Amanda Bourne is an English Media and Performance Studies major with a minor in Theology and Religious Studies. Her research interests include Virginia Woolf, film and transmedia adaptions, and Sherlock Holmes. A senior Honors student, she has studied abroad in Spain, Italy and at Oxford University. After graduating in May, she will be living in Boston, interning at Society of Saint John the Evangelist through Episcopal Service Corps.

Joanna Chenaille is an Interior Design major in her Junior year at Marymount. After graduation, she hopes to work designing healthcare spaces. Joanna enjoys taking pictures and writing letters. She is interested in film, poetry, and musical theater.​

Madison Herbert is an English and Communications major, with a focus in journalism and public relations, as well as a minor in Fashion Merchandising. She is the Section Editor for the fashion column in Marymount’s student run newspaper, in addition to being involved in Fashion Club and Portfolio in Motion. Upon graduating after this next academic year, she hopes work for a public relations firm in the DC area that specializes in fashion, lifestyle, and event planning. Her primary interests include travel, music, creative writing, and media design.

Peter Lengyel is a senior English major with a strong interest in writing and education. He anticipates graduating in May of 2016.

Leora Lihach is a Senior Honors student, majoring in Communications and minoring in Gender Studies. She is currently interning at the National Organization for Women and plans to continue her feminist work after graduation. Specifically, she hopes to produce the activist play she wrote last summer while studying at Oxford University, Madres de la Revolución.

Adrienne West is a happily married mother of two boys living in Great Falls, VA. She has held a number of leadership positions on campus and is involved in many organizations including, but not limited to, writing and editing for student literary publications The Banner, Magnificat and BlueInk. Majoring in MU’s writing track, she has enjoyed the many English classes she’s taken in the last two years. After graduating in May, Adrienne looks forward to working on her thriller novel and pursuing a career in writing and publishing.

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