contributors

Dave Franecki, '96, a dual Newspaper/Journalism and Management major, comes from Rockford, Illinois. He currently functions as Assistant News Editor for the Daily Orange, and in that capacity received a Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award as well as third place in the northeast both in spot news reporting and in-depth news reporting. He wrote his piece for Jeanette Jeneault's WRT 205 studio last spring.

David Nuckley, '95, is a bioengineering major from Brecksville, Illinois. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi the National Engineering Honor Society. He rounds out his day as President of the Neuman Association which promotes Catholic studies and as a member of the gymnastics team. He was also the winner of the 1994 Louise Wetherbee Phelps Writing Award for upper division writers. He originally constructed his piece for Bobbie Kirby-Werner's 405 class during the Fall 1993 semester.

Virginia Pitcher, '94, is an ETS major from Worchester, MA. She is a transfer student from Dickinson University in Carlisle, PA and interested in the publishing business. She has attended the Breadloaf Writer's Conference, and hopes to be accepted in the graduate program at Radcliffe's Publishing School. She wrote piece for Vic Taylor's 305 class.

Jessica Rush, '97, comes from Scarborough, New York. She belongs to Alpha Gamma Delta, and is a member of the women's crew team. She authored her piece in response to an assignment in Jeanette Jeneault's WRT 205 class Spring 1994.

Faramarz Samie, '95, is a bioengineering major from Syracuse. He was the winner of a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and is Vice President of the Biomedical Engineering Society. He hopes to attend medical school and possibly teach in the future. He wrote his article originally for Bobbie Kirby-Werner's 405 class.

Mary Santiago, '97, was the winner of the lower division 1994 Louise Wetherbee Phelps Writing Award. She comes from Orlando, Florida and is an International Relations major in the Honors Program, as well as being an Odyssey student. She does volunteer work at Vincent House, an after school program for seven and eight year olds. He hopes to obtain a degree in International Law and eventually work for U.N.I.C.E.F. She also enjoys volleyball and reading. Her piece was constructed originally for Eileen Moeller's 105 class.

Deborah R. Silver, '95, is a speech communications major from Holliston, Massachusetts. She is on the Greek Judicial Board and a member of Alpha Gamma Delta. She wrote her essay for Paul Griner's 305 class.

Michael Winnick, '96, an architecture major comes from North Hampton, Massachusetts. He is a sports enthusiast, enjoying both tennis and swimming. He is also a part of Campus Crusade. Annabelle Honza-Clippinger's 205 led to the construction of his essay.

Deniz Yalcin, '95, is a marketing major in the School of Management. She comes from Istanbul, Turkey and is a member of Phi Beta Sigma, and the International Honor Society. She spent Fall 1993 semester in London with the D.I.P.A. program. She enjoys tennis and sailing. Her essay was originally written for Paul Griner's 305 class.