Here’s a look at the staff of The Inquirer:
Catherine Hogue is a senior English major with a minor in print journalism. She is a staff writer in the Features department for Millersville University’s student newspaper, The Snapper, and is also a race reporter for Area Auto Racing News, where she covers the local Central Pennsylvania sprint car races. After graduating a semester early in December 2013, the York County native hopes to find a writing job at a newspaper or magazine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, writing, four-wheeling, having bonfires, and going to the sprint car races. She also enjoys watching HGTV for home design tips, and is obsessed with all the wedding/wedding dress shows on TLC. Her favorite color is pink and she loves anything glittery or sparkly.
Seth Eckman is currently a senior at Millersville University where he majors in English and minors in print media studies. After graduation, he hopes to land some sort of editing job. In his spare time, he likes to play guitar, jam out with his band, write plays and scripts, watch MMA, read, and hang out with friends.
Deborah Hostetter is currently a senior at Millersville University, after changing her major from English Education to English with a concentration in ESL and a minor in journalism. She is currently working as a tutor at the Millersville University Chryst Writing Center (CWC) and has authored pieces for other magazine publications. Deborah dreams of living somewhere in South America or Africa while working as an ESL teacher or writer/staff member of some nonprofit organization. Her multicultural aspirations are to be expected, seeing as she grew up as a missionary kid in Chile, South America, is an experience she tries not to take for granted. Deborah loves traveling, meeting people, hearing and reading stories, and writing about her own personal experiences and observations.
Chris Norton is currently a senior at Millersville University, majoring in English with a Journalism option, and a minor in music. He is also the Sports Editor for the university’s newspaper The Snapper. Outside of school, Chris enjoys playing drums and piano, listening to many different types of music, and writing. Other areas of interest include socializing with friends who attempt to bear with his incessant tapping, and playing numerous sports. After graduation, he plans on attending graduate school in Philadelphia to pursue a career in Public Relations, while also furthering his musical talents.