighborhood, La Doce, as it works to strengthen its community identity. Moragas project will take her to a dozen western national parks this summer to photograph the diversity of visitors and staff.