As a undergrad at the University of Florida, Robin Bresky was a familiar face around campus, where she reported the news and was a DJ for the school’s television and radio stations. A broadcast communications major, she had a knack for journalism on all its platforms, also writing columns for health magazines and other publications.

“One time I covered a murder,” Bresky said. “I thought I was going to continue on that path, and I was putting out my tapes to small cities all over the U.S.”

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