The Editors:

Jessica Cumberbatch, May 2002, from Brooklyn, NY, majors in English and Textual Studies. She has written for the Daily Orange and plans to use her English degree towards a career in magazine journalism. Currently, she tutors for the Syracuse University Literacy Corps and enjoys writing, traveling, and dancing.
Patrick Dacey, 2002, from Centerville, MA, is a dual Speech Communications and ETS major. His publications include poetry in Bridges, fiction in the Student Voice, and columns in the Daily Orange. He has appeared on the Deanís List and likes music, movies, writing, and reading short stories.
Amy Dickinson, 2002, from Abilene, TX, is an English and Textual Studies major and a recipient of a Chancellorís Scholarship. She spends ridiculous amounts of time reading.
Gillian Dunn, 2004, from Mexico, NY, is an English and Textual Studies major. This is her second yaear editing Intertext, and she has published in the National High Scahool Anthology. She likes to read, write poetry, and travel.
Randall Monty, 2002, from West Wareham, MA, majors in English and Textual Studies and minors in Religion. He has published in the Student Voice, the Syracuse New Times, and Equal Time. He is a member of the Psi Upsilon Fraternity and likes writing, music, sports, and philanthropy.
Alaina Potrikus, 2004, from North Syracuse, NY, is a Newspaper major and Spanish and political science minor. This is her second year editing Intertext. She is a contributing reporter for the Eagle Newspaper chain, a member of the Phi Sigma Pi National Coed Honors Fraternity, and a future resident advisor. Last year, she was awarded the James Polney Freshman of the Year Award and, this year, the Syracuse Press Club Annual Devesty-Williams Scholarship. She enjoys writing, volunteer work, and spending time with friends and family.
James F. Reardon graduated in 2001. He spends time with his daughter and lives, works, and plays in Syracuse.
Jen Wray, 2005, from Beavertown, PA, majors in Speech Communication and previously has published in her high school newspaper. In high school, she received numerous sports awards for field hockey and bowling, varsity letters in athletic training and softball, and both the "best influence on the school environment" and the photography award. She is a recipient of scholarships from Syracuse University and her church. She edited her high school newspaper for two years, staffed the yearbook, and since coming to SU, has played club field hockey and worked in Catering Services at the Carrier Dome and as part of the promotions department at the WJPZ ≠ Z89 radio station. She loves sports and computers. Oddly, she enjoys working as much as she can.

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