Friday, September 5, 2014

Introducing our Student Writers

Photo credit: Mark Spooner

Reporting from inside Frost Hall and as far away as Rwanda, four student writers contribute a large portion of material to Notes Along the Way. John Buckley ’15 (left), Mary Hierholzer ’16 (right), Marina Lavender ’15 (center) and Jesse Steele ’15 (not pictured) offer perspectives on the ins and outs of Gordon, covering the stories of students, alumni, professors and the College community.

John, a business administration and communication arts double major, draws insight from his 2013–14 experience as a former Presidential Fellow mentored by Rick Sweeney, Vice President for Marketing and Strategic Communications. This fall Marina is Sweeney’s teaching assistant in his marketing class, as she looks toward graduation with a double major in business administration plus an individualized Pike major.

Mary, a history major who wrote for College Communications over the summer, is serving as The Tartan’s editor-in-chief during her junior year, and as an apprentice for the Center for Faith and Inquiry. Jesse, who is studying communication arts, reported for the College from afar in the summer of 2014 as he travelled and worked in Rwanda.

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