Sergio Gregorio, class of '97, is an Honors student from Brooklyn, New York, majoring in English & Textual Studies, and minoring in Education. He is a Peer Writing Consultant in the Writing Program, and has conducted extensive research on developmental issues of college writers. Sergio is also a Peer Advisor to freshman students in the School of Education.

Amye Hommel, class of '98, is from Deer Park, New York, majoring in Psychology. She was published in Intertext in the Spring 1995 edition, and has been an editor for the past two years. Amye is a member of the Student Government Association and La L.U.C.H.A. (Latino Undergraduates Creating History in America), as well as a researcher for the newsletter La Voz de la L.U.C.H.A.

Amy Kraus, class of '96, majors in Inclusive Education and English Textual Studies. She comes from Wilbraham, Massachusetts. She is a member of Golden Key National Honor Society and Sigma Kappa Sorority. She has worked for three years as a supervisor for an on-campus organization. In her free time she enjoys biking, rollerblading, cross country skiing, and going on road trips.

Matthew McAllister, class of '96, is from Wayne, PA. He majors in English and Textual Studies and minors in Philosophy. He has worked as an editor on two other publications, ECN and Software Solutions, and has contributed as a writer to several magazines and newspapers.

Eric Scott Rodaman, class of '96, is a Boadcast Journalism student in Newhouse School of Public Communications minoring in Psychology from Roackaway, New Jersey. His dream is to work on or around television. He believes by reading and writing we all learn something. "Even if that 'something' is instructions on tying shoelaces, you've increased your knowledge . . . "

Debra Paige Yelen, class of '97, is from Kingston, Pennsylvania, majoring in Communications Design with a concentration in Art Photography. She was editor of her high school yearbook, and plans to continue using her experience in publications and the visual arts.

Anatoly Zak, class of '96, is a transfer student from Moscow State University in Russia. He is majoring in Magazine in the S.I. Newhouse School. Back in Russia, he worked as a reporter for Moscow's leading independent newspaper where he published dozens of articles on science, military affairs and Russian-American relations. He also is the author of several studies on American space policy conducted by Moscow's Polytech Society.