“Travel and storytelling are two of my passions that fit perfectly into broadcast. As a reporter, I want to go all over the world telling stories; whether it be beautiful and exotic or dark and desolate I want to go to as many places as I can and tell the story of the people. My goal is to report in a way that brings light to even the darkest of these and enlightens our world to the vast array of situations, societies and stories living within it.”
Keri Lusk is a sophomore broadcast major and this is her second semester as a reporter for EagleVision. Minoring in political science, she is very interested in culture trends and storytelling. Keri has been a writer for the Chimes for two years while taking broadcast and politically driven classes because she strives to be as convergent as possible. She hopes to study in Washington D.C. next fall to report on the Midterm Elections, and eventually lead anchor EagleVision.
I was born and raised in Southern California, and my family has always been a Biola family, so to come here was a no brainer. I’m a sophomore now, and absolutely in love with my broadcast journalism major. I love stories: telling them, hearing them, and even being a part of them, and broadcast lets me do that while still giving me the possibility to meet new and exciting people! I’d love to become a reporter in the future and be able to use my platform to bring attention to ministry opportunities or social justice issues in the news.
San Diego native Alyssa Alvarez is a senior in journalism and excited about her first season of reporting for Eagle Vision. As a hybrid journalist with experience in writing, editing, photojournalism, and broadcast, Alyssa’s passion for storytelling grows with each assignment. Through reporting for Eagle Vision, writing and editing for the Point Magazine, and working part time with a non-profit to tell the stories of people across the world, Alyssa has developed a deep love for journalism that has inspired her to use it for the Kingdom of God. Her hopes for the future include continuing to amplify the voices of the unheard and impoverished across the world through all mediums of journalism and to take the gospel to those groups.
Richard Daniel Martinez was born and raised in Lakewood, WA. He has grown up a sports fanatic of all sorts and watches Sportscenter religiously. He is pursuing a degree in Journalism, with an emphasis in ‘Broadcasting’. He also is a member of the Biola Torch, the radio station here on campus, as an announcer for play-by-play. He aspires to be a sports announcer/show host and would one day hope to work for ESPN where he can bring the world of sports in fun and personable way, while highlighting the glory of God throughout sports.
Leslie Ambriz is a junior, Journalism major with an emphasis in Broadcast. She hopes to one day travel the world and become a multimedia music journalist. Her passions include fashion, music, and listening to others speak about their passions and talents.
Jocelyn Aubrey Horsager is from San Jose, CA. She is pursuing a degree in Communication studies with a minor in Journalism. Jocelyn aspires to become a director or a producer someday. She loves the fast pace atmosphere of the TV industry and believes she can be a positive role model to those she encounters.
Diana Vanessa Garcia was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She is pursuing Journalism with an emphasis in ‘Broadcasting’. Diana is also a Leader of a Ministry on campus called ‘Scripture Dig.’ She aspires to become a host/reporter and would love to join forces with Documentary filmmakers. Where she will be able to combine her reporting skills and ministry and be a voice to the voiceless through her storytelling.
Victoria Sutherland is a Sophomore Journalism Major with an emphasis in Writing and Publishing. She hopes to use this major to become an editor at a publishing house, as well as an accomplished author. She is passionate about all things entertainment and loves to be involved in it as much as possible. Victoria is eager to learn during her time at Eagle Vision and looks forward to this upcoming season.
Erik is a huge sports fan, and between that passion and his love for people, he looks forward to a future in journalism. He plans to work behind the scenes either producing or as a videographer. He also enjoys discovering new places and food.
Morgan McKay and is a junior in Broadcast Journalism. Morgan hopes to travel and help influence people through broadcast. She’s excited to see where the future will take her and loves being involved in every project that she can be.
Quinn is a sophomore broadcast major and was born and raised in Bend, Oregon. She loves the storytelling aspect of journalism and the fact that no two stories are the same. Quinn has a passion for giving a voice to the voiceless and sharing the love of God even through difficult stories. Eventually, she would like to partner with a ministry organization and share their stories.
Dylan Pruchnic is a zealous music fan with a passion for history. She was born in Texas, but was quickly uprooted to locations all around the world. After completing 18 years as a military kid she decided to make one more move from Spokane Washington, to Los Angeles California. Upon arriving at Biola University she was a Bio- Chemistry; however, her love for writing and music developed into a void that could only be filled through journalistic pursuits. As a senior, ready to embark on another year, she believes the possibilities are endless. “My dream is to travel the world, document history in the making, and listen to a band, or two, along the way.”