Now in her fourth year of an honours degree in philosophy, Catherine still subsists on a continuous cycle of good coffee and cheap wine. If she’s not in the office inserting Oxford commas wherever she can, she might be climbing a mountain or procrasti-baking.
Mirelle Naud is the business and transitions manager and has worked previously for the Argosy as an arts and culture editor and editor-in-chief. She is in her fifth-year completing a double degree in English and biology.
Alix, this year’s managing editor, is in her fourth year at Mt. A and has finally come to the conclusion that she is studying English and geography. You can find her panic-reading on any of the above-ground floors of the lib because she’s inevitably already several weeks behind.
Charlotte Savage, copy editor at the Argosy, fills her days with microwaveable foods, young adult fantasy novels, and poor time management. She is currently wandering toward a degree in modern languages.
Maia Herriot is a third-year English major and a second-year news editor. Originally from Regina SK, she came to Sackville to escape landlocked small towns with vaguely suggestive names.
Minnow Holtz-Carriere is a news editor and a third-year history student from Toronto. She likes comics, rainy days and writing slightly tedious articles about university administration.
Arts & Culture Editor
In his third year at Mount Allison, Ben Maksym is excited to be the Argosy’s arts and culture editor this year. When Ben is not busy with his English major or drama minor, you might find him in Sackville’s Waterfowl Park for a stroll, or playing video-games with friends.
Sports & Health Editor
Alyssa is a fifth year Biology major and Chemistry minor. She is an expert in determining the ripeness of fruit
Olivia is a third-year student studying philosophy, politics, and economics, with a minor in women’s and gender studies. When she’s not in class or in the library, you can find her taste-testing all the chai lattes Sackville has to offer.
Trill Waves is a colossal asshole who somehow conned his way into a position on the Argosy staff as Humour editor. We don’t know how he got here or how to get rid of him. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any idea on how to get rid of this pest.
Ashli Green is a visual artist who has lived and studied independently in many places across Canada, which has influenced her work greatly. While also a graduate from SOVA in Dawson City, Yukon- she is now currently based in Sackville, New Brunswick continuing her studies toward a Bachelor of Fine Art.
Gill Hill, a third-year BFA student focusing on photography and minoring in music, is from Woodstock, Ontario; where cows and 'hill billies’ alike assemble. Gill is very excited to be the photo editor for the Argosy this year and is pleased to be on this great team of creative individuals!
Amelia MacDougall Fleming
Amelia MacDougall Fleming works as a news reporter for the Argosy. She is a second-year student who is majoring in geography and minoring in women’s and gender studies and sociology. Amelia grew up in Sackville and has read the Argosy her whole life.
Maisaa Al Tamki
Maisaa Al Tamki is a second-year student majoring in psychology and minoring in English literature. She is from Syria, a small country in the Middle East. Maisaa worked as a reporter in a journalism organisation that publishes news reports about the war in Syria. She loves cooking and developing recipes using fresh ingredients. She believes that if you love someone, make them good food.
Laura Skinner is an English major, creative writing enthusiast, and an avid photographer. She spends most of her time talking about her Scottish heritage, attempting whichever sport interests her at the time (currently golf) and annoying her pets. She also fills up her free time by painting and going on runs.
Arts & Culture Reporters
Derek Sharp, born the 19th of May, 1997, is from Oshawa, Ontario. He graduated high school in 2015 and chose to attend Mount Allison on a whim, where he fell in love with writing in all its forms. He’s looking forward to an awesome year reporting on all things artsy for the Argosy.
Julianna Rutledge is a third year English major at Mount Allison University. She grew up outside of Toronto (which she never quite liked) and moved to Sackville for university (which she would like better if there were less exams). She is an Arts and Culture reporter at the Argosy.
Maggie Pitman is a third-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Music with a minor in international politics. She enjoys writing in many different styles and is excited to be a part of the Argosy staff for the 2018-2019 school year.
Jane Rempel is a fourth-year English major and drama minor from the Vancouver, BC area. She has three friends and one cat.
Sports & Health Reporters
Emma MacMillan is a second-year student from Moncton, New Brunswick. She is studying psychology with a minor in French. She does synchronized figure skating and plays field hockey. Emma also enjoys hiking and spending time with her puppy.
Jessica Firminger is a fourth-year biology major from Sackville, NB and a winter enthusiast. When she’s not hitting the books, she’s hitting the slopes.
Louis Sobol is from Toronto and Ottawa. He likes birds, the apocalypse and hip hop. He thinks Sackville has a lot to offer if you look hard enough.
Emma Biberdorf is a third-year history student with a minor in art history. She is from Calgary, Alberta, and is one of the Argosy photographers for this upcoming year. Emma’s quote to remember is: “There are no bad pictures; that’s just how your face looks sometimes.”
Morgan Bender is a fourth-year computer science and psychology major from Toronto. You'll likely find her behind the screen of a sticker-plastered laptop, reading the latest Brandon Sanderson novel, or talking about her cats.
Mac Clevinger is an online editor for the Argosy in her third year of a computer science degree. She is amazing at her chosen field and does spectacular work. Yes, she wrote this. She also enjoys rock climbing, dancing, writing, and any other way to while away this mortal coil.
Social Media Manager
Tori MacBeath is a second-year student from Moncton, New-Brunswick. She is studying international relations with a double minor in art history and French. She enjoys dogs and talking about songbirds native to New Brunswick.
Allison is a fourth-year double-major in Canadian studies and political science, and this is her second year working at the Argosy, first as the opinions editor and now as the human resources manager. When she’s not working on school or the Argosy she likes looking at cute dogs on Instagram and watching trashy TV with her roommate.