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Fellicia Smith

Graduate student at The University of Akron

Fellicia Smith is in the midst of earning her graduate degree in Communication from The University of Akron. She earned her bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from Kent State University. As a working professional, Smith has won local and national journalism awards for her reporting and writing. She has worked as a sports reporter at The Town Talk (Alexandria, La.), The Repository (Canton, Ohio), The Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) and The Times Union (Albany, N.Y.). In addition, Smith has shown her versatility by working as a general news reporter for The Repository and as an assignment editor at WEWS-TV NewChannel5 in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Times Union - Albany NY

Rensselaer The disparaging comments, he says, come routinely. Homosexual. Not man enough to play football. ``The jokes come all the time,'' Glenn Alkinburgh says. ``I've learned how to take what they dish out.'' Alkinburgh is a 5-foot-10, 240-pound senior. He's also the starting goalie -- and a co-captain -- on the Rensselaer High School girls' soccer team.

Times Union - Albany NY

CHENANGO FORKS - What makes Troy Nickerson so special? That's what every coach in New York wants to know. They talk about it often, but no one can pinpoint the qualities that separate the Chenango Forks senior from everyone else on the wrestling mat.

Times Union - Albany NY

Alone in the concession stand that Schenectady Christian uses to sell snack food and pizza to raise money for its first-year baseball team during games, Monica DeAngelis transforms from a working mother into Super Mom in a matter of minutes.

Access: Education Finance Litigation, School Funding Policy and Advocacy

The Canton Repository Published: Sunday, February 19, 2006 Taxpayers, schools agree: The system is not working By FELLICIA SMITH REPOSITORY STAFF WRITER JACKSON TWP. A school district doesn't have to be poor, or poorly run, to have financial problems. In fact, it can be among the wealthiest.

Nearly killed, Sgt. Clements had to relearn how to walk, talk and feed herself

Skip to comments. Nearly killed, Sgt. Clements had to relearn how to walk, talk and feed herself The Repository (Canton, OH) ^ | Wednesday, May 30, 2007 | FELLICIA SMITH Posted on by ResistorSister GET WELL, JESSICA Jessica Clements holds the American flag she took to Iraq, which was returned to her with get-well wishes from her platoon members after she was injured when a homemade bomb exploded beneath an unarmored truck she was riding in.