Name: Sarah Kennedy (she/her)

Position: Faculty Advisor

Favorite Book: My favorite book is usually the one I am reading right now. If a book doesn’t engage me right away, I go on to the next one!




Name: Nina Copeland (she/they)

Position: Editor-in-Chief

Major/Minor: History and English Major, Sociology Minor

Favorite Book: My favorite book is The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas. I really appreciate the examinations of revenge, morality, and forgiveness in the novel, as well as the interwovenness of the plot that gets more and more convoluted throughout. It certainly has some heft with most versions containing over 1,000 pages, but the read is well worth the muscle strain!


Name: Ophelia Wright (they/she)

Position: Editor-in-Chief

Major/Minor: English Major, Creative Writing Minor

Favorite Book: My favorite book is a tie between Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Kathleen Glasgow’s Girl in Pieces. I’ve always loved coming-of-age stories, which is why my best friend suggested I read Perks, and I always felt like I connected with Charlie early on; we’re both introverts who love to read and are wallflowers. As for Girl in Pieces, the story itself really affected me after I read it; I was left feeling overwhelmingly emotional after finishing it, and I needed more of Charlotte’s story after the ending. Both books cover very important topics such as loss and mental health.


Name: JaNique Jackson (she/her)

Position: Senior Poetry Editor

Major/Minor: English Major, Creative Writing and Education Minor

Favorite Book: My favorite book series (because I could never just choose one book) is the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan. I used to hate reading as a kid, but this was the first series that made me appreciate books so it’s become my comfort series.


Name: Aviyana Green (she/her)

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: ???

Favorite Book: My favorite book is called Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. The book is about a man and his experience of being in a concentration camp during WWII. He speaks about how him having a purpose in life motivated him to survive. This is my favorite book because I was going through a very tough time and had to stay in the hospital, and when I read this book there was a quote that gave me motivation to get better. It stated that “those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.”


Name: Carmela Uhron (she/her)

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: English Major, Spanish Minor

Favorite Book: Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan.


Name: Catherine Trace (she/her)

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: Applied Math Major, Philosophy + Psychology Minor

Favourite Book: I’m in LOVE with the Villainess by Inori.


Name: Lee Iraheta (they/them)

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: English Major, Education Minor

Favorite Book: Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman because of it’s exploration of youth love and beauty and the worldbuilding of the story’s setting.


Name: Micah Ahearn-Wood

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: Undecided

Favorite Book: My favorite book is The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin. It’s just a great book!


Name: Rachel Webb (she/her)

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: ???

Favorite Book: My favorite book is Green Rider by Kristen Britain because I love the characters written in that book. It’s a book that I can always go back to when I’m in a slump.


Name: Shane Woods

Position: Junior Editor

Major/Minor: ???

Favourite Book: ???