On page 26, my article, A Light of Exposure, is re-published, concluding with a short profile on page 33.
The Journalism Education Association has selected Justice Bennett, a Malvern (Pennsylvania) Preparatory School senior as its 2016 Student Journalist Impact Award winner. Following a rash of local suicides, Bennett, who is editor-in-chief of The Blackfriar Chronicle...
Following my article about youth suicide in January 2016, Mrs. Tracy Behringer from the Chester County Mental Health organization wrote this up in the Chester County newsletter about my work.
Imagine having the opportunity to present at a national conference as a high school student. Well, that was the reality for two seniors, Justice Bennett and Ben Yankelitis, Co-Editors in Chief of The Black Friar Chronicle, who presented about how newsrooms can utilize social media to engage their audiences and share stories.
Bennett said, in the span of just two days, he said pulled together the ceremony which was held in the Duffy Center on campus, on Monday, Sept. 14. Multiple speakers whom Bennett arranged to come, spoke to students including firefighter and former Malvern teacher Dr. Joseph Oechsle and Jim McCans, Haverford Township director of paramedics. Both speakers highlighted the importance of 9/11 to students.
On Monday, Sept. 14, during Community Time Editor-in-Chief Justice Bennett and Student Council President Alex Freud led a student-run memorial for 9/11 in the Duffy Center. There was no official memorial planned for the upper school.
Video about the PSGE program which I am featured in.
An article Malvern Prep did about my summer after sophomore year with the PSGE program and Panama exchange.
My airline recycling project from 8th grade winning a Green Award from Main Line Today Magazine.