Lauren Frick (Student Director) is an English and Spanish double major in her senior year at IUN. She is the Vice President of IUN’s PRSSA chapter and an active member of Sigma Tau Delta. In addition to being Editor in Chief of Spirits, IUN’s Art and Literary journal, Lauren also reviews poetry for Great Lakes Review and writes book reviews for EcoLit Books. Just this summer, she interned with the Humane Society of the United States. Lauren is passionate about exploring social justice movements, environmentalism, and animal welfare movements through art, whether it be written or visual. She hopes to start her own nonprofit where she can host poetry readings, art shows, and film screenings all while focusing on climate change.
Danielle Hill is a senior at Indiana University Northwest. She is majoring in criminal justice with two minors in English and Women’s Gender studies. In her first semester as a tutor at the Writing Center, she is excited to be able to help students unleash their "inner writers." Following Margaret Atwood's encouragement, “a word after a word after a word is power," Danielle hopes every student who has the opportunity to feel the same empowerment that every great author felt when they first discovered the power of writing.
Ronald J. Lee is a senior at IU Northwest majoring in English Education and will be graduating in May 2021. Upon graduation, he plans to teach high school English courses to future adolescents. His specialties include British and American Literature during the 19th and 20th centuries. He is also a member of IUN’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success and IUN’s English academic honor society, Sigma Tau Delta. Some of his favorite authors include Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, Toni Morrison, and Zora Neale Hurston.
Bradley Pavey is a senior at Indiana University Northwest majoring in English on the writing track with minors in psychology and French. He has been attending Indiana University Northwest since August of 2016, and he will be graduating in December 2020. He has been a tutor at the Writing Center since August of 2019, and he has also worked as a Supplemental Instructor for English Grammar & Usage. He loves to do anything artistic or creative like writing, drawing, photography, music, etc. After graduation, Bradley would like to pursue a career in editing, writing, or publication with the ultimate goal of becoming a novelist.