Voices of Industrial America students:
Amanda Page is currently a student studying Art History at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She graduated in 2015 from Harford Community College with her Associate degree in Public History. She transferred to St. Mary’s College in the spring of 2015 and is currently writing her senior thesis on William Butterfield through the context of the Arts and Crafts Movement and the Oxford Movement.
Wilhelmina Beeler is currently in her senior year at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She studied abroad at Queen Mary University of London in the Fall/Winter of 2014 and visited Ireland for a travel course in 2012. When not doing research and homework, Mina spends time gaming, playing music and creating woodburnings for her Etsy. She is in the process of applying to Archival Management graduate programs.
Rebecca Ritter is a sophomore at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She is studying English Literature and Spanish, with a minor concentration in Computer Science. She works for her college newspaper, The Point News, and works as a writing tutor. When not busy writing (for work or for pleasure) she enjoys knitting, swimming, and sleeping.
Zachary Roper is a native Floridian, coming from the tourist mecca of Orlando. He is currently a student of History at New College of Florida in Sarasota, and tends to focus on the Caribbean. He has experience working in archives in Kingston and in Sarasota. His hobbies include scuba diving, hiking and jogging.
Leo Jobsis Rossignol is currently a third-year student at New College of Florida. Hailing from the Virgin Islands, Leo studied for an extensive period of time at the University of the Virgin Islands in applied math. Transferring to New College in Spring 2015, Leo is currently working towards a dual degree in history and economics. When not overburdened with coursework, he spends his time reading, SCUBA diving, and enjoying the Florida air.
Kate Rowell is a junior at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and is pursuing a major in History and in Political Science. She is currently interning through the college at the North Adams Historical Society, and hopes to pursue a career in public policy in Boston, Massachusetts upon graduation in 2017.