Introducing the New Silverfish Staff
Who is accountable for what you’re reading in the Silverfish? If you think it’s garbage, then you should blame one of the following: capitalism, Tonya Harding, Clay Bennett, oil companies, Crocs footwear, the Dadaism movement or one of the New Kids on the Block (preferably not Jordan). But if you believe this is a highly informative and stimulating newsletter, these are the people who deserve your praise. They come from different backgrounds, but all share the desire of someday wearing a lemon-colored master’s hood.
Anne Dame, 3ditor, aka Cerberus
Anne has a slight tendency to exaggerate, an extreme affinity for bathing in chocolate and is prone to staying up til 4 AM to finish a good book. Upon graduation from the iSchool, she hopes to land a cushy job with summers off for good behavior and perhaps be nominated for sainthood for her work with those unruly beasts called children. When she is not reading YA lit, she can often be found hiking, eating waffles or planning trips to faraway places.
Heather K. Schmidt, Publicity Manager
Heather graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in English Literature. Even though she grew up in Chehalis, WA, she still knows how to have a good time. She tenatively aspires to work as a reference librarian but is open to other avenues. Heather's precious hours of spare time are spent either running at the IMA or binging in her kitchen. "Peer pressure" is her forte, and she is going to spend the next few quarters convincing everybody that reading Silverfish is, like, the most valuable way to spend any allotment of time.
Meagan Lacy has aspirations of being a reference librarian somewhere, anywhere. When she isn't in class or working at the Foster Business Library, she likes to eat hot fudge sundaes at the Coastal Kitchen. They're sublime.