The Contributors:

Paul Arras, 2004, a Syracuse native, majors in Broadcast Journalism, and minors in Information Studies. He is the winner of a Founder's Scholarship. His interests include watching and playing a variety of sports. He wrote his concept essay for Henry Jankiewicz'z Writing 109 studio class in Fall of 2000.

Rebecca Ann Blanchard, May 2004, from Solvay, NY is a Broadcast Journalism major. She has worked for HJ Magazine, a part of the Syracuse newspapers. She is also a Voice of Democracy Essay Writing Winner. She has received a Syracuse University Scholarship through Junior Achievement of CNY, a Wegmans Scholastic Scholarship, an ACMG Federal Credit Union Scholarship, and several Junior Achievement Awards. Her interests include photography, music, movies, writing poetry, reading. She wrote her essays for Maureen Puetzer's Writing 105 class.

Carolyn Dealey Campbell, May 2002, from Dallas, Texas is an English and Textual Studies major, and a History minor. She has published articles in the Arlington Morning News. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Phi Sigma Pi Honors/Service Fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honors Society, Syracuse University Women's Rugby Team, Dellplain Hall Counsel, and Residence Hall Association (RHA) Representative. Her interests include sports, creative writing, and reading. She wrote her award-winning essay for Steve Thorley's WRT 205 class in London in Spring 2000.

Liz Hacken, 2004, from East Aurora, New York is a Newspaper Journalism major in Newhouse. She has been a youth correspondent for the Buffalo News. In addition to various local scholarships she was the recipient of the New York State Division for Women Achievement Award. She is a member of the Tower Power (Lawrinson Hall Council). Her interests include writing, playing violin, and listening to music. She wrote her ethnographic style essay for Christian T. Avis' WRT 105: Service Learning course

Derrick R. Hart, May 2002, from Saratoga Springs, NY is an English and Textual Studies major, and a History minor. He has previously published a CD review for the online magazine Orange Source, and has received a Dean's Scholarship from the university. His interests include music, playing guitar, poetry/literature, tennis, golf, bike riding, and journalism. He wrote his essay for Henry Jankiewicz's Writing 303: (Writing and Research) class.

Benjamin Henry, 2001, from Newton, Massachusetts majors in Television, Radio, and Film. His interests include juggling and writing. He wrote his award winning piece for Eileen Schell's Writing 400: Lifewriting course.

Erica Levi, 2001, from Silver Spring, Maryland is a Newspaper major and Sociology minor. She has been a staff writer for The Daily Orange, a contributing writer to the yearbook and intern for The Syracuse Newspapers CNY section. She is the recipient of a Dean's Scholarship, and a George H. Burdick Scholarship. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Her interests include writing, watching TV and movies, and being with friends, family and her dog Travis. She wrote her essay for Stephen Thorley's 205 class in London last spring.

Kimberley McCoy, 2002, from Reading, Massachusetts majors in History of Art. She is a member of SEAC and SCOOL. She wrote her eulogy essay for Dena Mandel's writing 305 class.

Michelle L. Morse, 2001, from Sunapee, NH majors in Speech Communication. She is a member of the Syracuse University Literacy Corps. She wrote her personal narrative for Eileen Schell's WRT 400: Lifewriting course.

Oronike I. Odeleye, 2001, from Atlanta, GA majors in Film/Drama. She has published articles in The Black Voice, and The Daily Orange. She is a member of the Black Artist League and Student African American Society. Her interests include writing poetry, dancing, and reading. She wrote her essay for Marjorie Ledden's Writing 105 class.

Claire M. Weingarden, 2001, from Evanston, Illinois majors in Newspaper and minors in Anthropology and History. She has been published previously in The Oakland Press (Pontiac, MI), The Skaneateles Press (Skaneateles, NY), The Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), and TMS Campus (a division of Tribune Media Services). She is the recipient of a Dean's Scholarship. She also volunteers as a tutor at the Bishop Foery Foundation, Syracuse, NY. Her interests include reading, writing, and photography. She wrote her imaginative essay for Stephen Thorley's Writing 305 class in London last spring.

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