Joshua Stewart, a Tupelo, Miss., native, is a junior majoring in communication with a concentration in print and digital journalism. He currently works with The Reflector as the Life Editor. In the future, Stewart wants to fulfill his long-lived dreams of writing for a major publication, especially a newspaper in New York City or Washington D.C., or with an entertainment publication like Pitchfork.
Josh Foreman, a native of Jackson, Miss., has been a member of the Department of Communication faculty for three years teaching photographic communication; editing and design; and Bulldog Online Newsroom.
Vicki Burnett received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 1986. Burnett, a native of Louisville, Miss., currently resides in Starkville, Miss., owning her own company, Burnett Art. Burnett Art specializes in painting cowbells as well as some traditional paintings as well. The origins of her painting root back to 1983, when Burnett painted her first cowbell.
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Lynn Henderson Oldshue received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 1991 from Mississippi State University and then attended the University of Alabama and earned a master’s in Marketing. The Yazoo City, Miss. native now resides in Fairhope, Ala., serving as a journalist for Lagniappe, a newspaper in Mobile, Ala., as their Gulf Cost Correspondent for Alabama Public Radio.
William Rice Chandler received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 1998 from Mississippi State University. The Starkville, Miss., native now resides in Guntown, Miss., serving as Territory Manager with Oyster Point Pharmaceuticals. Chandler’s job territory covers northwest Miss., West Tenn., and northeast Ark.
Chelsea, Ala., native Jordan Smith is a senior communication major concentrating in public relations and minoring in business administration. In 2021, Smith served as director of New Maroon Camp, a campus organization that seeks to help freshmen acclimate to Mississippi State, learn traditions and find their place at MSU.
Myracle Evans, a Memphis, Tenn., native, is a senior communication major with a concentration in broadcast & digital journalism. Evans is involved in IDEAL Women and has been involved in the Residence Hall Association and PRISM.
Alicia Margerum is a senior communication major from Poplarville, Miss., majoring in communication with concentrations in theatre and communication studies. Margerum is involved in Theatre MSU and works as the organization’s scenic designer. In the future, she plans to work in scenic design professionally.
Chris Misun, a native of Ashland, Wis., joined the faculty of MSU’s Department of Communication in 2016 as a lecturer and then as full-time broadcast instructor 2.5 years ago. Misun received an Associate of Science in film and video production, a Bachelor of Science in entertainment business and a Master of the Arts in new media journalism, all from Full Sail University.
Flora Dedeaux is a senior communication major with concentrations in broadcast and digital journalism and public relations. From Gulfport, Dedeaux is involved with Bulldog Bash, serving as the public relations coordinator.
Tanner Marlar is a junior communication major concentrating in print and digital journalism. Originally from Kossuth, Miss., Marlar always had a passion for writing and sports, so he chose to combine the two, with hopes of covering sports for a major news outlet after graduation.