Dublin interns with Phi Beta Kappa
Thursday, January 24, 2013
TU senior to write for The Key Reporter
The nation’s oldest and most widely known academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa, has selected University of Tulsa student Cara Dublin as an intern for the spring 2013 semester.
Dublin, a senior history major from Austin, Texas, will write six publishable articles from Tulsa for the online version of The Key Reporter, Phi Beta Kappa’s news and alumni magazine. An English minor, Dublin enjoys journalism and writes for The Collegian, TU’s student newspaper.
“I’ve always loved writing as a craft,” she said. “I like the actual communication that happens when an audience reads your writing. It’s a conversation with other writers, editors and readers.”
Dublin’s campus involvement includes membership in the music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota, TU Chorale, and Reformed University Fellowship, and she also takes ballet classes at the university. A TU Presidential Scholar, she has studied European art, history and French at Vesalius College in Brussels, Belgium.
Dublin, who is expected to receive her bachelor’s degree in May, will complete her Phi Beta Kappa internship on June 15.