Cleve Bryan, 21, is a senior who covers
the military affairs beat for CNS-TV. He has interned as a general
assignment reporter at WMGM-TV in Atlantic City, N.J., and has worked as a
production assistant for University of Maryland Television. Bryan is earning
a double degree in Spanish and journalism at the university.
23, covers the police and court beats for CNS-TV. A native of Honolulu,
Hawaii, Hall received her associate's degree at Kap’iolani Community College in Diamond Head and is completing her bachelor's degree in
broadcast journalism and criminology and criminal justice at the university. Hall has had commentaries printed in Newsweek, Reader's Digest
and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. She has also written for the Honolulu
Advertiser and Perspectives, the university's English text. Hall has interned at WJLA-TV
Washington Bureau and has reported and anchored for WMUC, the university's radio station. Last year, Hall won
national award for
radio in-depth reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists. After
graduation, Hall plans to pursue a master's degree in criminology and
criminal justice while working full time as a broadcast reporter.
Hana Kim, 21, is a senior who covers the
homeland security beat for CNS-TV. Kim has interned at WJLA/NewsChannel 8
and the MHz Network. After graduation, she hopes to land an on-air job as a
general assignment reporter.
Kristen Mayer, 21, covers Baltimore City for
CNS-TV. She is a senior from Allentown,
Pa., who will graduate in May. She has interned at WFMZ News, an
independently owned television station in Allentown, and for the Baltimore
Orioles Television Network directing the play-by-play announcers in the
Taylor Pulling, 22, is a senior covering health and the environment for CNS-TV. She has
interned at The Washington Bureau, a freelance photography company that
specializes in conducting live interviews from Capitol Hill. A native of
Florida, she studied mass communication at the University of Central Florida
before transferring to the university in 2001.
2004 University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of
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