The Editors:

Ana Hristic, 2002, originally from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, majors in English & Textual Studies. She was the Editor-in Chief of the Fort Lee High School newspaper and responsible for writing, editing and layout. She was also the president of the Student Council and the captain of the Debate team. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing and traveling.

Katie Lucarelle, 2001, from Wilbraham, Massachusetts majors in Magazine with a minor in Anthropology. This is her second year with Intertext. She is currently a Resident Advisor in Boland Hall and a Teaching Assistant for physics. She has an internship with Syracuse Online where she is working to include the university in the site. As a member of NYPIRG, she devotes time to raising awareness about homelessness. In her limited spare time, she enjoys recreational team sports, writing, traveling, and nature walks.

John Matthews, 1999, originally from Huntington Beach, California, majors in Architecture. He is a transfer student from Onondaga Community College. At OCC he was the Treasurer for the Architecture Club and the Student Government. He owned and operated a small construction firm prior to working at a local Design-Build Architectural Firm. He enjoys art, drawing and computers. He also enjoys spending time with his children.

William Sutton, 1999, a second year Intertext editor from Rochester, New York, is currently pursuing a degree in English and Textual Studies with a minor in Political Science. Bill holds an Associate of Science Degree in Communications and Media Arts from Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Monroe Doctrine, a weekly student newspaper. In addition to his duties as an editor for Intertext, Bill has been Night Editor for The Daily Orange, a Soling Student, and a member of both Phi Kappa Phi All-Academic Honor Society and the Golden Key National Honor Society. He hopes to pursue his interests in both media and creative writing upon graduation.

Stephanie Yaggy, 1999, from Los Angeles, California majors in English and Textual Studies. She is currently an active member of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority as well as a Student Peer Advisor. Last spring she spent a semester in Florence, Italy and contributed to the program's literary journal, Wings. Upon graduation she will be attending the Radcliffe School of Publishing and hopes to pursue a publishing career in the Boston area. In her spare time she enjoys writing, traveling, and astronomy.



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