On campus since 1947, we are a student run, school sponsored creative publication that accepts work in any form; from poems to short stories to photography and art. Submissions are received and peer reviewed anonymously at weekly meetings, where positive and constructive critiques are recorded and sent back to the author, along with the vote of the staff. There is no limit to how many times an author can submit, nor have many times a piece can be resubmitted if it is rejected. To join the email list, simply email us at email@example.com.
LEE UPTON • PROFESSOR OF CREATIVE WRITING
Lee Upton, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence at Lafayette College, is the author of eleven books, including the novella The Guide to the Flying Island, five books of poetry, and four books of literary criticism. Her poetry and fiction appear widely.
LINDSEY MAURIELLO • CO-EDITOR 2019 – PRESENT
Lindsey Mauriello, class of 2022, is an English Writing major and a Psychology minor. She is also a board member of the English Club, a member of the Marquis Players, and a member of the Arts Society. She works on campus as a Writing Associate.
Sarah Scally, class of 2022, is an English Writing major. She is a board member of the English Club, a member of TRAP, and the Arts Society. She works on campus in the Digital Archives, specifically working on scanning and archiving all editions of The Marquis since 1947.
HELENA VANNATTER • COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR 2020 – PRESENT
Helena VanNatter, class of 2022, is an English Literature and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies double major. She is also the head of props for the Marquis Players, a board member of the English Club, a member of the Arts Society, and a member and resident of TRAP. She also works on campus as a lifeguard and as the assistant aquatics supervisor.
Laura Coates, class of 2021, is a Psychology major and an Anthropology & Sociology minor. She is a member of TRAP, a member of the Arts Society, and a member of Concert Choir. She does crew for the theater department shows.
Julia Soares, class of 2022, is a Psychology major and an Anthropology and Sociology minor. She is also a member of the Arts Society, Concert Choir, club tennis, and is a page designer for the school’s newspaper, “The Lafayette”.