Isabella Hulsizer

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Isabella Hulsizer graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science. She is from Chandler, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. She has pride for all Arizona sports, despite their track record. Throughout her college career she reported politics and sustainability in her professional program at ASU, Cronkite News. She also interned at KPNX in Phoenix, the Arizona Republic and KJZZ 91.5 the NPR affiliate station. In the summer of 2019, Isabella interned at WCCO in Minneapolis. She fell in love with the Midwest and made it her goal to come back.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, discovering new music and testing out coffee shops. She loves all things glitter and has no shame advocating for the Oxford comma. Isabella is thrilled to join the La Crosse community, please send all recommendations her way!

Favorite song: Pocket Full of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield

Do you have a personal motto or quote that inspires you? “On tough days it helps to remember that every single time I thought I wasn’t going to make it… I was wrong.”

If you could interview one person, living or deceased, who would that be? Definitely Oprah. She has the most interesting life, along with the best advice. Also crossing my fingers she’d give me a new car.

What sports team are you a big fan of? Please, please, PLEASE don’t hate me… I am a Minnesota Vikings & Arizona Cardinals fan!

Favorite food: Stuffed rigatoni with chicken from Oregano’s. If you ever visit Arizona, it’s a must-have.

What do you like about your job? My favorite part of my job is getting to talk to people from all walks of life. Everyone has a little marble of information special to them, and I love collecting those marbles.

Pizza: Sausage, pepperoni or everything on it? Half cheese, half pepperoni. I’m a very plain gal!

Family: My parents live in Chandler, Arizona and my younger brother is a Navy Sailor. We may be spread apart, but our strong bond makes it feel as if there is no distance at all.

Articles

Study says student athlete mental health is linked to cancellation of sports

La Crescent-Hokah District releases plans for fall school year

Holmen Boys and Girls Club set to open in September with a new director

G-E-T District reveals plan for fall school year

Another local school district reveals plans for the fall

Tomah school continues teaching students in person

Local 'hands-on' charter school gets creative with their plans for virtual school in fall

Fine Arts teachers give a glimpse into their plans for the fall school year

Local band raises money and awareness for struggling farmers and food pantries

Local schools stocking up on technology for the school year

Wisconsin high school seniors say they are changing their post graduation plans

Free COVID-19 drive thru testing site coming to Trempealeau County

Trempealeau County ranks sixth in COVID-19 case rate among all Wisconsin counties

Road construction to begin at main La Crosse intersection

Wisconsin Senator helps introduce bill to address teacher shortage

Western Technical College hosts drive-thru style graduation

Onalaska parents host parade to celebrate 2020 grads

Now's the time to get ready for fall sports with an annual physical

Bikers on the road to raise awareness for Juvenile Diabetes research

Local cornhole competition more than just a game

Crop prices increase for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic

Taking a walk to prove a point, Mayo Clinic Health System debunks mask claim

UPDATED: National Guard testing site Friday in Onalaska

Onalaska police provide traffic directions

Lemonweir, Tomah Area School has first suspected student COVID case

Study suggests pregnant women might pass COVID-19 to their babies

Annual 'Day of Caring' sees less volunteers than years past

Hiawatha statue artist's friend speaks out on behalf of family before Thursday vote

Kickapoo Coffee rebranded to combat cultural appropriation

Congressional candidate saves 77-year-old's life, new friendship formed

International students face potential deportation, local university takes steps to prevent it

Students in Tomah return to school next week but with some changes

Masks are blocking more than just germs, and it could cause delayed development in children

For the first time in 174 years, fireworks will not light up La Crosse's sky on July 4th.

Wisconsin Chapter 51 helping mental health patients

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