The Hornet Tribune

Editorial Division

Nefsa’Hyatt Brown

Editor-in-Chief

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Hello!  My name is Nefsa’Hyatt Brown, a junior at Alabama State University who has declared a major of political science and a minor in international relations.  I am from Mobile, Alabama, and my parents are Ms. Jenekia Thompson and Mr. Lewis Brown Jr.

I graduated from Baker High School in 2017 where I was a JEM Scholar which allowed me the opportunity to complete dual enrollment courses and ACT Prep, with an Honors Endorsement. In high school, I was extremely involved much like college.  I was president of Future Business Leaders of America, I wrote for my school’s newspaper The Hornet Herald, and I was my school’s lead orator as I came in 4th place in impromptu speaking at the state FBLA conference.

After arriving at Alabama State University, I began writing for the newspaper as a freshman.  Last year, I was named the Editor-in-Chief of The Hornet Tribune and I held on to that responsibility this year also.  I am a Golden Ambassador, a member of UNITE, NAACP, College Democrats, the WEB DuBois Honors Program, and the student lead for a community service program titled Read and Reign.

I would have to say that my mom has had the greatest influence on my life, in fact, I have no idea where I would have been or what would have become of me without her.  She is my light in a dark place, she is strong when I am weak, and through this journey, she is continuously building me up to be all of that I can be.

As I enter my third year on the staff and my second year as the editor-in-chief, I have always stressed the importance of expansion in terms of what I hope to accomplish as the editor. However, as time has gone on my focus has shifted to exposure through increasing our readership and ensuring that our content is something that is both informative and eye-catching to the audience.

Christine Shelton

Managing Editor for Operations and Staffing

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Hello!  My name is Christine Shelton, a junior at Alabama State University who has declared English as my major.  I am from Chicago, Illinois and my parents are Ms. Jacquelyn Jackson and Mr. Christopher Shelton.

I graduated from Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, Illinois where I was a member of the National Honor Society and vice president of my junior class.  I was also selected as the Most Valuable Player of the badminton team my senior year.

I chose Alabama State University because I heard they had a spectacular teaching program as I aspire to be an English teacher.  Since arriving at Alabama State University, I am active with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), NSLS, Student Alabama Education Association, Sigma Tau Delta, UNITE and the co-curriculum designer for a volunteer organization Read and Reign.

My parents and my grandmother have had the greatest influence on my life because they’re the reason I am the young woman I am today. They always kept me on the right track and kept me disciplined, and they’ve played a big role in why I’m so driven and goal-oriented in my studies. Another person who has had a great influence on my life is my high school Advanced Composition and African American Literature teacher, Mrs. Tiffany Stewart-Williams, as her class is the reason I chose to pursue a career in high school English education.

Trentqual Rhone

Managing Editor for Standards and Ethics

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Hello! I am Trentqual “Tre” Rhone a junior political science major with a minor in public administration at Alabama State University. I am from the historic city of Selma, Alabama, and my parents are Telly Johnson and Lakiesha Rhone.

I am an alumnus of Clarke County High School located in Grove Hill, Alabama. I graduated near the top of my class in 2017, with an academic honors diploma and two career technical endorsements -one for business and the other for engineering. Throughout high school, I was involved in several campus organizations including the Scholar’s Bowl Club, the BETA Club, and DECA. This is also where I became interested in writing, as I served as a writer for the school yearbook.

I chose to attend Alabama State University because I wanted to matriculate in an environment that would challenge and prepare me for success while valuing me and the voices of those who look like me. Since arriving at Alabama State, I’ve been an active member of several clubs and organizations, including the W.E.B. DuBois Honors Program, where I served as the 2018-2019 Vice President, and the First-Year Leadership and Empowerment Academy.

In addition to those organizations, I am a second-year student government association official, the 2019-2020 Mr. 1909 for the Alabama State University Chapter of The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and a Spring ‘19 initiate of the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

As the current Managing Editor for Standards and Ethics, it is my duty to ensure that work is both grammatically sound, ethical, and factual. Furthermore, my biggest goal for the Hornet Tribune is to ensure that the Hornet Tribune brand grows and maintains its status as a credible source for campus news.

Vacant

Managing Editor for Digital and Interactive Media

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Hello!  My name is , a junior at Alabama State University who has declared English as my major.  I am from Chicago, Illinois and my parents are Ms. Jacquelyn Jackson and Mr. Christopher Shelton.

My parents and my grandmother have had the greatest influence on my life because they’re the reason I am the young woman I am today. They always kept me on the right track and kept me disciplined, and they’ve played a big role in why I’m so driven and goal-oriented in my studies. Another person who has had a great influence on my life is my high school Advanced Composition and African American Literature teacher, Mrs. Tiffany Stewart-Williams, as her class is the reason I chose to pursue a career in high school English education.

I graduated from Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, Illinois where I was a member of the National Honor Society and vice president of my junior class.  I was also selected as the Most Valuable Player of the badminton team my senior year.

I chose Alabama State University because I heard they had a spectacular teaching program as I aspire to be an English teacher.  Since arriving at Alabama State University, I am active with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), NSLS, Student Alabama Education Association, Sigma Tau Delta, UNITE and the co-curriculum designer for a volunteer organization Read and Reign.

Vacant

Managing Editor for Presentation and Design

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Hello!  My name is , a junior at Alabama State University who has declared English as my major.  I am from Chicago, Illinois and my parents are Ms. Jacquelyn Jackson and Mr. Christopher Shelton.

My parents and my grandmother have had the greatest influence on my life because they’re the reason I am the young woman I am today. They always kept me on the right track and kept me disciplined, and they’ve played a big role in why I’m so driven and goal-oriented in my studies. Another person who has had a great influence on my life is my high school Advanced Composition and African American Literature teacher, Mrs. Tiffany Stewart-Williams, as her class is the reason I chose to pursue a career in high school English education.

I graduated from Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, Illinois where I was a member of the National Honor Society and vice president of my junior class.  I was also selected as the Most Valuable Player of the badminton team my senior year.

I chose Alabama State University because I heard they had a spectacular teaching program as I aspire to be an English teacher.  Since arriving at Alabama State University, I am active with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), NSLS, Student Alabama Education Association, Sigma Tau Delta, UNITE and the co-curriculum designer for a volunteer organization Read and Reign.

Vacant

Managing Editor for Visual and Multimedia

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Hello!  My name is Christine Shelton, a junior at Alabama State University who has declared English as my major.  I am from Chicago, Illinois and my parents are Ms. Jacquelyn Jackson and Mr. Christopher Shelton.

My parents and my grandmother have had the greatest influence on my life because they’re the reason I am the young woman I am today. They always kept me on the right track and kept me disciplined, and they’ve played a big role in why I’m so driven and goal-oriented in my studies. Another person who has had a great influence on my life is my high school Advanced Composition and African American Literature teacher, Mrs. Tiffany Stewart-Williams, as her class is the reason I chose to pursue a career in high school English education.

I graduated from Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, Illinois where I was a member of the National Honor Society and vice president of my junior class.  I was also selected as the Most Valuable Player of the badminton team my senior year.

I chose Alabama State University because I heard they had a spectacular teaching program as I aspire to be an English teacher.  Since arriving at Alabama State University, I am active with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), NSLS, Student Alabama Education Association, Sigma Tau Delta, UNITE and the co-curriculum designer for a volunteer organization Read and Reign.

 

Tayler Arnold

General Assignment Editor

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Hello, my name is Tayler Arnold, a senior rehabilitation services major with a concentration in addictions, from Powder Springs, Georgia.  My parents are Brigitta Respress and Roderick Arnold.I aspire to become a sports psychologist in the near future. I am currently an Alabama State cheerleader as well as a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success.

I went to McEachern High school, I was a cheerleader for two years and a captain as well. I was apart of TRI- M music honor society and a member of the orchestra for all four years. My greatest influence is my mother. She proves to me everyday to keep pushing and to stay motivated.  I plan to go to graduate school at Kennesaw State where I will be majoring in Psychology. I want to be a sports psychologist motivated.  I plan to go to
because I want to help athletes on the mental spectrum. Most people only focus on the physical.

 

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Vacant

Special Assignment Editor

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Hello!  My name is Anthoni Anna Wardlaw an undergraduate student studying at Alabama State University, majoring in psychology pre-med (specifically clinical psychology), aspiring to attend medical school to become a physician, specializing in the branches of psychiatry and possibly cardiothoracic surgery. I have maintained a 3.9 GPA (striving for a 4.0 of course) and I have been on the Dean’s List since my freshman year.

I am the recipient of the Incentive Academic Scholarship while also being a member of the Psychology Club since my first semester at ASU. This school year (2019-2020), I was accepted to participate in a program at ASU called TPaIDA (Tropical Pathology and Infectious Diseases Association). This program is a private educational organization that sends pre-med students to Peru to educate them in the basic science, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious tropical diseases. I am also certified in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel due to taking a dual-credit computer course at Stephen F. Austin High School during her senior year.

I have accomplished a number of hours in volunteer work.  Some of that work includes managing a Back to School “Backpack” Drive for the NJB Foundation, helping facilitate a Teen Health Summit for Young Mothers titled Young Mothers Don’t Quit! (YMDQ), assisting my golf coach as a trainer with the younger golfers, and shadowing Dr. Gregory Shannon, MD in his Gastroenterology Clinic at Memorial Hermann located in Sugar Land, Texas.

Kleo Torres

Recruitment and Retention Editor

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University News Editor

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My name is Gem Richardson and I am a sophomore biology major from Hampton, Georgia.  My parents are Gary and Arnel Richardson. I attended Dutchtown High School as well as Henry County College and Career Academy for Advanced Studies.

During my four years there, I held the title of class president until 11th grade. I was voted the SGA president during my senior year of high school as well as being a member of the volleyball team and being named Volleyball Player of the Year for 2016-2017.  I also held the position of secretary for the National Spanish Honors Society. I graduated cum laude with a 3.75 GPA, while receiving honors such as the leadership award, Athletic Academic Award-Highest GPA for both Varsity and JV Volleyball. Closing out my senior year, I hosted the baccalaureate where she gave an inspirational speech at graduation. I am also one of the founding members of 3RichKids, a developing organization that strives to uplift youth in the community.

After completing my studies at Alabama State University, I plan to pursue a career in public health focusing on the disparities in minority health. I greatly admire my parents and older sister, Gewel Richardson. My sister is one the greatest influences in her life. She is a successful graduate from Alabama A&M University. She currently holds the position of the Building Permit and Zoning Administrator for the city of Austell, and my sister constantly pushes her to strive and fight despite the obstacles put in her way.

As a reporter for The Hornet Tribune, I hopes develop stronger writing skills, in order to create a blog. With hopes of attending SEJC, Gem plans to network and learn other styles of writing.

Kennedi Smith

Assistant University News Editor

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Kennedi Smith
Dayton, Ohio
English and Political Science Double Major
After I graduate I plan to receive both my Masters and Ph.D. to ensure my success as a tenured Professor and Author.
Organizations: The Hornet Tribune, HBCUs for Bernie campus core leader, RANSOM campus ministry, NAACP.
Parents: William Smith II, Sha’Wanda Smith

After completing my studies at Alabama State University, I plan to pursue a career in public health focusing on the disparities in minority health. I greatly admire my parents and older sister, Gewel Richardson. My sister is one the greatest influences in her life. She is a successful graduate from Alabama A&M University. She currently holds the position of the Building Permit and Zoning Administrator for the city of Austell, and my sister constantly pushes her to strive and fight despite the obstacles put in her way.

As a reporter for The Hornet Tribune, I hopes develop stronger writing skills, in order to create a blog. With hopes of attending SEJC, Gem plans to network and learn other styles of writing.

Vacant

Local, State and National News Editor

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Hello!  My name is Nefsa’Hyatt Brown, a junior at Alabama State University who has declared a major of political science and a minor in international relations.  I am from Mobile, Alabama, and my parents are Ms. Jenekia Thompson and Mr. Lewis Brown Jr.

I would have to say that my mom has had the greatest influence on my life, in fact, I have no idea where I would have been or what would have become of me without her.  She is my light in a dark place, she is strong when I am weak, and through this journey, she is continuously building me up to be all of that I can be.

I graduated from Baker High School in 2017 where I was a JEM Scholar which allowed me the opportunity to complete dual enrollment courses and ACT Prep, with an Honors Endorsement. In high school, I was extremely involved much like college.  I was president of Future Business Leaders of America, I wrote for my school’s newspaper The Hornet Herald, and I was my school’s lead orator as I came in 4th place in impromptu speaking at the state FBLA conference.

After arriving at Alabama State University, I began writing for the newspaper as a freshman.  Last year, I was named the Editor-in-Chief of The Hornet Tribune and I held on to that responsibility this year also.  I am a Golden Ambassador, a member of UNITE, NAACP, College Democrats, the WEB DuBois Honors Program, and the student lead for a community service program titled Read and Reign.

As I enter my third year on the staff and my second year as the editor-in-chief, I have always stressed the importance of expansion in terms of what I hope to accomplish as the editor. However, as time has gone on my focus has shifted to exposure through increasing our readership and ensuring that our content is something that is both informative and eye-catching to the audience.

Corryn Carter

Viewpoints Editor

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My name is Corryn Carter, and I am a sophomore communications major with a concentration in recording technology. As a Montgomery native, I graduated from the esteemed Booker T. Washington Magnet High School, where I was a member of the National Honor Society and co-editor for the school’s yearbook.

In addition to working for The Hornet Tribune, I am the 2019-2020 Juvenile Justice Committee Chair for the NAACP. The people that have been the most influential in my life have definitely been all of my family’s matriarchs. I’ve inherited their quick wit and their burning desire to leave this world better than they found it. As a staff reporter and columnist, I hope to use my words to impact change both on my campus and within my community.

My name is Corryn Carter and I am a sophomore Communications major with a concentration in Public Relations and Image Management. I currently serve as the Viewpoints Editor for The Hornet Tribune. I am from the historic city of Montgomery, Alabama, and I am a graduate of Booker T. Washington Magnet High School. The two people who have been most influential in my life are my parents, Craig and Carmen Carter. Each of them have encouraged me to reach for the stars, pursuing my dreams at all cost. They have both been overwhelmingly supportive in each of my endeavors, and encouraged my involvement in various organizations and campus entities. Outside of the newspaper, I serve as the Juvenile Justice chairwoman for the Alabama State University chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

LaMonte Patterson

Assistant Viewpoints Editor

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Hello! My name is LaMonte Patterson, and I am a senior political science major and legal studies minor from Canton, Ohio. Upon graduation, I plan to attend law school with the intent to practice law in the entertainment industry. I have always been involved in music and drama from an early age, so I understand the importance of competent legal representation for artists.

As the Assistant Viewpoints Editor, I am responsible for collaborating with the Viewpoints Editor to ensure that the topics covered are of student interest. I am mainly involved with overseeing the quality of each column, as my primary goal is to make sure the section meets its deadlines with excellent results.

Before becoming part of the editorial division, I joined the Hornet Tribune in 2018 as a Staff Reporter and Columnist. Since joining the Hornet Tribune, the most rewarding part has been the outlet it provides me to inform students and express myself. The lessons being a member of the press has taught me about the importance of truth and accountability are also greatly appreciated.

My approach to opinion writing is primarily inspired by Ta-Nehisi Coates, which you will find reflected in my frequent appeals to reason and my propensity to draw meaningful musings from current events and everyday stories.

In addition to my work at The Hornet Tribune, I am active in several clubs and student organizations on campus. I am a member of the NSLS, NAACP, and I am the communications director for the College Democrats.

When I’m not busy writing about politics and social issues, I enjoy yo-yoing, reading a good book, and listening to the Joe Budden Podcast.

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Hornet Living Editor

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My name is                              The Managing Editor for Standards joined The Hornet Tribune during the Fall Semester. in the newly created position of managing editor, designed to help the foundation bolster its editorial systems and capacity. She is responsible for overseeing the daily flow of content across Wallace’s digital channels, as well as editing, writing and managing content for Wallace’s website and blog.

Prior to Wallace, Sanders worked on various teams at Teach For America, all with a focus on digital content and community engagement. Before that she was the editorial director at Lambda Legal, where she helped to spearhead the organization’s online advocacy program and move into the digital world. Her training, however, is old school, beginning with a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and stints at numerous print magazines as a writer, editor and copy editor.

Sanders holds a B.A. in political science from Barnard College and an M.A. in creative writing from City College. She is also a published novelist.

Mason Smith

Sports and Intramurals Editor

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Greetings! My name is Mason Smith. I am a junior communications major with a concentration in print journalism. I am from Atlanta, Georgia, and my parents are Ms. Angela Smith and the late George Smith.

I graduated from Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia, where I was involved in many organizations. I was in the marching band, a member of the basketball team all four years, a peer mentor, and I served as the vice president in the Beta Club.

I chose ASU because it allowed me to accomplish the feat of graduating debt-free. Graduating high school from a single-parent household forced me to consider how I can get a quality education while simultaneously removing as much stress as possible from my mom’s life. Thanks to ASU, I will graduate with a bachelor’s degree and either close to or completely debt-free.

So far during my time at ASU, I am a member of the Mighty Marching Hornets, the best band in the land! I am also a member of the honors program, and I serve as the vice president of the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. I can definitely say attending Alabama State gave me an experience that I would not get anywhere else.

Vacant

Assistant Sports and Intramurals Editor

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My name is                              The Managing Editor for Standards joined The Hornet Tribune during the Fall Semester. in the newly created position of managing editor, designed to help the foundation bolster its editorial systems and capacity. She is responsible for overseeing the daily flow of content across Wallace’s digital channels, as well as editing, writing and managing content for Wallace’s website and blog.

Prior to Wallace, Sanders worked on various teams at Teach For America, all with a focus on digital content and community engagement. Before that she was the editorial director at Lambda Legal, where she helped to spearhead the organization’s online advocacy program and move into the digital world. Her training, however, is old school, beginning with a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and stints at numerous print magazines as a writer, editor and copy editor.

Sanders holds a B.A. in political science from Barnard College and an M.A. in creative writing from City College. She is also a published novelist.

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Arts and Entertainment Editor

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Greetings! My name is Mason Smith. I am a junior communications major with a concentration in print journalism. I am from Atlanta, Georgia, and my parents are Ms. Angela Smith and the late George Smith.

I graduated from Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia, where I was involved in many organizations. I was in the marching band, a member of the basketball team all four years, a peer mentor, and I served as the vice president in the Beta Club.

I chose ASU because it allowed me to accomplish the feat of graduating debt-free. Graduating high school from a single-parent household forced me to consider how I can get a quality education while simultaneously removing as much stress as possible from my mom’s life. Thanks to ASU, I will graduate with a bachelor’s degree and either close to or completely debt-free.

So far during my time at ASU, I am a member of the Mighty Marching Hornets, the best band in the land! I am also a member of the honors program, and I serve as the vice president of the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. I can definitely say attending Alabama State gave me an experience that I would not get anywhere else.

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Alumni Connection Editor

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Greetings! My name is Mason Smith. I am a junior communications major with a concentration in print journalism. I am from Atlanta, Georgia, and my parents are Ms. Angela Smith and the late George Smith.

I graduated from Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia, where I was involved in many organizations. I was in the marching band, a member of the basketball team all four years, a peer mentor, and I served as the vice president in the Beta Club.

I chose ASU because it allowed me to accomplish the feat of graduating debt-free. Graduating high school from a single-parent household forced me to consider how I can get a quality education while simultaneously removing as much stress as possible from my mom’s life. Thanks to ASU, I will graduate with a bachelor’s degree and either close to or completely debt-free.

So far during my time at ASU, I am a member of the Mighty Marching Hornets, the best band in the land! I am also a member of the honors program, and I serve as the vice president of the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. I can definitely say attending Alabama State gave me an experience that I would not get anywhere else.

Vacant

Special Section Editor

Greetings! My name is Mason Smith. I am a junior communications major with a concentration in print journalism. I am from Atlanta, Georgia, and my parents are Ms. Angela Smith and the late George Smith.

I graduated from Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia, where I was involved in many organizations. I was in the marching band, a member of the basketball team all four years, a peer mentor, and I served as the vice president in the Beta Club.

I chose ASU because it allowed me to accomplish the feat of graduating debt-free. Graduating high school from a single-parent household forced me to consider how I can get a quality education while simultaneously removing as much stress as possible from my mom’s life. Thanks to ASU, I will graduate with a bachelor’s degree and either close to or completely debt-free.

So far during my time at ASU, I am a member of the Mighty Marching Hornets, the best band in the land! I am also a member of the honors program, and I serve as the vice president of the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. I can definitely say attending Alabama State gave me an experience that I would not get anywhere else.


Reporters/Writers

Alexis Butler is a 21 year old Nashville Native who attends Alabama State University, majoring in print journalism, and is currently a senior. As a graduate of East Nashville High School her passion is to inspire the youth to create and discover their purpose and passion. Just in November, of 2018, Alexis launched her very first business, Purposeful Planning, which is a stationary line created for the everyday women to keep up with daily task, live intentionally and discover their purpose.  Alexis is also a writer and has written for the Divah Filez, Kids extraordinaire Magazine, the Hornet Tribune, Gumptown Magazine and her very on campus blog and podcast the Hot Spot ASU. She is currently a lead campus ambassador of impressions of beauty and works everyday to network, inspire and learn

My name is Asllynne Kemp, a native of Birmingham, Alabama. I am currently a sophomore at Alabama State University majoring in Business Management. I attended Ramsay International Baccalaureate High School where I served as the captain of The Ramsay High School Blue Diamond Color Guard Auxiliary Team for two consecutive years, President of the Youth in Government Program with the Birmingham YMCA, and participation in FBLA. Upon acceptance to Alabama State University, I continued my love for band performances in 2018 and 2019 as a member of the Alabama State University Mighty Marching Hornets as a Lady of Distinction Flag Team member. While attending Alabama State, I have maintained Honor Roll status which afforded me the opportunity to be on the Dean’s List. I am currently a member of the National Society for Leadership and Success, and seeking other opportunities to improve my beloved ASU.

Name: Myles Shamburger
Hometown: Pine Hill, AL
Major: Communications: Radio & TV
Aspirations: I would like to be a Sports Analyst, Sports Journalist, TV Host, and Sports Commentator.
Organizations: National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, INC.
Parent’s Names: Edward and Rebecca Shamburger

Jasmine Richardson is a Column and Arts and Entertainment writer for the Hornet Tribune at Alabama State University. Jasmine was born in Cleveland, OH and raised in Pensacola, FL where she graduated High School from West Florida High School of Advanced Technology in 2016. In 2017, she graduated with her associate’s in general studies from Pensacola State College in May 2019 and transferred here to ASU August 2019 to receive a Bachelor’s in Science for her major in Psychology. Jasmine’s two parents, Lynn Hart and Tommy Gray still reside in Myrtle Grove, FL both retirees of Gulf Power Crist Plant. She is also a part of the Psychology club.  Richardson’s aspiration’s in life are to graduate with her B.S then go to Grad school at Florida A&M in Tallahassee to receive a master’s in Clinical Psychology. After achieving her master’s, she hopes to also receive a Ph.D. as well and move to Atlanta, GA and open her own private practice to assist the black community in healing generations of trauma. Jasmine aspires to normalize therapy being a necessity within her community so it won’t be passed down to another generation.  She is currently 22 years old and resides in Montgomery, AL for school.

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