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|LSU grad students interning at Sentinel|
LSU journalism graduate students Matt Barnidge and Ian Stanford are interning at the Concordia Sentinel this summer.
Barnidge is a second-year master's student in journalism at LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication, where he serves as a graduate assistant and has written for the school's newspaper, The Daily Reveille.
Born in Lafayette, Barnidge grew up in Houston, Tex., and attended University of Texas-Austin, where he majored in history and anthropology.
Stanford will obtain a master's degree in journalism from LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication in August. He has enrolled in the doctoral program in public policy at George Mason University in Virginia this fall.
Stanford was a graduate assistant while at LSU, and had several stories printed in professional publications last year, including the Baton Rouge Advocate and the Pensacola News Journal. He interned at the New Orleans public relations firm Creative Industry, USA, last summer. Stanford is from Alexandria, and attended LSU for his degree in advertising.
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