Spring 2013 Staff

Jonathan Paul, Reporter

Jonathan Paul

Jonathan Paul, a senior communications major, got the passion for journalism during high school. He took part in the school newspaper, the Carib Link, and fell in love with writing. He was attracted to journalism because he did not want to rely on newspapers or magazines for information. He aims to live by the motto of Editor Henry Anatole Grunwald: “Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak, and speak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the air.”

Arige Shrouf, Reporter

Arige Shrouf

“This is my first time writing for a school paper. Although I like to write, I had never really been interested in news writing before, but the experience has been a good one. I have gotten the chance to explore a different kind of writing and to be a part of a dedicated writing team.” – Arige Shrouf, freshman, English major

Resia Thomas, Web Designer

Resia Thomas Black and white

“Art imitates life, and life imitates art.” With that being said, senior Resia Thomas is a communications major with a passion for video journalism. She thoroughly enjoys capturing cutting-edge news, shooting, and working with TV anchors that can sell a story, bringing the traditional words on a paper to life on a visual screen. Resia also thinks that the art of editing in video and audio production is crucial to delivering a well-rounded news story. She says, “People like exciting things. I like exciting things…things that can keep you on your toes because news is constantly changing. I have an interest in telling stories of people who may have something to tell via pictures and video.”

Karla S. Berridge, Reporter


Karla is currently a senior, communications major. Her interest in journalism led her to this course of study. She believes in “bringing the news to the masses in an informative, unbiased manner.” According to Karla,”If your aim is to change the world, journalism is a weapon of choice.”

Wyndi Ambrose, Editor-in-Chief


Wyndi, a senior, communications major, is convicted of the power of perspective in changing lives and is naturally curious about what everyone is up to. She’s passionate about journalism because it satisfies her interest in people and allows her to share their perspectives with the world. “Everybody has a story,” she says, “and each story has a lesson that can change the world. I believe it’s my job to use the gifts God has given me to tell those stories well in order to ultimately generate positive change.”

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