Bridgett Dillenburger – Senior, Communication (Public Relations)
Bridgett is a senior Communication major from Cincinnati, OH. She is minoring in Health Communication and Journalism. Bridgett has always had a passion for writing and wrote her first news article in first grade, as a reporter for her elementary school’s newspaper. Outside of Flyer News, she also writes for the College of Arts & Sciences Newsroom Blog and works at the front desk of Roesch Library. In her free time, Bridgett loves to go on camping trips with her family, especially in the fall.
Zoë Hill – Senior, Communication (Journalism), Political Science
Zoë is a senior Communication major from Springboro, Ohio. For Flyer News, she has written about everything from politics to donuts. She is also the president of UD’s chapter of the Society for Professional Journalists. When she’s not writing for Flyer News or her other job at UD Magazine, you can find her trading romance novels with her best friend, cooking, buying every pink thing she sees, going to more concerts than she can afford, eating tacos, or quoting Marvel movies a little too often. Zoë has also been known to “double fist” coffees in the morning, so you might just spot her at Heritage.
Tori Miller – Senior, English (Prof & Tech Writing), Communication, Medicine & Society
Tori is from Sandusky, Ohio where she’ll gladly tell you about her favorite coasters at Cedar Point. Between owning too many journals and watching animated television shows, she has always been inspired to write stories and conjure up fantastical worlds. Her love for writing began in second grade after she won a Christmas story publication contest for her local newspaper. Since then, she constantly has ideas in her head and a pen in her hand. Tori is an English major through and through with various on-campus jobs that have books or writing as the focus. Her help desk at Roesch Library is surrounded by books she still has to read, and she is involved on campus by interviewing people for UD Magazine or covering events for Flyer News. When she’s not working, you will probably find her running with UD Running Club, listening to an audiobook, or playing Pokémon.
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Luke Osciak – Junior, Communication (Public Relations)
Luke is a communication major with a concentration in public relations. He is from Hudson, Ohio, a small town outside of Cleveland. Luke has always shown an interest in anything artistic since he was young. In his free time, he enjoys reading, anything music-related, and watching movies. Outside of Flyer News, Luke lifeguards at UD’s Recplex. If he could live anywhere for the rest of his life, it would probably be somewhere by a beach.
Taylor Robertson – Senior, Communication (Journalism & Media Productions)
Taylor Robertson is a Dayton native. Growing up in the city of Huber Heights, the transition to the University of Dayton was seamless. Taylor began her journalism career by starting a series of Instagram live interviews titled, “On the Fly,” located on the official Dayton Athletics website. This past summer she took an internship at WHIO TV as an intern reporter. She enjoys hosting live events and covering Sports games around campus. Taylor also participated on the Women’s Track and Field team as a pole vaulter for four years. In her free time, she enjoys reality tv, cooking, and Pilates.
Assistant Sports Editor
Max Cross – Sophomore, Communication (Media Production)
Max, a Dayton native, has long been a fan of Flyer sports. In fact, he has been regularly attending UD men’s basketball games since he was 5 years old. In high school, Max developed his love of announcing and was given the opportunity to call numerous sporting events and emcee school events. The transition from high school announcing to his work with Flyer TV has been a fun and rewarding experience. Whether it is working a baseball live stream, or helping orchestrate media productions at the arena, he is always at home talking about or writing about just about any sporting event. In his spare time, Max loves playing drums, as well as playing intramural volleyball for UD.
Ren Sikes – Junior, Communication (Journalism)
Ren Sikes grew up moving around a lot, but landed in College Station, Texas which has become home for them. They use he/they pronouns and is a Junior journalism major that aspires to be a bestselling author. Between writing for their school newspapers and working on their novel, they grasp every opportunity to tell a story and share their opinions. UD has become a home away from home for them and they show that by being a part of RHA, the treasurer of SPJ, a member of Studio Theater, POD photographer and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community. As the Opinions Editor of Flyer News for the second year in a row, they look forward to continuing sharing their opinions with the student body and whoever else manages to get their hands on one of their articles.
Nick Gregor – Senior, Marketing
Nick is from Indianapolis, Indiana. Nick bleeds red and blue and is all in on Flyers athletics. When not working with Flyer News, you can probably find him in blue body paint at the Flyers basketball games with Red Scare. Nick is also a part of the Mock Trial team, and plans on attending law school after his undergrad.
Morgan Currier – Junior, Marketing
My name is Morgan Currier. I am a marketing major from Dayton, Ohio. On campus, I am involved with 4 Paws for Ability and Gamma Epsilon Delta. I also run my own clothing business and in my free time, I love going to sporting events and spending time with my friends and family. In the future, I plan on becoming a pharmaceutical sales representative.
Social Media Director
Baylee Medvetz – Junior, Marketing, Management
Baylee is a Marketing and Management double major from Cleveland, Ohio. She is involved in Women in Business as the VP of Marketing and also runs her own small business. Some of her favorite things are traveling, watching New Girl or Adam Sandler movies, and spending time with friends and family.
Circulation and Podcast Manager
Terrance White – Sophomore, Communication (Communication Management), Marketing, Public Relations
Terrance is a sophomore Communication major from the suburbs of Chicago with a concentration in Communications Management in addition he also double minors in Public Relations and Marketing. He is also the secretary for the Public Relations Chapter here at the university. Post-college he intends to go into the agency consultancy world. He looks forward to working with the Flyer News team and writing a few pieces as well.
Skylar Barlow – Junior, Graphic Design
My name is Skylar Barlow, and I am a junior graphic design major from Dayton, Ohio. I’ve always had a passion for art and love to be creative. I also help design for the Flyer PR team. In my free time, I love going to the gym and hanging out with friends!
Director of Photography and Visual Media
Keegan Gupta – Senior, Business Administration, Management
Keegan is from Columbus, Ohio, and entering his senior year here at Dayton. He joined Flyer News his first year and began doing media for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. Over the years, Keegan has covered all Dayton Athletic Sports, ESPN College Gameday, A-10 tournaments, and TBT. His work is featured all over social media and has been on players’ merchandise with the recent NIL deals. When Keegan isn’t taking photos at sporting events, you can find him traveling, spending time with family/friends, or working on his next business venture. Keegan is also involved with Flyer Consulting on campus and works in real estate here in Dayton and in Columbus. Keegan plans to enter into tech or medical sales postgrad.