K’Leigh Bedingfield is a junior Broadcast Journalism student from Clifton, Texas. She currently serves as the summer Editor-in-Chief for Texan News Service. K’Leigh says, “Summer is a great time for the Texan News Service to gain headway in preparation for the fall semester, I’m looking forward to working with the other staff members and I can’t wait to see the many things we’ll accomplish.” K’Leigh is also involved in the Society of Professional Journalists.
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Ian Troub is a senior Broadcast Journalism student from Copperas Cove, Texas. Ian currently serves as the Executive Producer/Writer for Texan News Service. He says, “I’m excited to get to focus on the broadcasts for Texan TV News.” Ian is also active as a Residential Leader, Intramurals, Tarleton Athletic Department, a Presidential Honors Program student, a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Delta Epsilon Iota, Student Life Planning Committee, Stephenville Christian School Volunteer, Catholic Campus Ministry, and Residential Living & Learning Master Plan Developing Committee.
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Landon Haston is a senior agricultural communications major from Jacksboro, Texas. He likes delivering timely news to Tarleton’s students and serves as the Regional News Manager for the Texan News Service. He says, “I’m looking forward to the news that we will be delivering to the Tarleton campus and branching out even more to the Cross Timbers area.” Landon also serves as Vice President of the Society of Professional Journalists at Tarleton, President of the Student Media Advisory Council, Treasurer of Delta Phi Xi and is a member of the Society of Leadership and Success.
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G. Houston Hall is a senior Broadcast Journalism student from Plano, Texas. He currently is the news manager/staff writer for the summer. He says, “I am most excited for writing top stories and meeting new people.” Houston is also involved in the Society of Professional Journalists.
Yaritza Corrales is a sophomore Communications/PREM student from Dublin, Texas. She is currently serving as the Web Manager for Texan News Service and Cross Timbers Trails Magazine. She says, “I’m getting closer to graduation. Related to my job, I get to do what I like which is web editing.”
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Megan Kramer is a junior Communications student from Copperas Cove, Texas. She is currently serving as the Editor for Cross Timbers Trails Magazine. Megan says, “I’ve been working with CTT for awhile, and now I’m the Editor, which means I get a chance to continue its improvement.” She is also involved with the Society of Professional Journalists as secretary and is a DJ of KXTR.