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USA TODAY correspondent shares life lessons

Richard Benedetto

A White House correspondent for USA TODAY said May graduates should remember three key lessons he learned long ago: politicians are people too, always be fair and be civil and respectful. 
“I hope you take them with you as you head into your careers,” Richard Benedetto told the students and their families. “Your futures are bright. West Virginia University has prepared you well.”

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GolinHarris interns selected for summer and fall

Two WVU P.I. Reed School of Journalism students have been selected for the prestigious GolinHarris Mountaineer in DC Internship program for the summer and fall.

Stephanie Bostaph from Erie, Pa., and Alison Zemanski of Toledo, Ohio, will receive a $2,500 stipend and a weekly salary to work at GolinHarris, one of the world’s leading public relations firms, during the summer and fall semesters, respectively.

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