Georgia Southern selects Student Media 2018-2019 staff
Seven Georgia Southern students have been selected to lead the University's student media operations in the 2018-2019 school year.
Matthew Enfinger will be editor-in-chief of The George-Anne, Statesboro edition. He will direct news coverage for the weekly student newspaper and its website, www.thegeorgeanne.com. He is a rising senior from Hephzibah, Georgia, majoring in writing and linguistics.
Dan Hayes will be editor-in-chief of The George-Anne, Inkwell edition. He will oversee the weekly newspaper serving the Armstrong and Liberty campuses and its website, www.theinkwellonline.com. He is a senior from Savannah, Georgia, majoring in English/professional communications.
Rebecca Hooper will serve as creative editor-in-chief, in charge of design and photography for The George-Anne and all other printed products on the Statesboro Campus. She is a rising junior from Pooler, Georgia, majoring in marketing.
Kenyatta Brown will serve for the second consecutive year as business manager, in charge of advertising and sponsorship sales for the Statesboro Campus. She is a senior from Augusta, Georgia, majoring in middle grades education.
Haley Clark will serve for the third consecutive year as public relations and marketing manager, in charge of reader services, events and staff recruiting on the Statesboro Campus. She is a senior from Bloomingdale, Georgia, majoring in marketing.
Blakeley Bartee will be editor-in-chief of Reflector magazine, the Our House guide for new students and a website, www.gsureflector.com. She is a rising senior from Columbus, Georgia, majoring in writing and linguistics.
Brandon Wright will be editor-in-chief of The Circle, an online news service emphasizing video on multiple platforms, including www.thecirclegsu.com. He is a rising senior from Macon, Georgia, majoring in multimedia film and production.