Heather Harrison is a senior communication major from Hazlehurst, Miss., majoring in communication with concentrations in broadcast & digital journalism and public relations. Harrison was previously involved with the Speech and Debate Council and is currently involved with The Reflector. In the future, Harrison plans to move to New York and pursue her career in Print Journalism.
Taylor Barr is a senior communication major from Marietta, Ga. majoring in communication with a concentration in theatre and math. Barr is involved in Lab Rats Comedy, WMSV, and props for Theatre MSU’s production of “Macbeth”. He is also the founder of The Midnight Bizarre and serves as president of the Blackfriars Drama Society. Barr plans to one day to work on designing at Cortland Repertory Theatre in Cortland, New York, or become a playwright, director, designer, or actor.
Collin Christein is a senior communication major from Northampton, Pa. majoring in communication with a concentration in communication & media studies. Christein is currently involved in the Wesley Foundation’s Straight Up Bible Study and Freshman Navigator. Christein is unsure about his plans for after graduation.
Addie Thompson is a senior communication major concentrating in public relations from Oxford. Thompson is involved in Public Relations Student Society of America, Shackouls Honors College, and Brickfire Mentoring Program. In the future, she hopes to work on the marketing and content management side for small businesses.
Lacretia Wimbley received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Print & Digital Journalism in 2016 from Mississippi State University. Wimbley grew up in Jackson, Miss., and she now resides in Denver, Colo., where she is a Justice Reporter at Colorado Public Radio.
Christine Bowman Murray
Christine Bowman Murray received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 2015 from Mississippi State University. In 2016, Murray earned her Masters of Science in Public Relations from Boston University. Murray grew up in Jackson, Miss., and she now resides in Gulfport, Miss., where she works remotely as a Senior Demand Marketing Manager at ADP, Inc.
Lindsey Eubanks received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Theatre in 2009 from Mississippi State University. Eubanks grew up in New Orleans, and founded Startorix Media Solutions.
Sarah Rendon is a senior communication major from Starkville, Miss., majoring in communication with a minor in political science and a concentration in communication and media studies. Rendon is involved in Music Maker Productions, served as a New Maroon Camp counselor and director, and served as an ACCESS peer mentor. Rendon plans on attending a graduate program to receive a Master’s in Public Policy or Public Administration. She hopes to one day work for a policy organization that works to enact real change in our country.
Moriah Norman is junior a communication major from McDonough, Ga., majoring in communication and a concentration in broadcast and digital journalism. Norman is involved in the Broadcast Education Association and Black Student Association. In the future, she plans to work at a news station as a sports reporter and work her way up from there.
Allyn Hackman is a senior communication major from Madison, Miss., majoring in communication with a concentration in theatre. Hackman is involved in Alpha Psi Omega, Blackfriars Drama Society, Theatre MSU and The Scene. After graduation, Hackman plans to go to professional screening auditions at SETC to look for acting gigs. If that doesn’t work out, she will find a “9-5 job” elsewhere and participate in regional and community theatre.
Anne Marie Lundy
Anne Marie Lundy is a senior communication major from Jackson, Miss., majoring in communication with a concentration in public relations. Lundy serves as an ambassador for the TK Martin Center, is a member of Kappa Delta sorority and a student worker for the Office of the Mississippi State President. Lundy is currently studying for the Law School Admissions Test and hopes to start law school in the fall of 2023. After finishing law school, she hopes to move to Washington to work toward benefitting the state of Mississippi.
Katie Rainwater is a senior communication major from Birmingham, Ala., majoring in communication with a concentration in print & digital journalism. Rainwater is currently involved in The Reflector, Involvement Ambassadors, Tri Delta sorority, and RUF. In the future, Rainwater plans to one day write for a newspaper, magazine or website. She is also interested in looking for a career in publishing or editorial.