Why Turn Out the Lights?

Ever since our first episode aired back in 2011, we've been signing off with our tag line "Don't Forget to Turn Out the Lights." It's only appropriate to hit the lights before you leave a locker room!

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  • Meet the Crew

    Leia Bacuyag - Anchor/Reporter/Studio Assistant
    Sophomore Film & Digital Media Production Major from the cornfields of Urbandale, Iowa. Aspiring to stamp my name on the big screen and work among the greats. If you say sport, I'll say fencing. Otherwise, I grew up cheering for the Iowa Hawkeyes. In any other case, I will always cheer for the underdog. Often found in the IC at ungodly hours. I specialize in words. When I asked where I could get production experience outside the classroom, I was directed to RSL. By my first episode with the crew, I knew two things: this is definitely an experience I can grow from and I found a group of role models.
     
    Ralph Braseth - Presiding Professor
    By fate, curses and blessings, Braseth was born to be a teacher. A journalism professor and journalist, Braseth has served as Loyola's manager of student media for five years. Before coming to Chicago, Braseth served as an administrator and journalism professor for 21 years at Ole Miss including a 10-year stint as director of student media. Braseth's approach to student media centers on directly challenging students and asking them to do more than they've ever done before. "Discomfort is the sweet spot for learning." Braseth has degrees from Western Washington University, The University of Missouri School School of Journalism and the University of Mississippi. One of Braseth's career highlights includes helping more than 200 students get their first jobs in the news business.
     
    Emily Brown - Anchor/Reporter
     
    Jessica Brown - Presiding Professor
     
    Kristina Carbonara - Anchor/Reporter
     
    Joaquin Carrig - Co-Executive Producer/Anchor/Reporter
    Senior Broadcast Journalism major from Greensboro, NC. Avid sports aficionado without an athlete’s body. If you can’t join ‘em, cover ‘em. Men’s basketball beat writer for the Loyola Phoenix. Pursuing a career in either sports analysis or play-by-play announcing. Die-hard San Francisco Giants fan who maintains firm belief in the kid, the freak, Tim Lincecum. Also, watch out for my Carolina Panthers and the bold, courageous SuperCam. Well versed in deadpan sarcasm. Hope that clears up any confusion, I know I’m mysterious. Joined RSL to get experience working on a TV show dedicated to sports. Fantastic learning experience, whether you are filming for a video package, producing the show, or anchoring. Love everyone that is involved with the show. Truly one of the greatest and most beneficial decisions of my life.
     
    Jamason Chen - Manager of Technology
     
    Jim Collins - Studio Manager/Audio and Video Production Coordinator
     
    Madeline Kenney - Anchor/Reporter
    Sophomore Journalism major from Lincoln, Nebraska. I joined the sports locker because I thought it'd be a good experience and I love sports. Go Big Red!
     
    Alison Krakowiak - Anchor/Reporter
    Sophomore with an undecided major from Valley City, Ohio. I joined the Sports Locker because I knew it was a fun environment where I would be able to get involved in something I am interested in. I am also hoping that by working here I will be able to gain a better insight of what I want to do once I graduate.
     
    Milap Mehta - Anchor/Reporter
     
    Bridget Murphy - Anchor/Reporter
     
    Grace Runkel - Co-Execuitive Producer/Anchor/Reporter
    Sophomore Journalism major, (unfortunately) from Floyd's Knobs, Indiana. I joined the Rambler Sports Locker knowing little about broadcast journalism, and absolutely nothing about sports. Despite those minor details, the crew at the Locker took me in and graciously allowed me to get involved right away. Whether I’m behind the camera or in front of it, I learn something new each week and get hands-on experience you can’t find anywhere else at Loyola. Above all, I am grateful for the amazingly talented and supportive group of people I get to work with on a weekly basis.
     
    Arianna Slater - Anchor/Reporter
     
    Maria Szatkowski - Anchor/Reporter
    Senior Broadcast Journalism major from Detroit, Michigan. I'm also minoring in Italian and Japanese. I joined Rambler Sports Locker because of the great experience that comes with being apart of it. Even though I am not the biggest sport enthusiast, I enjoy being apart of such a fun and great production. RSL has helped me learn a lot of the broadcast essentials, both in front and behind the camera.
     

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