Contributor Notes 2.1

Matthew Bellury is a non-traditional student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a fan of music from all around the world.

Malik Henry is a Mathematics student in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. In his spare time, he is a member of the Redcoat Marching Band where he plays the trombone.

Trevon Johnson is a third-year student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.

Claire Lutrick is a fourth-year student in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the Terry College of Business. She is interested in foreign language and anthropological trends in consumer markets, both domestically and internationally.

Katherine MacManus is a third-year student from Norcross, Georgia. While pursuing a degree in Biochemical Engineering, she is also working towards a minor in Music at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music. Beginning to play the oboe in 6th grade, Katherine has been passionate about continuing her education and skill with the instrument and welcomes other opportunities to learn about music history. She hopes she will always be able to continue her passion for music after she graduates in May 2018.

Maria Malaver is a recent graduate from the University of Georgia who majored in Sociology and minored in Communications Studies. During her college career, her favorite classes covered issues relating to inequality, conflict, and intercultural communication. In the fall of 2017, she will be moving to Atlanta to further her education by attending Emory Law School.

Kaito Nagashima is a second-year student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and a minor in Music.

Steven Tammen is a second-year student studying Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Classical culture. He is also interested in philology, the ancient Near East, and ancient history in general. If time were not an issue, he would probably study philosophy, linguistics, and computer science as well. In the future, Steven hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Classics and then either continue his studies in seminary or go on to a career in academia.

Sam Tate is a fourth-year student from Gwinnett County, Georgia. He transferred to the University of Georgia during the fall of 2015 and has been a Dawg ever since. Currently, he is an Entertainment and Media Studies Major, expected to graduate in spring 2018. Although his major is not music related, he is still an avid lover and plans to have music play an important role in his life, whether it is listening, researching, or playing.

Laura Woodliff is a third-year student studying Journalism and Women’s Studies. She hopes to combine her passions for feminism and writing to become a primary editor/contributor for publications such as Jezebel and Bitch Media. As both a freelance and academic writer, she hopes to embody both the snark and and smarts it takes to interest the public in dismantling the patriarchy. When she’s not reading or writing, Laura works with the Athens chapter of the Guide Dog Foundation.

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