By Keytron Hill
Three questions for Glynn Hill, a senior at Howard University majoring in print journalism with a minor in political science.
Q: Why did you choose Howard University?
A: I needed a change of scenery from high school. I also felt that it was where I could grow the most personally.
Q: What made you change your major focus from broadcast to print?
A: One of my professors told me I needed to be able to write longform and hardcore reporting skills. That’s how it started. I decided to focus on that and go back and polish my broadcast skills later.
Q: What do you want to do with your degree once you graduate?
A: I want to be a print reporter coming out, but I don’t plan to stay there that long. I do a little bit of everything, I try to make sure I’m versatile and keep my options open.
Keytron Hill is a 2015 CAR Conference Knight Scholar and broadcast journalism student at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.