Krysta initially found her love for journalism when she was still attending Fullerton College. She began writing for their weekly newspaper, The Hornet. She eventually worked her way up and became the Editor in Chief there, where she really developed her passion for and understanding of news. While she was still at Fullerton, Krysta was accepted to an internship at Access Hollywood, where she discovered her passion for TV. Krysta transferred to Biola last year as a broadcast journalism major. Last year, Krysta interned at KABC in several departments including entertainment, health, consumer reporting and general news. She loves journalism because it holds people accountable and forces us to not take things at face value. Her hobbies include working out in the gym and studying apologetics.
Ky Sisson likes asking people tough questions. An investigative journalist at heart, Ky loves to get out the shovel and dig for truth. Born and raised in Reno, Nevada, Ky worked as an editor for his high school newspaper. He also hosted and produced a morning television show with a friend at Manogue High School in Reno. Upon choosing to attend Biola University, Ky hit the ground running covering stories such as Occupy L.A., Dr. Conrad Murray trial, and the Seal Beach salon shooting. He is the host of “On the Scene with Ky Sisson” and loves traveling around Los Angeles finding all of the cultural hotspots and best places to eat.
Taylor loves the idea of visual story-telling. There is something about images that really drives a story and she seeks to keep her audience engaged through the images she uses in her stories. Taylor also loves talking to people and hearing their stories. She likes to ask the questions that are going to bring her closer to the truth of a situation. Taylor has interned with the KDVR Fox 31 News Department in Denver, Colorado. She is currently a media relations intern with Biola University and works as a producer for Eagle Vision as well as a reporter.
Carissa Lehmkuhl has wanted to study journalism since middle school. Now a senior in Biola’s broadcast journalism program, Carissa is currently a news producer for Eagle Vision. She considers journalism an excuse to be nosy and ask lots of questions, and an excuse to talk to anyone and everyone. “I became a journalist to come as close as possible to the heart of the world” – Henry Luce, 20th century journalist
Brieana Jordan always thought she was going to go into the medical field, but it was until her senior year in high school, after watching the 2010 FIFA World Cup and being in a video production class, that she knew broadcast journalism was the major for her. She loves the Los Angeles Clippers and Dodgers, FC Barcelona and Manchester United. Besides loving sports, she also loves discovering new music. Brieana feels that in order to become a great journalist, you have to be good at everything which she strives for. She likes behind-the-scenes work, has written for the Chimes, and is currently a reporter and videographer for Eagle Vision.