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School of Communication capstone students to present short films and documentaries in showcase

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Posted on Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Eight Westminster School of Communication senior capstone students will present individual short films and documentaries in two separate screenings on Sunday, Dec. 5 in Mueller Theater, located in McKelvey Campus Center.

Students featured in the showcase include: Jack Karson of New Wilmington, Pa., Constantine Kallaur of Bethel Park, Pa., Nikyah Beckwith of East Liverpool, Ohio, Mason Flanigan of Kittanning, Pa., Joe Meinert of Harmony, Pa., Jimmy Boyle and Ricky Steckel of Pittsburgh, and Austin Shaw of Gibsonia, Pa.

The showcase marks a milestone for seniors in the School of Communication, as it showcases the skills the students developed and honed over the past four years.

Some of the short films that will be shown are, “Sales for Breakfast,” “Juice: Legacy Never Dies” and “Dr3am Hunter: The Story of Hunter Stellato.”

Screening one will take place from 2-3:30 p.m. and screening two will take place from 4-5:30 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information on this event, contact Brad Weaver at

Pictured from left to right are Austin Shaw, Constantine Kallaur, Mason Flanigan, Jack Karson and Joe Meinert. Not pictured are Nikyah Beckwith, Ricky Stickel and Jimmy Boyle.