Isabel Soisson

Isabel Soisson

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BSR Contributor Since October 27, 2020

Isabel Soisson (she/her) is a Digital Content Producer at WPMT FOX43. She received her undergraduate degree in journalism from Seton Hall University.

Isabel is a multimedia journalist with five years of experience in writing, editing, social media, and production. She currently serves as a Digital Content Producer at WPMT FOX43. She received her undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a minor in Political Science. During her time at Seton Hall, she served as Editor-in-Chief of The Setonian, the school's official undergraduate newspaper. She's also interned at CNBC, NBC News, Philadelphia Magazine and Philadelphia Style Magazine.

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This Broad Street McDonald's was the perfect dinner spot for the CAPA students pouring past the pillars across the street. (Photo by Alaina Johns.)

CAPA alums lost an old friend when the McDonald’s at Broad and Carpenter closed

Firsts, lasts, and cheeseburgers

CAPA students made the McDonald’s across the street a second home between classes and concerts, where the drama never stopped and nobody went hungry. Isabel Soisson remembers.
Isabel Soisson

Isabel Soisson

Essays 4 minute read
Getting to know students in a different way: a CAPA class of young musicians practicing with band director Brian Ewing. (Image courtesy of Brian Ewing.)

Young artists in the pandemic: distance learning at CAPA

Growing as artists, together and apart

Adult artists are not the only ones coping with a radically changed world. At Philly’s High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, the next generation continues to learn despite the distance. They talk with Isabel Soisson.
Isabel Soisson

Isabel Soisson

Essays 4 minute read
Nardy testifying at the Fair Workweek final passage City Council hearing in December 2018. (Photo courtesy of Madison Nardy).
Randall Goosby is the featured violinist in Tyshawn Sorey's 'Cycles of My Being.' (Photo by Kaupo Kikkas.)
A snapshot of a snowy, small town with a couple of house complexes in the distance under a partly cloudy, blue sky

How working in journalism in rural Pennsylvania opened a new perspective

Learning to serve communities better

Isabel Soisson, a Philly-bred journalist with experience working in New York City, contemplates the differences in rural America that go unspoken and why it's important to capture the whole picture.
Isabel Soisson

Isabel Soisson

Essays 6 minute read