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EDITORIAL BOARD

volume thirteen (2012-2013) student editors:

Jessica Arienti is a senior WRTC major with a Political Communication minor. She is a member of Alpha Phi and actively works on the philanthropy committee for the Alpha Phi Foundation for women's cardiac care. Jessica hopes one to day to work in publishing or for some type of magazine. In her spare time, she enjoys being with friends and family and trying new things. This is her first year as an e-Vision editor.

Emily Bennett is a sophomore Athletic Training major with a minor in Coaching. She is an investigator for the James Madison University Honor Council, a member of InterVarsity, and a Big Brothers Big Sisters volunteer. After graduation, Emily hopes to be a pediatric physical therapist and to coach a local softball team. In her spare time, Emily enjoys playing frisbee, making and eating delicious food, and spending time with her friends and family.

Camille Corum is a senior English and WRTC double major. She is a peer tutor at the University Writing Center and a member of Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional fraternity in marketing and sales. She enjoys writing creative nonfiction, especially personal narrative and travel writing. She currently works for the editorial department at May Media Group, the publishers of KIWI Magazine, an eco-friendly parenting and lifestyle magazine. Camille loves cooking (but mostly eating), browsing the shelves at Barnes & Noble, and blogging.

Casey Coughlin is a senior WRTC major with a Human Resources Development and British Communicdation and Media minors. This is her third semester as an e-Vision editor. Casey is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha where she helps raise money for the Special Olympics and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. During the spring 2012 semester she studied abroad in London where she discovered her love of traveling. After graduation Casey hopes to work as an editor for an entertainment magazine or a publishing company.

Brooke Covington is a senior pursuing a degree in English with a minor in Writing and Rhetoric. She is a peer tutor in the University Writing Center and contributes to the UWC Monthly, a publication dedicated to providing a window into the world of tutoring in the Writing Center. After graduation, Brooke plans to attend graduate school for an M.A. in Writing and Rhetoric. She hopes to one day pursue a career in publishing.

Erica Holsclaw is a junior Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication major with a minor in Art. She is a member of the co-ed National Honors Fraternity, Phi Sigma Pi. After graduation, Erica hopes to work as an editor for a magazine or book publishing company. In her spare time, Erica enjoys reading, baking delicious treats, and spending time with friends and family. 

Emma Maiorana is a junior Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication major with a minor in Creative Writing. Emma does freelance work for CollegeBound networks and interned at the office in New York, writing articles and blogposts for their websites. Emma enjoys writing, whether for school, work, or pleasure. She also loves spending time with friends and family, listen to music, dancing, and eating Mexican food. She plans to move to Denver, Colorado, after graduation.

Michele Patena is a senior Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication major with a concentration in Technical and Scientfic Communication. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in technical writing. Michele enjoys spoiling and playing with her two dogs, spending time outdoors on hiking trails or the beach, attempting to cook different recipes, and traveling.

Nicholas Rooney is a senior WRTC major at James Madison University. He is also a writing intern at GroMobi, a Harrisonburg-based mobile development company. Following his spring 2013 graduation, Nick hopes to enter the WRTC graduate program at JMU and then to pusrue a career in writing and editing.

Kathryn Straub is a senior Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication major with an Anthropology minor. This is her second year at JMU, as she transferred last year from her hometown community college. In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys reading and writing, especially for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), where the goal is to write 50,000 words in one month. After graduation, she hopes for a position with National Geographic. This is Kathryn's first year on the e-Vision editorial board.

Ryan Waldron is a senior Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication major with a concentration in Technical and Scientific Communication. He is also minoring in Environmental Science. Ryan has been a guest contributor to the JMU Breeze Opinion Pages since his first article as a sophomore. After graduation, Ryan plans to follow his passion for surfing and to find work in the emerging sustainability industry for ocean preservation. This is his second year as an e-Vision editor.

 

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