Will Racaniello said he is hoping to go into television production or work for a graphic design company when he graduates. The project started as an item for his portfolio and has turned into a feature for community events.
“It’s something (that people on) the community and campus can watch to learn about events going on in the area,” he said.
Racaniello said he enjoyed working on the feature for the Chili Bowl. “There were a lot of good interviews,” he said.
He said he is proud to have laid the groundwork for what all those involved hoped will continue with other students in the future. It started as an effort to get three credits, but he said he hoped it will live on.