Heather Connelly

Heather Connelly, a native of Fargo, N.D., received her bachelor of science degreen in mass communication with a minor in apparel studies on May 11, 2002. While at NDSU she held the position of news editor at The Spectrum, the twice weekly student newspaper with a circulation of 7,000 papers per issue. Responbilities at the newspaper included editing writer's work, writing news articles and brainstorming ideas for upcoming issues.

Heather achieved dean's list grades in her classes, which included editing, photojournalism, broadcasting, mass communication ethics and theory, in addition to minor courses such as sewing, product development and apparel design. She also studied French for six years.

Her liberal arts education at Minnesota State University Moorhead combined with her major and minor at NDSU have given her a wide base of knowledge, making her jobs skills very versatile.

After she completes her internship with Gypsy Jam Productions, an entertainment promotions company, she hopes to find a job writing about fashion or the entertainment industry.

Neal Coolong, mass communication senior, smokes a cigarette between classes on the first nice day of spring.

Student government elections will go on in the Memorial Union on April 3 and 4. Here, a student picks up his ballot from members of the election committee.

Icicles form on the rock formations on the shore of Lake Superior near Blue Fin Bay Resort.

All of the rental units at Blue Fin Bay Resort are along the Lake Superior shoreline.

University of Minnesota-Crookston's Randy Thompson throws to home while North Dakota State University's Mike Peschel rounds third.

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