Clint Ugolini

Augustana College graduate // Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism and English

Location icon United States

I graduated from Augustana College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Multimedia Journalism and English. Through all of my internships/occupations, the ability to write and produce articles, programs and other projects for viewers was my greatest strength. I strive for the ability to create, inform and help the public in anyway possible.

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Public Relations Internship

Kenosha Kingfish
Game Recap

A game recap about the Kenosha Kingfish home game on August 13th.

Kenosha Kingfish
Gameday Program

A gameday program for the fans of the Kenosha Kingfish, prepared for all 36 home games.

Augustana Newspaper Articles

Augustana Observer
Abby Casey runs to victory at Augie

The track and cross country teams at Augustana College are full of fantastic athletes that are also competitors in the classroom. One athlete in particular that gets the job done on and off the course is junior Abby Casey.

Augustana Observer
Swimming teams off to strong start

Augustana's swimming teams are off to a great start this year, with the women's record at 4-0, and the men's record at 3-1. Both squads are coming off wins against Monmouth earlier this month, on top of placing well at the Illinois Wesleyan Invitational.

Augustana Observer
Cross Country teams start season strong

Augustana's cross country teams competed at their second meets of the year on Saturday, September 8th at the Luther All-American Invitational. The men finished fifth out of ten teams, and the women did not field a complete team in order to participate in the event, At their first meets, the women's team had come off a third place finish at the IWU Titan Opener, and the men's team finished second out of five teams at the Western Illinois Invitational.

WHBF Sports Journalist Internship

Alleman uses big second half to defeat Geneseo

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Alleman outscored Geneseo by 34 points after halftime to earn a 71-45 win at home on Tuesday, January 8 in non-conference boys basketball action. Chase VanDerGinst paced the Pioneers with 18 points and eight rebounds in the victory.

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