Geary gives final news podcast before graduation
By Paul Miller
Knightly News Co-Adviser
Knightly News Correspondent and former Vice President of the Media Club, Norman Geary, joined the Knightly News Podcast for his final news episode.
In the first segment, Geary discusses the recent Central Pennsylvania Employment Consortium (CPEC) job and internship fair, held Feb. 21, at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg in Camp Hill.
While attending, Geary discussed some of the students he spoke with regarding the event, as well as giving unique insight to how to approach a job fair such as this.
Discussions also included a recap of the Knightly News’ recent open house and a debate about the feasibility of “Tuition Free” college education.
In the second segment, Romeo Azondekon, Chief Diversity Officer at Central Penn College, reviews the Black History Month Luncheon.
According to Azondekon, this luncheon was one of the most well attended events in the history of the college.
In addition, Azondekon highlights the upcoming Alternate Term Break, where Central Penn College students can venture to Toronto over the break between the winter and spring terms.
In Toronto, students will be immersed in the culture of the city, all while doing community service and offering students a unique opportunity without missing any classes.
The podcast is completed with a special note from the Knightly News Media Club to Geary.
Editor’s Note: Geary has given a series of news podcasts over his last three terms and hopes to employ this experience at a future position after graduation.
Geary was one of the founding members of the Knightly News Media Club.