Communique: All Good Things Must Come To An End: Best Wishes To WHQR's Graduate Fellows
At WHQR, we have to get used to saying goodbye to our graduate fellows. This year, we're losing 3 students; we hope they've learned useful skills during their time with us. I sat down with them to hear about their experience with WHQR. Listen below to their farewell interview, plus 2 Web Extras-the first regards their plans for the future, while second is a dash of silliness for old time's sake.
Farewell and good hunting to Meg Young, Aurora Shimshak, and Melissa Stone. Thank you for your service.
Meg Young just graduated with a Masters of Public Administration, concentration in Non-Profit Management.
Melissa Stone just graduated with a Masters in English Literature, concentration in Women's & Gender Studies.
Aurora Shimshak is on the path to graduate in 2018 with an MFA in Creative Writing, concentration in Creative Nonfiction. In August, Aurora begins her new position as Managing Editor of ECOTONE Magazine.
Listen here to 3 segments from our conversation: