Tired of hearing about the future doctors, lawyers, and investment bankers of the world? Welcome to the club. Yesterday we introduced the Penn Undergraduate Media and Entertainment club to our site. Today, we want to introduce you to some of the undergraduate students who share a passion for media and entertainment. carolina marcialis antonio cassano graduate school personal statement essay examples cialis how long does it take https://themilitaryguide.org/14days/brainstorm-ideas-for-essay-papers/55/ cold blooded creatures poem analysis essay coursework english free https://easternpropane.com/savings/starter-viagra-prescription/87/ https://smartfin.org/science/centro-diagnostico-polispecialistico-ferrara/12/ source click follow url buy lantus online no prescription meilleurs prix cialis 20mg nexium para q se aplica en espanol https://journeysmobilevet.com/edimprove/indian-maker-tadalafil/26/ crotamiton over the counter painting thesis proposal amoxicillin cause tingling co author research paper essay about someone go to site persuasive research paper holocaust critical essays in music education celecox 100mg clomid viagra nas l kullan lmal commander du viagra rapidement free admission essay editing amitriptyline hcl and klonopin follow see url https://sfiec.edu/pdf/?docx=if-i-buy-an-essay-is-it-plagiarism follow link Penn Alumni, If any of these students spark your interest for a potential internship or job, feel free to contact them via LinkedIn (links are included in their names)!
Hanna Bottger (C’14) & Dakota Chandler (C’14) are the dynamic duo presidents of Penn UTV who spearheaded its revival and launch to cyberspace with pennutv.com. To complement their theoretical Communication degrees, Hanna and Dakota gain practical, hands-on production experience as the co-heads of Penn’s premier student-run television channel. In addition, Dakota and Hanna have interned with Alli Shearmur (C’87) and NBC’s “Today Show”, respectively, to sharpen their production skills.
Hayley Brooks (C’14) is a South Florida native double majoring in English and Cinema Studies. She splits her time between Philadelphia and Bikini Bottom, working as a project-based, part time employee at Nickelodeon. In addition, Hayley acts in the Vagina Monologues and co-writes a column for the DP. One of Hayley’s proudest moments? She “kind of held [her] own” when she met Tara Reid in the bathroom of Mr. Chow.
Kay Lu (C’15) is a Communication and Cinema Studies major from Hong Kong. She combines her love for production, marketing, and public relations in her role as head of publicity for the Vagina Monologues. Instead of kicking back on the beach, Kay has spent her summers interning at Alli Shearmur (C’87) Productions and other production companies and television networks in Beijing and Hong Kong.