Bengal Staff

Scott, Editor-in-ChiefEditor-in-Chief: Andrew Crighton | ude.usinull@feihCGB

Andrew is a political science and secondary education major in his third year of higher education and second year on The Bengal staff. He is also the incoming editor-in-chief. He enjoys politics, cycling, debate, billiards, and doing anything that involves the mountains. He hopes to combine the skills learned at The Bengal with his studies to increase interest, awareness, and involvement in the underrated world of politics and government. His end game is to carry on into a career of journalism, and perhaps plunge into the realm of government to more directly affect the world and society around him.

IMG_MadeleineNews Editor: Madeleine Coles | ude.usinull@sweNGB

Madeleine is a sophomore at ISU and a member of the honors program. She is majoring in communications with an emphasis in journalism and hopes to one day live in New York City, working as an editor at a major paper or magazine. Madeleine loves to travel; she has been to Jamaica, Germany, Hungary, Austria, and France, as well as some of the major cities in the U.S. She also loves writing in any form and is a wannabe spoken word poet. In addition to writing she enjoys acting, casual tennis playing, reading, and binge watching Netflix. Madeleine lived in Idaho Falls for the first three months of her life before moving to Rigby, where she lived ever since. She is very excited to be at ISU and even more excited to be working for The Bengal.

tigerLife Editor: Currently open | ude.usinull@efiLGB

 

 

 

Saroj LamichhaneProduction Editor: Saroj Lamichhane| ude.usinull@tuoyaLGB
Saroj is a communication major with an emphasis on multiplatform journalism at ISU. He is working as an intern with CEWT for videographer and video editor position. He is also serving a position of communication officer for Advertising Federation and communication officer and fundraiser at SACAA. Previously, he worked as a public co-ordination for NSA during his first year in the college.

Lamichhane came from Nepal to ISU with an aim to be a journalist for broadcasting and paper media. He wants to be a foreign correspondent and a television presenter in a recognized media after graduating from ISU. He had also worked as a radio presenter in Nepal during his high school, and involved in media marketing and writing for the film industry. He had won “The Best Entertainer of The Year” award in the last year of his high school, entertaining audiences through his caricature and creative speech on the stage. His friends and colleagues were shocked by his talent. He has also been making short documentaries and interviews video since past few years. Lamichhane has a good knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud, and for this, he is thankful to his supervisor, Paul M. Dickey, who works as a video instructor at CEWT. Storytelling, reporting, cinematography, movie direction, radio or television presenter, and advanced graphics and video editing are some of his favorite jobs that he would give up to anything.

Lucas GebhartSports Editor: Lucas Gebhart | ude.usinull@stropSGB

Lucas is a communications major with an emphasis in multi-platform journalism. Born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, Lucas lives and dies with Denver Broncos football. He is also an avid Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado State and Denver Nuggets fan. Sports has always been a huge part of Lucas’ life but he also loves to travel. Lucas and his dad have a life-long goal of visiting all the major league baseball parks. They have been to 29 major league ballparks, including parks that no longer exist such as the old Busch Stadium and the Metro Dome. On the agenda for next summer, is a trip to New York to visit Yankee Stadium. He one day hope to work in the Denver media, covering the teams he grew up watching.

 

SachaOnline Editor: Sacha Johnson | ude.usinull@enilnOGB

Sacha is an Instructional Technologist for the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University. She creates videos, animations, and interactive activities for online/distance learning students. Her research and instructional interests include self-directed and situated learning, learner motivation, adaptive instruction, and virtual laboratory simulations. She is passionate about creating authentic and meaningful online learning experiences for students. She is happy to be on board with The Bengal as she enjoys working with web design in her spare time.

Terryn Hardy; photo credit: Tricia Clonts BastianStaff Writer: Terryn Hardy | Hude.usinull@rreTdra

Terryn Hardy is a third year music education student at ISU. Terryn plans on becoming a middle school band teacher. Terryn grew up in Southern Arizona but moved to south central Idaho six years ago. Terryn enjoys music and photography and adventuring in the outdoors.

 

 

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Photo Editor: Currently open | ude.usinull@otohPGB

 

 

 

tigerStaff Photographer:  Courtney Pierce | ude.usinull@ruoCreiP

Courtney is a first-year biology student and is working towards attending medical school and becoming an orthodontist in Seattle, Washington. She is originally from Boise, Idaho where she attended Renaissance High School and graduated with her associate of arts degree. In her free time, Courtney enjoys drawing, painting, playing instruments, singing and most of all photography. Her lifelong goal is to become a photographer for National Geographic and travel the world.

 

tigerAdvertising Manager: Currently open | ude.usinull@sdAGB

 

 

 

tigerBusiness Manager: Jason Sperry | ude.usinull@osaJrepS

 

 

 

Adviser: Jerry Miller | ude.usinull@rreJlliM  208-282-2688

Jerry Miller is a native of east Idaho, raised on a small farm and ranch with six sisters and one brother. A graduate of Sugar-Salem High School, Miller earned an Associate Degree from Ricks College in Rexburg and his BA, majoring in communications from Brigham Young University. He also earned a minor in Asian languages.

Miller began a career in radio broadcasting as a DJ and sports announcer at a tiny station in St. Anthony, Idaho. He continued his career at KSL Radio in Salt Lake City as a news anchor/reporter, eventually being named as sports editor. In that position Miller covered professional baseball, hockey and NBA basketball, being named as the back-up radio announcer to Utah Jazz broadcaster “Hot Rod” Hundley. Miller also broadcast BYU basketball games, as well as providing live coverage of numerous NCAA basketball tournaments held in Utah, including the 1979 Final Four where he did work for CBS Radio Sports, the Mutual Radio Network, Associated Press Sports and United Press International Sports.

In 1982, Miller was hired by KSEI radio to become the “Voice of the Bengals” at Idaho State University, broadcasting men’s basketball and football games. After 12 years in that role, Miller worked for three years as a technical writer at the Idaho National Laboratory, and four years as the Director of Information for the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation, writing hundreds of press releases and editorials for the state’s largest agriculture lobbying organization. During that time he also managed production of the Farm Bureau News, distributed to over 45-thousand families in Idaho every month.

Miller came to Idaho State University full-time at Thanksgiving of 1999 as general manager of the school’s fledgling public radio station, KISU FM, a position that he still holds as part of his title as Director of Student Media, which includes the position of adviser to The Bengal. He also returned to broadcasting ISU sports, calling Bengal women’s basketball games from the 2000-01 season through the 2007-08 season, after which he returned to calling football and ISU men’s basketball games, a job he holds to this day.

Miller holds numerous awards for his work, including Idaho Sportscaster of the Year, Best Idaho Spot News and Sports News stories from United Press International, as well as awards from the American Farm Bureau and Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts. He and his wife Rozan have been married for 39 years, with seven children and 17 grandchildren.

Distribution Team: Terryn Hardy and Madison Shumway