Marguerite DeGrassa, a communications and media arts major from Ridley Park, PA, had never been on the radio before coming to Neumann University, but she jumped at the chance to host her own show.
“I’m interested in either radio or TV as a career. I have a radio show where I play the latest hits and talk about celebrity gossip. Having the radio station here opened my eyes to the industry,” she explained.
When it came time to look for a college, DeGrassa knew exactly what she wanted in a university, and Neumann fit the bill. She attended Catholic schools through elementary and high school and wanted a university that would embrace her faith.
“I wanted small, Catholic, and close to home. When I visited Neumann it was more of an open community, and I felt like I fit,” she said. “I like how my faith is celebrated here. Neumann is a Catholic school and they make that known and celebrate it. It’s present wherever you go and I like that a lot.”