Charnice Milton


About Me: 

Charnice Milton is a magazine, newspaper and online Journalism graduate student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She is also working as an intern for Syracuse University Magazine, an on-campus publication for SU students and alumni. She earned a B.S. in communication studies (interpersonal option) with a minor in creative writing at Ball State University where she was a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the communication studies honor society.

Her work has been featured in "Writing Out of the Margins," a literary magazine for Ball State and "Medley," Syracuse University's magazine about cultural diversity. Charnice also worked as a research assistant for the book "Surviving an Thriving: 365 Days of Black Economic History" by Dr. Julianne Malveaux.

Her interests include pop culture, reading, researching, and traveling.


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