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Staff

MICAH LOCKHART / GENERAL MANAGER

The General Manager oversees the entirety of the magazine development and publication. The General Manager has the power to accept or veto any idea or decision made by his/her staff, as long as it is for the benefit of the magazine. Duties of the General Manager include managing the entirety of the magazine budget, setting dates for staff meetings, and being available in the office frequently.

TAYLOR BROWN / ASSISTANT MANAGER

The Assistant Manager works with the General Manager on most matters concerning the magazine. These duties include, but are not limited to, managing the budget, being present for all staff meetings, and being available in the office. The Assistant Manager may work with the Art Director as well as the Public Relations department. In addition, the Assistant Manager acts as editor for the staff writers.

ANNA SELBY / ART DIRECTOR

The Art Director will oversee and unify the artists on staff. Those artists include, but are not limited to, the photographer(s), illustrator(s), and layout designer. The Art Director is responsible for reporting the artistic progress of the issue in development to either the Assistant Manager or General Manager. The Art Director may include his/her own contributions to the issue in development. Published works are not limited to the products of staff he/she oversees. The Art Director will be held responsible for spending time in the office, aside from when present for meetings.

JENNIFER SALERNO / PUBLIC RELATIONS

The Public Relations representative(s) is responsible for company exposure, affairs with local businesses, fundraising events, and advertising opportunities. AT LEAST once a day, he/she will be expected to update social networking sites to raise awareness of the company and products sold by the company. Social networking sites include, but are not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, and the company website. The Public Relations representative will be asked to visit local businesses and inquire their willingness to advertise within the company product.

 KURT DEL BUSSO, MARCELLA CAMARA, JANAY BRICKEY, ANDREW GORMAN / WRITERS

Writers will submit articles to be published through the magazine. Articles will be 1800-2000 words in length; roughly two pages. There will be multiple articles submitted by a writer to be used in a magazine issue. Writers will be required to write one in-depth journalism article. They will then be given a choice. The writer can either compose an additional journalism article, OR three creative writing pieces. All written pieces will be reviewed and edited by the Assistant Manager before publication.

PAIGE HACKLER, ALYSSA CRUZ, MADALYN JOHNSON / ILLUSTRATORS

Illustrators will provide original art to be included in the magazine. Illustrators are required to provide six original pieces for each magazine issue. All pieces done by the Illustrator will be given a final inspection by the Art Director. Rules and regulations to abide by will be provided by the Art Director. These regulations will include, but are not limited to, methods of avoiding plagiarism, proper use of consent forms, and proper use of equipment.

JESSICA GRIFFIN / PHOTOGRAPHER

Photographers will provide photographs for the magazine. The number of photographs will vary depending on the needs of each issue. All photographs taken by the Photographer will be given a final inspection by the Art Director. Rules and regulations to abide by will be provided by the Art Director. These regulations will include, but are not limited to, methods of avoiding plagiarism, proper use of consent forms, and proper use of equipment.

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