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Reflector Magazine Editor-in-Chief

Noelle Walker

Hope Walker goes by her middle name Noelle. She’s a double major in writing & linguistics and English with a multimedia journalism minor from Gainesville, Georgia. She loves to read, and when other people’s words aren’t filling her head, she writes her own. When Noelle isn’t reading or writing, you can find her on the football field performing with the Southern Pride Color Guard or binge-watching Netflix. She’s an aspiring novelist, and she’s earned the title of ‘World Class Procrastinator.’ Follow her escapades on twitter @hopenoellew.

Reflector Editorial Staff

 

Reflector Managing Editor

Aubrey Brumblow

Aubrey Brumblow is the managing editor for The Reflector and a junior English and writing double major. A lover of words from a young age, she plans to write fiction full-time or work in the publishing industry. If she’s not writing, she’s probably thinking about writing. She also works as a tutor and eats way too much chocolate. Follow her on social media @ABrumblow.

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Campus Editor

Jenna Wiley

Jenna Wiley is a junior Writing and Linguistics major and has added a  minor in Multimedia Journalism. She first became involved in student media when she was a sophomore and fell in love with it right away. Now, she is a Campus Editor for the Reflector Magazine. In her free time, she enjoys scrolling for hours on Twitter and spending time with her friends. Along with student media, she is also a member of the Southern Pride Color Guard. For the occasional funny post, follow her instagram @jenna.wiley .

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Culture Editor

Savannah Savage-Johnson

Savannah Savage-Johnson is the Culture Editor for the Reflector Magazine. She is from Macon, Ga. After changing her major twice she has now found her home in the history department while minoring in criminal justice. In her free time she enjoys napping, listening to true crime podcasts and reading anything she can get her hands on. A lover of all animals, she is particularly obsessed with her cat named Atticus. For features, news, and cute animals follow her on Twitter @slsavagejohnson

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Events and Engagement Editor

Savannah King

Savannah King is a senior multimedia journalism major from Tifton, Ga., and is the Events and Engagements editor. She transferred to Georgia Southern her Junior year after graduating with her associate’s degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. She loves to travel, and has even studied abroad in Rome, Italy her sophomore year, and hopes to continue to travel in the years to come. In her free time, she loves to bake, read Cosmopolitan magazine, and she especially loves thrifting! You can follow her on twitter @SavannahBKing1 and on Instagram @savannah5998

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Contributing Staff

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Olivia Craft

Olivia Craft is a junior English Major and Writing minor at Georgia Southern University. She is the campus reporter for Reflector. She enjoys being out in nature, whether that is through hiking or camping. In her free time she also enjoys reading and chilling with her cat, Willow. She aspires to one day own a bookstore with cats in it, as well as an apple orchard.

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Tatiana Joseph-Saunders

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders is a Junior Writing and Linguistics major, and a FIlm Studies minor. Along with writing for The Reflector, she is a Resident Advisor, and EcoRep for The Center for Sustainability. As you can probably tell, she has various interests and passions, most importantly creative writing, environmental and economic sustainability, and film analysis. Tatiana plans on getting her graduate degree overseas and then move onto authorship and becoming a screenwriter.

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Kayla Winston-Bass

Kayla Winston-Bass is from Columbus, Ga and is a sophomore at GS. She is also a longtime writer and newly declared writing major. She enjoys sappy music, sunsets and occasionally a good Netflix binge. When she isn’t studying, she enjoys working towards her endless list of goals.

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