INTERTEXT 2012

 

 

 

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INTERTEXT
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Intertext is a publication showcasing the best undergraduate writing from the Syracuse University Writing Program. It exemplifies the power of writing and collaboration to inform and inspire.

The Louise Wetherbee Phelps Award recognizes excellence in writing in the Writing Program’s courses. Submissions are evaluated on depth, complexity, technical control, emotional and intellectual appeal, and how well they reflect the goals of the Writing Program.

The 2012 winners are Elliott DeLine for “Stages of Visibility” and Leanna Garfield for "Dreaming of Infrastructure: Architecture as Control and Parkour as Rebellion.”

EDITORS
George Edinger
Hayley Kang
Matt Kovac
Brooke Leone
Amy Li
Annie Licata
Amanda Rockwell
Margaret Spinosa
Flash Steinbeiser
Genevieve Anita Thomas
Olivia Tormenta
Victoria White

FACULTY ADVISOR
Patrick W. Berry


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Openings
EDITORS

Contributors

SECTION INTRO:
Acceptance and Identity

GENEVIEVE ANITA THOMAS &
GEORGE EDINGER

Stages of Visibility
ELLIOTT DELINE
WRITTEN FOR WRT 422

Society's Acceptance of Transgender Identity
ANRAI D. PEARSON
WRITTEN FOR WRT 105

Guarded Judgment
ANONYMOUS
WRITTEN FOR WRT 255

SECTION INTRO:
Life's Intangibles

AMY LI & ANNIE LICATA

Kelley
MACKENZIE C. SINGH
WRITTEN FOR WRT 422

The Inevitability of Elsewhere
MEREDITH JEFFERS
WRITTEN FOR WRT 114

Risks and Freedom
ALLISON CLARK
WRITTEN FOR WRT 301

Family Portrait
ELIZABETH BENNETT
WRITTEN FOR WRT 422

SECTION INTRO: Reverberations
of Connectedness

MARGARET SPINOSA &
FLASH STEINBEISER

Finding Shelter From the Storm
SUSAN HAMILTON
EXCERPT FROM HOME:
JOURNEY TO THE WESTSIDE


Dreaming of Infrastructure: Architexture
as Control and Parkour as Rebellion

LEANNA GARFIELD
WRITTEN FOR WRT 105

Writing Back
MARGARET SPINOSA

PETER K. MCSHANE
SYRACUSE VETERANS' WRITING GROUP

Therapy Dog
DEREK DAVEY
SYRACUSE VETERANS' WRITING GROUP

Why Should I Cite Them?
Student Writers in the Academy

ELIZABETH VOGT
WRITTEN FOR WRT 424

Editorial Team