This page features the current Helix Board members.
Ashley is a junior at Central studying sociology and creative writing. Her favorite genre to write is poetry. She is honored to be working with a group as eclectic, passionate and immeasurably intelligent as the Helices.
Genna-Marie Kilduff is a sophomore studying Anthropology and Japanese, and is the managing editor at the Helix. She has been involved with writing, particularly poetry, most of her life and enjoys a wide range of genres. Her hobbies include reading, writing, studying Japanese, and volunteering at her favorite animal shelter. She occasionally with put a tentative piece of poetry up on her DeviantArt account at www.xaizaonigirix.deviantart.com.
Mike Rebeschi is an English (Sec. Ed) major and a creative writing minor. He is a swashbuckler with a daring demeaner. Rebeschi also enjoys a bit of scotch on a Sunday afternoon complimented by Jazz flute, and of course some poetry. As for his relationship with the Helix, let’s just say the two of them like to shag.
Etchings of totem poles found on the bars of Collin’s infanthood crib lead scholars to believe that he has been interested in creating art for a significant period of time. He currently studies psychology and art at Central Connecticut State University and he currently wants to pilot the Millennium Falcon. Collin loves cross-sectional diagrams, wood paneling, smoked Gouda and gold spray paint, and has a rational fear of one day mistaking a woman’s bathroom for a men’s bathroom. He is honored to be the Helix Magazine Editor-in-chief, and is honored to have you enjoy it.
Ethan Pelletier is the secretary of the Helix and has worked hard in the Helix in order to gain that position. He is also in the E-board of the Communications Club at Central Connecticut State University. Ethan’s hard work in the Helix has resulted in the revamped helixmagazine.org as he has created an archive for every issue since the 1977 issue of the Helix magazine(The first publication with the Helix name).
These five people work hard to make sure that all the submissions are read, voted on, and put together in the semesterly issue of the Helix Magazine.
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