* 1. Your Name
This is the name listed as the 'author' of the News item (Ex. Barbara Walters)

* 2. Date

* 3. Who is this News Item about?
(Ex. J. Smith, Phd alum 1989)

* 4. Headline (limit to 12 words or less)
Ex. MacArthur Genius Award granted to J. Smith (PhD 1989) for African kinship research

* 5. Body (2+ sentences)
TIP 1: Answer the following, 1) who achieved what, 2) how competitive/difficult/prestigious was this achievement, 3) what is the person's expertise/research that merited the achievement.

TIP 2: Compose your blurb so that it makes sense to potential employers, prospective anthropology majors, and a broad, non-academic and non-anthropological audience unfamiliar with our discipline and the people in our world.

* 6. Search words/tags
For internet searches, separated by commas. (Ex. J. Smith, African kinship, Macarthur Genius award).

* 7. Photo

* 8. Relevant Links
Please include any URLS pertaining to persons, awards, institutions, or research mentioned in your blurb. These will be embedded directly into the text. Leave blank if none.