is a senior at Lebanon Valley College majoring in English literature and
minoring in music. His interests include innovative aesthetic techniques in
language and music as well as the synthesis of the arts. After graduation, he
plans to continue his work in scholarly and creative writing in addition to
is an undergraduate film studies student at Muhlenberg College, whose interests
range from modernist European cinema to classical Hollywood film, from
contemporary independent film to cult trash, and everywhere in between. John is
also an independent writer, producer, director, and editor. He made his feature
debut with April in 2011, and his most recent feature, The Outer Loop,
was nominated for best feature in the Greater Lehigh Valley Filmmakers Festival
in 2013. The Outer Loop can be watched in full for free online at https://vimeo.com/84655047
graduated from Young Harris College in May 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
A native of Coventry, England, Thomas came to the United States on a soccer
scholarship and soon became captivated with historical research. His main
interest is radio propaganda during World War II, a topic he plans to pursue at
is a senior at Lycoming College majoring in art history with minors in
archaeology and photography. She has a multitude of interests including ancient
and foreign cultures, all manners of art and, of course, video games. She plans
to attend Studio Art Centers International in Florence for a post-baccalaureate
year program in art conservation, and eventually pursue art conservation at the
is a senior at Lawrence University in Wisconsin, majoring in English and environmental
studies. Her love of Tristram Shandy is the culmination of an unexpected
relationship with 18th century literature. After graduating, she will pursue
work in environmental advocacy in the upper Midwest.
is a sophomore at Lebanon Valley College, currently majoring in digital communications.
Upon graduation, he hopes to become a user experience researcher occasionally
moonlighting as a novelist. His interests include writing, videography, and
working himself to death.
is currently a high school senior at the Lovett School in Atlanta. Although she
does not yet know where she hopes to attend college in the fall, she plans to
major in history while continuing to study French and Spanish. She enjoys
traveling, reading, and bargain hunting in her spare time, and she hopes to one
day eat her way around the world.
is a junior majoring in physician assistant science at St. Francis University.
A member of Phi Iota Sigma, Tess has also completed a minor in Spanish. This
April, she defended her thesis "Dental Health Needs in Monte Cristi, Dominican
Republic: Analysis and Implementation of Intervention." Following graduation,
Tess plans to work as a PA-C and pursue several interests, including mission
work and World War II history.
graduated with honors from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with
degrees in ethnic and women's studies and business management. As a student,
Anna worked at the Violence Prevention and Women's Resource Center, was Vice
President for the Queer People of Color Collective, and was a member of the
McNair Scholar's Program. Her research interests include queer theory,
transnational feminism, performance studies, critical mixed race studies, and
cultural studies. She will be beginning her Ph.D. in women's studies at the
University of Maryland in fall 2014.
is a senior interdisciplinary visual arts student focusing on metal sculpture at
the University of Washington. He found his passion for working with metal
through interning at a custom motorcycle shop in Seattle, and he is currently
working as an apprentice in metal furniture fabrication. He plans on honing his
skills through the apprenticeship and attending grad school for industrial
is a junior at Dartmouth College majoring in English and minoring in art history.
On campus, she conducts research in art history, photographs for the yearbook,
plays flute in the student-run orchestra, dances in the swing club, and
frequently attends arts performances. Elissa plans to pursue a career in the
is in his second year of study at the University of King's College and
Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. He is pursuing honors Bachelor of Arts
degrees in both early modern studies and political science with a minor in
religious studies. He grew up outside Toronto, Canada with an unusual
interest in books, history, and politics. He's published papers on
Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, and early modern coffee culture in various
graduated from the University of Michigan with honors and a Bachelor of Arts in
literature as well as in history in December 2013. Both of her degrees focused
on medieval and Renaissance studies. She wrote "Antiquity and the Italian
Renaissance: Platonic Building Blocks" as her senior history thesis. Having
been accepted to several Master's degree programs, Margaret is deciding which
school will best prepare her for her Ph.D. and the challenge of teaching at the
is a second-year arts student at La Trobe University's Melbourne campus in
Victoria, Australia. His double major is in cinema studies and philosophy, and
he was a founding member, program curator, and the president of the La Trobe
Cinema Society. His interests, scholarly or otherwise, include radical ecology,
Lucy Liu, writing in the third person, Frank Zappa's 60s period, Ghassan Hage
lectures, György Ligeti, the Veronica Mars TV series, Stanley Kubrick, and
James Naremore's film noir book. He is currently developing his own eco-centric
philosophy, producing a publication on Veronica Mars, maintaining his
arts-based blog--mylatrobecinemastudies --and plotting a career in academia.