Micah Wilkins calls the Midwest home. In her hometown of Kansas City, Missouri is where her love for newspapers and journalism began. At Warren Wilson she studies History and Creative Writing, as well as the mountains and streams around her. She misses the open skies of the flat Midwest, but feels comfort, nestled in this valley. This is her third year on the crew, and, as Editor-in-Chief, probably her most important. When she is not in the Echo office, she can usually be found petting a dog somewhere. Contact Micah at email@example.com
Jodie Brown is a junior majoring in chemistry and minoring in math. This is her second year working for the Echo doing design and editing. She is a native Alabamian who enjoys scrabble, Radiohead, and bad tv. Contact Jodie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Josh Reiss is a junior at Warren Wilson, and this is his 5th semester working for the Echo. Officially studying Sustainable Business and Spanish, Josh hopes to make the Echo more attractive by working as a designer. Contact Josh at email@example.com
Grace Hatton is a British Kid who’s lived on two continents and travelled to four. Armed with cheap composition books and an ipod full of movie soundtracks Hatton is happiest scribbling down random thoughts, sketching quiet people and writing any story that pops into her head. Hatton recently interned with an arts magazine in London, she is double majoring in art and creative writing at Wilson and enjoys the challenge of communicating the wonderful and perplexing oddities of WWC through the written word. Contact Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wyatt Pace likes to think of Wilson as his home where he wants to major in Outdoor Leadership. Currently Wyatt is working as a photographer for the Echo. He always has a camera on him and likes to take pictures wherever he goes. When he is not working for the Echo, he is usually beasting it up playing Reach or BF3. Music interests include anything under HEAVY ELECTRONIC MUSIC!!!!! Contact Wyatt at email@example.com
Claire Toal is a junior who loves anything pink. When not pursuing a degree in Psychology at WWC, she resides in Ithaca, NY with her 2 cats, 4 dogs, and parents. She is enthralled with Jim Morrison, the poetry of William Blake, hummingbirds, glitter, and red lipstick. Word. Contact Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackson Bicknell is a sophomore from New Hampshire studying Sustainable Business. He enjoys eating good food, learning, running, sailing and exploring new places. At night he can be seen peering through the second story window of Sage sitting on his bed.
Izzy Cohan is a Sophomore pursuing a degree in Creative Writing. This is his second semester on the Echo as a staff writer. If you look at his computer screen you won’t see anything besides Facebook, VICE, and the NYtimes unless it’s 1am to 5am. When Izzy isn’t writing for classes or the Echo he is pursuing a career in freelance media. Some of Izzy’s work can be found on Cycling Dirt. Contact Izzy at email@example.com
Sam Rivkin is an English major and one of the copy editors at the Echo. When she grows up she wants to be a movie script editor. She is a tiny girl with a lot of tattoos and enjoys taking pictures, going on adventures, and getting into all sorts of sketchy mischief. Contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lockie Hunter is from a town in Appalachia where oral storytelling is vital to the community. Lockie tells stories. She writes to safeguard the idiomatic expressions that are fast disappearing due to gentrification of the area. Lockie holds an MFA in fiction from Emerson College in Boston and is the proud supervisor of the Echo. Her stories can be found in The Baltimore Review, Arts & Opinion, Brevity, the Christian Science Monitor, Main Street Rag, McSweeneys Internet Tendency, and others. She is writing a novel that it is certain to find her disinherited. When not on campus (bounding around the Bannerman classroom or in the Echo offices) Lockie enjoys jumping off of cliffs, metaphorically and literally.