Olivet College names student media leaders
New leaders of student media for 2014-15 have been announced by the Olivet College Media Board.
Mitch Galloway, a sophomore from Coldwater, will continue as editor of the Olivet College Echo newspaper. Galloway, a journalism and mass communication major, is also a freelance writer for the Battle Creek Enquirer and writes for the Office of College Relations at Olivet College.
Junior Hayley Drummond has been named editor of the Garfield Lake Review, the annual literary magazine of the college. Drummond, from Williamston, is also a journalism and mass communication major and works for the Office of College Relations. She was a member of the Garfield staff this semester.
Travis Oberlin, a sophomore from Marshall, is the student manager of WOCR-89.1 FM, the college’s radio station. A journalism and mass communication major, Oberlin has been the voice of WOCR sports this past semester, broadcasting football and basketball games, in addition to other duties.
The Echo publishes every week during the academic semester. WOCR is on the air when classes are in session and streams live at www.wocrfm.com. The Garfield Lake Review is available, free for single copies, from journalism and humanities faculty members.
For more information about student media at Olivet College, contact Joanne Williams, associate professor of journalism and mass communication, at (269) 749-6630.