2002, from Baltimore, MD, is an English and Textual Studies major. He has
been published in the Baltimore City Paper and the Daily Orange. Hes
a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the music director at WERW, a book critic for
Daily Orange, and a DJ at the Renegade Pop Riot club night. He likes to
eat, breathe, sleep, brush his teeth, and play dodgeball. He wrote his piece
for Anne Fitzsimmons Writing 422: Studies in Creative Nonfiction.
El Bouhali, 2005, from Bedford, NY, is a French Language, Literature,
and Culture major. A Dean Scholar at Syracuse University, she received the
Westchester Concert Association scholarship and the Fox Lane High School
Music Award. She was also honored by the Vassar College Alumnae Association
with their annual Book Award and was awarded for her entry to the Bni Brith
Associations Holocaust Remembrance Scholarship Contest. She is an
Alpha Phi sister and a member of the the Hendricks Chapel Choir. She lifeguarded
at Four Winds Psychiatric Hospital for three summers, served as an intern
specializing in pediatric and adolescent treatment, and is interested in
clinical psychology. She loves music, singing, and playing the flute and
the sax. She wrote her essay for Mike OConnors Writing 105 class.
||Michael Aaron Gallagher, 2002, from Rochester, NY, majors
in Management. He attended Manlius Pebble Hill School on a James E. Crosby
Scholarship. In 1997, he graduated from the SUNY Health Science Centers
Mini Medical School Program and was a participant in the World Scholar-Athlete
Games. In the summer of 1998, he studied with scientists in Oracle, Arizona,
at the Biosphere 2 Center in Columbia Universitys Earth Systems Field
School. In 1999, he participated in the Inaugural United States Scholar-Athlete
Games hosted by the Institute for International Sport in Newport, Rhode
Island. He began writing his first book of poetry, Worn-Out Cinema, in 1998
and completed it in 2002. He wrote his essay for Louise Phelps Writing
307: Technical Writing class.
||Joshua Lax, 2005, is from
East Brunswick, New Jersey. His writing has appeared on Orangesource.net,
and The Home News Tribune. He won a Founders Scholarship and is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He enjoys reading and movies. He
wrote his research essay for Vivian Rices Writing 105 class.
Elizabeth Lynn, 2005, from Baltimore, MD, majors in Photography. She
enjoys guitar and plays on the Syracuse Womens Rugby team. She wrote
her artifact essay for Marjorie Leddens Writing 105 class.
|| Rachel Neuman,
2005, from East Brunswick, New Jersey, is a Communication Sciences and Disorders
(Speech Pathology and Audiology) major and Psychology minor. She is a member
of Hillel and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a recipient of
a Chancellor’s Scholarship from Syracuse University, and a sister of Phi
Sigma Sigma. She loves books and playing tennis, and is looking forward
to this summer when she again will be a tennis instructor and have plenty
of spare time to read. She wrote her essay for Joddy Murray’s Writing 105
Ogonis, 2005, from Westfield, MA, majors in Television, Radio, and Film
and expects to minor in Spanish. She previously has written for her high
school newspaper. Her awards include a deans scholarship from Syracuse
University and a Citizens Foundation Scholarship of Westfield. She
is a member of the National Honor Society (Westfield Chapter) and the National
Society of Collegiate Scholars. Her interests include music, singing, acting,
theater, and playing trumpet, and she can be heard on the morning show of
WJPZ (Z89) the student-run radio station on the SU campus
as a News Cast Reporter. She wrote her essay for Molly Voorheis Writing
2005, from Lathan, NY, is currently undecided as to a major. She likes to
play basketball. She wrote her essay for Scott Loves Writing 105 class.
||Victoria Perez, 2004,
from Waterbury, CT, is a Policy Studies and Political Science dual major.
She receives a Founders Scholarship from Syracuse University and is
a Gates Millennium Scholar. Her interests include working with children
(back home, she works as a YMCA camp counselor), running, and music. She
wrote her essay for Catherine Smiths Writing 407: Writing Public Policy.
Salomon, 2003, from Rockville, MD, majors in Policy Studies and
minors in Consumer Studies. She wrote her piece for Catherine Smiths
WRT 407: Writing
||Jocelyn L. Smith
2005, from Medina, NY, is a Public Relations and International Relations
Dual-Major. She previously has been published in Country Folks. Her scholarships
and awards include a Chancellors Scholarship, a Syracuse Grant, a
scholarship from the Buffalo Foundation, a NAPA Auto Parts/FFA Scholarship,
a J. Berry Bland Scholarship, an Elks Scholarship, and a Wal-Mart Scholarship.
She loves literature and the outdoors and participates in the Syracuse University
Outing Club, SU/ESF Habitat for Humanity, FFA (formerly Future Farmers of
America), and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She wrote her
essay for Molly Voorheis Writing 105.
2002, from East Meadow, NY, majors in Psychology and minors in Creative
Writing. She is a mermber of the Psychology Club, a Student Ambassador,
a Peer Tutor, and a Copy editor for Onondagan Yearbook. Her interests include
website design, reading, creative writing, and taking long walks beneath
full moons. She wrote her piece for Bruce Peggs Writing 331: Peer
Writing Consulting Class.