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news on the hill Bellarmine student wins speech competition Bellarmine University student Allison Pawley bested five other speakers to win the 3rd annual Speak Up Kentucki- ana intercollegiate speech competition, which was held on Bellarmine’s campus at the end of the spring semester. Her topic was “Rock the Vote.” The competition involved students from Bellarmine, Jefferson Community & Technical College and the University of Louisville. Rachel Platt, an anchor on WHAS-TV, served as master of ceremonies and the judges were Amy Broecker Kessler, vice-president, Broadway Across America’s Midwest Region, and John Blim, vice president & marketing director of the WHAS Crusade for Children. The competi- tion was coordinated by Winnie Spitza, undergraduate chair of Bellarmine’s From left to right, Kenley Downing, BU; Julia Hunter, UL; Ryan King, UL; Rachel Platt, WHAS-TV; School of Communication. Dalton Kreakie, JC&TC; Allison Pawley, BU; and Emily Robinson, JC&TC. IDC adjunct professor Ned Berghausen and five of his students were in attendance when Nobel Peace Prize winner Daw Aung San Suu Kyi visited Louisville in September. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi From left to right, the students are Daniel Edelen, Adam Meyer, Trevor Fralick, Kelsey Bartsch, and Carly Melia. 14 BellarMine Magazine


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