volume eleven editorial staff

2010-2011

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student editors:

Camille Corum is a sophomore English major and WRTC Writing and Rhetoric minor. She rides for the Equestrian team and is a member of Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional fraternity in marketing and sales. Camille is a peer tutor at the University Writing Center and an academic tutor at JMU's Athletic Performance Center. She will study Irish literature and creative nonfiction in Ireland during summer 2011. She will also study abroad at Oxford University in the spring of 2012. After graduation, she plans to attend graduate school for a Ph.D in English literature. 

Casey Coughlin is a sophomore WRTC major and a Human Resources Development minor. This is her first year 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 will be studying abroad in London. After graduation Casey hopes to work as an editor for an entertainment magazine or a publishing company. Casey enjoys watching her favorite TV show, Grey's Anatomy, and reading novels in her free time.

Kathryn Crowley is a senior Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication major and Sport Communication minor. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, a co-ed professional business fraternity. She serves on the organization's executive board and is also the Chaplain. Kathryn also works in JMU Athletics Communications as a practicum student where she updates player information on the JMU sports web site, writes game previews for upcoming baseball games, and keeps statistics in the press box at home JMU baseball games. She will be graduating in May and hopes to move to New York City or Washington, D.C. and find a job in public relations or communications with a sports organization. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing on the beach with a good book.

Colleen Hayes is a senior Media Arts and Design major with a minor in Sport Communication. This is her first year on the e-Vision editorial board after more than a year working as the Breeze sports editor. After graduating, Colleen will attend VCU for a masters in multimedia journalism. In her free time, Colleen likes to flaunt her sports and pop culture knowledge; she hopes to work for ESPN as a broadcaster.

Paul Loman is a junior WRTC major and Music minor. This is his second year as an editor for e-Vision. Paul works as a peer tutor at the University Writing Center and as an Resident Advisor. In his free time, Paul accompanies vocalists and instrumentalists in the School of Music, takes long walks, and watches 30 Rock.

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Kelly Morris is a Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication major with a Communication Studies minor. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta where she helps raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. She worked with an author for her summer internship where she found a love for the editing and publishing processes. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys cooking, watching movies and being surrounded by family and friends.

Ian Morrow is a Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication major also minoring in Creative Writing. On campus, he is currently involved in the JMU chapter of Students Helping Honduras, a non-profit organization that aims to educate Honduran youth. During his summers in Philadelphia, Ian enjoys coaching his local swim team, the FCC Sharks. When it is time to relax, Ian finds himself exploring photography and graphic design.

Chloe Mulliner is a senior media arts and design major with a concentration in print journalism and a minor in Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication. She spent her summer writing and editing for a newspaper in Northern Virginia. After graduation, she hopes to continue working in the field of journalism.

Chris Petty is a sophomore WRTC major with a concentration in Technical and Scientific Communication. This is his first year as an editor for e-Vision. Chris is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon as well as the National Society of Leadership and Success. In his spare time he likes to watch sports, read, and help out at his family's vineyard.

Megan Reichart is a senior media arts and design major with a concentration in journalism and a minor in technical and scientific communication. She is the executive editor of Madison 101, a guide for first-year students at JMU, and was a copy editor for The Breeze, JMU's student-run newspaper. In her spare time, Megan enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with friends.

Sarah Robertson is a senior Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication major with a minor in Communication Studies. This is Sarah's first year as an e-Vision editor. She has devoted four years to Sigma Kappa Sorority, and last year served as JMU's campus correspondent and head editor for Her Campus magazine. After graduating in May, Sarah hopes to work in web production for one of her many favorite magazines.

Martin Steger is a senior SMAD and WRTC double major. He enjoys hanging out on his couch. He hates writing and finds it incredibly stressful, but has decided it's his only chance at gainful employment. He currently works in the University Writing Center and writes for The Early Late Show.

Abby Ware is a Political Science major with a minor in Philosophy. She is the Executive Treasurer of the Student Government Association and a member of Safe Rides. She spent part of her 2010 summer studying philosophy in Greece, and plans to intern in London in summer 2011 for Parliament or an international law firm. After college, she hopes to attend law school or to pursue a masters in Political Science in Italy. Abby likes to read, hike, and relax with family and friends in her spare time.

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