Senior Staff Editor | Editorial Contributor (Arts)
Outside of my professional work, I am a traveler and seek adventure where ever I may find it. During the summer, I spend many of my weekends in my kayak exploring rivers and admiring beautiful sceneries. I also love to hammock and can often be found relaxing between trees on the mountains near Berea.
I enjoy learning and reading about new and exciting topics.This is my first year at Apollon, and I'm looking forward to get more involved with the team as I work to incorporate my interests and scholarly work into what we do.
I am a teaching assistant/student coordinator for the first-year writing program and I can also say that I have been at the Apollon now for a full academic year. My work consists majorly of paper review, project contribution, and moral support for my coworkers.
Ever since I was a child writing about how very blue the world was when I didn’t get what I wanted, I’ve been in love with storytelling. I hope to use my writing for social justice causes in the Appalachian region, as I write about the issues people face in the region and attempt to derail the stereotypes that haunt it.
Senior Staff Editor | Editorial Contributor
I’m a self-professed written word geek with an enthusiasm for books, journalism, and all things related. I am particularly interested in how narratives can be tools of examination for events, social issues and constructs. In the future, I hope to use writing and/or literature for social justice work.
Co-Editor in Chief
I had lived in the quiet little town of Annville all of my life until I began attending Berea College where I’m currently attempting my Bachelor’s Degree in History and working full time for Apollon. My historical interest lies in Medieval studies (particularly the Viking Age) and early American history.
Co-editor in Chief | Editorial Contributor
I am a senior, history and Asian studies double major at Berea College. Connect with me on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram!
I am a Ghanaian American raised in Northern Kentucky who is trying to piece together her identity in a country that likes to organize things alphabetically in Tupperware. I am currently a sophomore English writing major at Berea College. This will be my first year with Apollon, serving as an interviewer for A/V Matters.
Editor in Chief
Hello! My name is Abigail Palmer and I was born in Pasadena California, but have been living in Kentucky for quite some time now. I am an English Literature student at Berea College with a minor in Film Production, and am heavily involved in the instrumental program as well. Jazz Saxophone playing is one of the joys of my life, as is taking private piano lessons with members of the Berea Faculty.
University of Virginia at Wise