The Atlanta Review is in the process of re-vamping our social media so that we can connect more with you all. The people behind our social media are none other than Master’s students in the Global Media and Cultures program (GMC) at Georgia Tech taking a class by the name of—you guessed it—The Atlanta Review. Basically, the class is designed to give students hands-on editorial experience in running and maintaining the Atlanta Review (AR). Students learn to make editorial choices across a number of media platforms, from choosing poems to publish for our print issues, to maintaining social media like Instagram and Facebook, to managing subscriber and contributor lists, updating and improving the AR website, and overall contributing to the long-term indexing project of back issues.
Here are the bios of the graduate students in the Fall 2021 AR Class!
Meg Carver is currently working on her masters degree in Global Media and Cultures with a focus in French. She completed her undergraduate degree at Georgia Tech as well with a major in Literature, Media, and Communication and a minor in French. She enjoys video games, art, and spending time with her family. Her greatest love is her dog Bonnie.
Mackenzie Dumaresque is originally from East Coast Canada but has lived in multiple American states. She is a GMC student completing a concentration in French. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Alabama in International Studies with a double major in French. In her future, Mackenzie hopes to work for a non-profit or NGO and she is so excited to see what opportunities arise in the future.
Eboni Goar is an Atlanta native majoring in GMC with a Japanese language concentration. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia (go dawgs!) in Asian Languages and Literature. When she is not in class, she can be found at events with Georgia Tech’s Japanese Student Association, hanging out with friends at restaurants in Atlanta/Athens or at home doing some online shopping.
Rebecca Hammond obtained a B.S in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a minor in Spanish from Georgia Tech. Through her internship experiences working in beauty and personal care for Unilever, Rebecca has gained an understanding of inclusive product development and consumer communication. She enjoys listening to music and cooking in her free time.
Elle Kostka is getting her Master’s in GMC at Georgia Tech, researching German Corporate Social Responsibility. She received her BA in German and BA in Comparative Literature from UGA, particularly enjoying German Romantic Literature. She continues to enjoy Ballroom dancing, both socially and on the Georgia Tech competition team.