Spring 2003 Volume XI


Gillian Dunn
In her third year as an editor, and the only veteran Intertext-er of the bunch, Gillian Dunn hopes to use her impending degree in English and Textual Studies to better the world through writing. That’s all anyone really needs to know.

Adam Herringshaw, a senior from Herkimer, New York, majors in Information Management and Technology. After graduation, he plans to use the skills acquired from Syracuse to run his own Ecommerce Business. He will also look for employment in the Information Technology field, primarily within Web Development sector.

Caitlin Moore hails from Worcester, Massachusetts and is a senior dual Television, Radio, and Film, and English and Textual Studies major. Her concentration in both majors is writing. She hopes to pursue a career as a scriptwriter for television and film after graduating in May 2003.

Christine M. Ramsey, class of 2004, from Royersford PA is a Psychology major and an English Textual Studies minor. She runs track and cross country for Syracuse University. She also enjoys reading and creative nonfiction writing.

Brittany Rostrom, is a junior dual major in English and Textual Studies, and Television, Radio and Film. Her extra curriculars include being a student ambassador, a TA for ETS faculty, and acting in February’s production of The Vagina Monologues. She enjoys going to the gym, friendly competition, and catching up with old friends. She also likes to get her groove on the dance floor Long Island style.

Meieli Sawyer
This is Meieli Sawyer's first year as an Intertext editor. Meieli, a freshman, is a Fashion Design major in VPA. She is from Woodstock, Vermont, and she enjoys writing, sewing, and reading. Meieli has written for 360 Degrees, a multicultural publication of Syracuse University, and is currently volunteering at Franklin Magnet School for the Arts in Syracuse, NY.

Julia Shenk is a freshman magazine journalism major from Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. She was formerly editor of her high school yearbook, and hopes to pursue a future career as a writer or editor. Outside of class, Julia tutors for the Syracuse University Literacy Corps and enjoys supporting SU sports, listening to music, and spending time with friends.

Monique Valeris is a magazine journalism and English and Textual Studies major from Brooklyn, NY. She currently serves as Vice-President of Syracuse University’s chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and is a contributing writer for the Post-Standard. She has written feature stories for the Daily Orange and the Student Voice. She loves to read, travel, and listen to music.