Students try their hand on their own shows in new initiative
By Paul Miller
Knightly News Co-Adviser
The Knightly News Media Club at Central Penn College announces The Knightly News Presents, an offshoot of the Knightly News Podcast, that allows students to do episodes about things that interest them.
The first such episode debuts with a two-part fantasy football themed show featuring club members Brian Christiana and Ian Kemmerer, and club co-adviser Paul Miller.
The show, separated into two different episodes, allows Christiana and Kemmerer to prepare listeners for their upcoming fantasy football drafts, typically occurring during the last two weeks of August until Labor Day.
During Episode 1, the discussion focuses on each individual’s top 25 players for 2017, as well as some important draft strategies for beginning players.
In Episode 2, the cast discusses new running backs and wide receivers on new teams, as well as some impact fantasy rookies for the upcoming season.
The Knightly News hopes to offer many more of these types of podcasts in the future, and already hasseveral in the works.
The Knightly News Media Club at Central Penn College is excited to release Episode 24 of our podcast, where we welcome Student Activities Director Adrienne Thoman, Associate Residence Life Director Dillon Epler and new Knightly News members Ian Kemmerer and Michael Ademola.
During Thoman’s segment, we discuss some fantastic events coming to campus, as well as some fantastic opportunities for our students.
As part of “Adrienne’s Featured Three,” Thoman discusses three marquee events on the May calendar: The Green Team’s Lawn Party on May 5 from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Pet-a-Palooza on May 20 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Festival of Nations on May 25 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
During the second segment of the podcast, Epler joins the Knightly News to discuss a wide variety of initiatives from the Office of Residence Life.
Epler describes several opportunities in the Resident Assistant (RA) program for those students who are looking for leadership opportunities and ways to decrease room and board costs at the college.
Another important subject that Epler discusses is the opportunity for themed housing in Central Penn College’s new Super Suites.
Learn more about our student housing here and contact Epler at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries about themed housing or RA positions.
The Knightly News would like to thank you for your continued support.