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Newspaper Welcomes Rising Senior as Pulliam Intern

Newspaper Welcomes Rising Senior as Pulliam Intern

June 15, 2012

Nana Aduba-Amoah, who will be a senior at DePauw University this fall, has "always had a passion for writing," notes the Journal Review of Crawfordsville, Indiana. The newspaper, which is hosting Aduba-Amoah as an intern this summer, offers a profile of the West Africa native, noting that she "is currently majoring in communication and minoring in political science with a concentration in journalism."

The article notes, "Aduba-Amoah began by writing news stories about on-campus and Greencastle events for The DePauw, as well as writing news casts for DePauw’s student radio, WGRE." The winner of a second place Indiana Associated Press Broadcasters Award in 2011, she previously "interned for Premier Tourism Group magazine, writing print and online articles 46 IMG 6180 LLabout various global tour sites and attractions."

Aduba-Amoah was the recipient of a Eugene S. Pulliam Internship through the Hoosier State Press Association. Pulliam was a 1935 graduate of DePauw, and his name graces the University's Center for Contemporary Media.

Read more at the Journal Review's website.