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Julia Hall—Senior, English
As a lover of humans and nature, this English fanatic hopes to change the world with words just as rivers alter the edges of the earth with their currents.
Roberto De La Rosa-Finch—Senior, English & Communications
Roberto has been writing for leisure since he was eight. Now he takes his passion for writing to report the stories revolving UD’s campus. From sports, to Zombie Dogz, to any genre of music, he is always down to converse.
Assistant Print Editor
Kaitlin Gawkins—Junior, Biology
Cari Zahn—Senior, English & Communications: Journalism
This optimistic Daytonian, neither artist nor entertaining, trusted her gut when entering the newsroom and ended up the Arts & Entertainment editor. Aside from her editing job, her interests include, but are not limited to: coffee, horror movies, and intersectional feminism.
Peter Kolb—Junior, English
Fueled by the arrogance of Kanye West, coupled with the crippling selfdoubt of David Foster Wallace. Peter loves irony and hates incomplete sent
Mary Guida—Junior, Art Education
Director of Digital Media
Christian Cubacub—Sophomore, Computer Engineering
Christian loves doing event photography & cinematography. He is originally from Honolulu, HI but somehow landed in Dayton, OH. Since his arrival, he hasn’t stopped filming and photographing stuff. If you’re trying to find him, we wouldn’t know where to direct you. Rumor has it that he’s constantly out there photographing events. He still hasn’t returned…
Steve Miller—Senior, Mechanical Engineering
Hailing from the awkward Yankee Dixie estuary of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Steve is an avid baseball junkie with a convenient passion for writing. He turned to journalism to practice the social skills his engineering discipline won’t let him develop. He has written a baseball blog for over five years and enjoys traveling the country, taking in sports all the while.
Liz Kyle—Senior, Sociology
Will Van Winkle— Senior, English
Rebecca Servaites— Graduate, Computer Science