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Literary magazine brings out the creative
By Dina Di Maio
The Acorn staff this year is a blend
of dedicated people with one com
mon love: the fine arts.
The editor, Deanna Lemond, has
been involved with the Acorn for the
past two years. She is very excited
about heading it this year. Deanna is a
junior English major getting certifica
tion in high school English. She loves
music and hates close-toed shoes. Her
favorite writer is Langston Hughes.
Members of the staff include:
-Elizabeth Renee Cattles—-Elizabeth
is a freshman originally from Charles
ton, South Carolina. She writes short
stories and poetry. She reads her po
etry at Cup a Joe every Thursday night.
Her favorite poets are Dickinson, Wil
liam Carlos Williams, andjack Kerouac.
-Carolyn Chandley—Carolyn de
scribes herselfasa “makerof pictures.”
She is a studio art major and photogra
pher. She photographs for the Herald.
-Katie Cochran—Katie is the
Acorn’s publicity chair. She is a fresh
man English major. She hopes to go to
graduate school for journalism and to
get a doctorate in education for litera
-Dina Di Maio—Dina is the Acorn’s
prose editor. She is a junior speech
communications major. She writes
poetry, short fiction, and non-fiaion.
Her favorite poets and authors are A. E.
Housman, Christina Rossetti, Dorothy
Parker, and Paul Gallico. She’s a fan of
Japanese animation and the greatest
rock and roller, Bruce Springsteen.
-Collyn L. Evans—Collyn is the
Acorn’s art editor. She is a junior ma
joring in art with a concentration in art
history. She enjoys traveling within
the country and abroad. In January,
she and another student, ReginaReed,
will be curating an art exhibition of
women’s colleges in the Southeast.
-Caroline Fleming—Caroline is a
freshman English and biology major.
She loves writing and is excited about
being a part of the Acorn staff this
-Meredith Hubbard—Meredith is
the Acorn’s layout editor. She is a
junior American Civilizations major.
She enjoys playing with her dog, do
ing yoga, and watching the news.
She likes reading poetry by
Shakespeare and Edgar Allan Poe and
works by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Anne
Rice, William S. Burroughs, and Tom
-Christy McLean—Christy is the
Acorn’s treasurer. She is a freshman
who likes to read mysteries and sci
The Acorn staff is working hard to
produce the best Acorn ever, but
they can’t do it without you. So sub
mit your short stories, poetry, pho
tography, and artwork. The deadline
will be in early February.
The Acorn is also holding a con
test for the design of its new cover. A
cash prize will be awarded. Please
submit entries as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about
submissions or the contest, please
call Deanna at 859-3819.
On November 16, the Acorn will
hold its poetry reading at 8 p.m. in
Joyner Lounge. This is your chance to
read your poetry, so come out of that
closet and show us what you’ve got!
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Featuring:The Tony Elliot Band
What: M semi-formal
When: Nov. 10,1995 9 p m> to 1 a.m.
Where: Raleigh Civic Center
Who:You and your special someone
How much: $40—2 tickets
*AI1 Tickets bought at the door will cost $50
’^Shirts sold separately at $13-50
Tickets will be on sale Wenesday &Thm:sday in dining
hall- lunch and dinner, Friday lunch only and in the
MEA balloon gallery Monday-Thursday 10 a.m, -4 p.m.
and Friday 10 a.m- to 12 p.m.
Questions please call Hollie or Christina at #7911
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