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Sara Stamatiades

Staff writer and communications consultant for the Chattooga Conservancy

Sara Stamatiades graduated from the Clemson University Calhoun Honors College in 2017 with a B.A. in English. During her time as an undergraduate, she actively participated on campus in various capacities, including her job as a Writing Fellow and her leadership position at The Chronicle, Clemson's literary and visual arts magazine.


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Remy Barnwell 

First-year law student at George Washington University Law School

Remy Barnwell is a first-year law student at George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. While attending Clemson, she majored in English with an Emphasis in Writing and Publication studies. Following her sophomore year course on African-American history taught by Dr. Rhondda Thomas, Remy developed a specific interest in race, place and literary theory. During her time at Clemson, the English Department offered courses that enables her to further her interest in those topics and others.
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Miriam McEwen

Staff writer and communications consultant for the Chattooga Conservancy

Miriam McEwen hails from Mountain Rest, South Carolina. She is a recent graduate of Clemson University, earning a Bachelor’s in English with a minor in Creative Writing. As well as former President of Delta Alpha Pi, the only academic and service-oriented honor society at Clemson exclusively for students with disabilities, Miriam is a Disability Rights advocate, having worked closely with such organizations as the Tiger2Tiger Student Panel. She is an alumna member of the Student Accessibility Services Advisory Board, which works to achieve Universal Design in the structural elements of the campus and in course curriculum. From 2014 to 2017, she worked as a Student Director for the Clemson Literary Festival. Miriam is currently working as  a staff writer and communications consultant for the Chattooga Conservancy. She plans to pursue her MFA in fiction.


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