You’ll be noticing a few new bylines at sltrib.com and in The Salt Lake Tribune’s print edition this summer.
As of Monday, all three of our full-time summer interns have arrived. Each will spend the next 10 weeks working in our newsroom with the help and direction of Tribune reporters and editors.
Summer interns include:
* Danielle Manley of St. Anthony, Idaho, a recent graduate of Utah State University in Logan. Manley is working on our health, education and environment team.
* Tierra Smith of Milwaukee, who comes to us through a program we participate in with the Sports Journalism Institute. She will be a senior at Grambling State University in Louisiana. Smith is working in Sports.
* Harry Stevens, of Portland, Ore., who recently received a master’s degree from Columbia University in New York City. Stevens’ internship has begun on the justice/breaking news team.
|1.||Paul Rolly: Blogger fired from language school over ‘homophonia’|
|2.||TV preview: ‘Hell on Wheels’ mocks Mormons|
|3.||Movie review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ breaks the Marvel mold|
|4.||Utah Jazz have plenty of cap space, decisions ahead|
|5.||Sean P. Means: In battle of comic cons, Salt Lake is already winning|
|6.||Take off your clothes to make it in reality TV|
|7.||Richard Linklater on making ‘Boyhood,’ a year at a time|
|8.||Tennis: China’s Li Na pulls out of U.S. Open because of knee|
|9.||Work begins on final office building at Lehi’s tech hub|
|10.||Utah Jazz: Michigan man sues Burke, Shaq for defamation|