Amy Anderson, Class of 2017, is a Creative Writing major with minors in English, History, and Religious Studies. Her inspiration for writing is The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton and the TV show Supernatural.
Sarah Dorko, Class of 2017, is a Creative Writing major who enjoys spending her time in film and video. Luckily, the two work together well. Whatever the project, being creative is the best part.
Paige Drews, Class of 2020, is a Creative Writing major.
Katherine Hammond, Class of 2019, (Kay to her friends, Katie to her family) has been writing poetry since the third grade. However, she can't actually prove it, as a majority of that poetry has been burned. Kay writes about things that are dark, odd, and/or uncomfortable. She believes there is beauty in (quite literally) everything, and that not talking about something dark, odd, or uncomfortable is as good as saying it doesn't exist.
Isaiah Harper, Class of 2020, is a Biomedical Sciences major with a Violin Performance minor. Music is his passion and hobby. He makes arrangements of songs from video games using FL Studio 12 and Finale 2014, mainly focusing on string arrangements.
Morgan MacVaugh, Class of 2019, spends her days thinking up odd things to write and paint. She spends more time thinking of these things than actually doing them.
Steven McKnight, Class of 2020, is a Theatre and Creative Writing major who enjoys long walks on the beach, adventure novels, and channeling ancient and arcane forces to raise armies of the undead.
Cara Roets, Class of 2020, is a Creative Writing major.
Dylan Scillia, Class of 2019, is an Early Childhood Education major.
Jacob Tashoff, Class of 2020, is majoring in Creative Writing. He enjoys long walks on the beach, watching the sunset, having deep emotional discussions, and summoning the Devil from the pits of Hell to slaughter his enemies.