A sophomore student at Marist College, Robin Miniter is working on a degree in Journalism with a Women’s Studies and Global Studies minor. After living abroad for the past year, she hopes to someday gallavant around the globe as a travel writer or photojournalist. Senior year, she intends to incorporate all of her interests in the effort to apply for a Fulbright Grant to India. At the moment, Robin is a staff writer and photo contributor at the The Circle, the student newspaper, as well as an eBoard member for the Literary Arts Society, a member of Habitat for Humanity, a student tutor, and member of the nationally ranked Marist College rugby team.
In her free time, Robin enjoys being active, cooking (often unsuccessfully) for friends, throwing dance parties, and searching for that next adventure.
Caitlin Nolan is a sophomore at Marist College where she majors in
Communications with a concentration in Journalism and a minor in History. She was born in Brooklyn, New York where she has lived her entire life. While in highschool, Caitlin participated as a staff writer for the Bishop Kearney
Trumpet. As a freshman at Marist College Caitlin began to submit pieces to The Circle, the Marist weekly newspaper.
During her first semester as a sophomore she began to hold the responsibility of Assistant Opinion Editor where she was able to gain experience editing and
writing. Presently, she acts as Web Editor, a role that will help to provide
valuable experience in writing for online publications as well as continuing to
tailor her editing and writing skills.
Although her time at Marist is far from over, Caitlin has taken a variety of
classes that will enhance her writing and communication skills as a whole,
Journalism I, Journalism II, Press in America, Communication in Society,
Communication Research Strategies and Methods and Public Presentation among them.
In her spare time, Caitlin likes to write, horseback ride, dance, and watch
movies. In addition to her involvement in The Circle, Caitlin is a member of the Equestrian team, Communication Arts Society, Dance Club, and Campus Ministry. In the future, Caitlin hopes to write for a major daily or weekly newspaper.