Art Faculty Advisor
Morgan Cain, a practicing artist and instructor at RichmondCC, holds a BFA in Art Education with a concentration in ceramics and an MA in Art Education.
English Faculty Advisor
Jenny Teague, an English instructor at RichmondCC, holds a BA in English and MA in English Education from UNCP.
Martina Litty, a RichmondCC student pursuing an Associate of Arts, is an experienced writer and editor. After graduation, she aims to study English and work in publishing. Mentored by Lynn Veach Sadler, she has published five original poems in Witness: Appalachia to Hatteras, the Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poets and Student Poets 2015 chapbook. Litty has experience in editing, writing, publishing, videography, and audio recording. She currently tutors her peers and has taught classroom grammar, punctuation, and editing workshops for SEarCH. Litty maintains a 3.9 GPA and has placed twice in the Dean Elinor F. Foster Poetry/Short Prose Contest at UNCP: she tied for second place in 2015 and won first place in 2017. Most recently, Litty placed second in Language Arts Division II at the 2017 North Carolina Beta Club convention, qualifying her for the National competition, at which she placed first. Litty is the current National Champion in Beta Club Language Arts Division II.
Alani Evans is a RichmondCC student who won the Gilbert-Chapell Literary Arts Award hosted at St. Andrews University. Evans has also published poetry in The River, a literary arts magazine published through Literary Commons at UNCP. Evans also won first place at a district-wide religious competition in Lake City, S.C.
Jamiah Harris is a RichmondCC student with an extensive marketing background. He has done marketing for Sandhills Behavioral Center and Scotland County Teen Court. Harris has also served as Defense Attorney for Scotland County Teen Court, Counselor for Sandhills Behavioral Center, and President and Founder of SEarCH Newspaper Club. Harris recently founded The Sankofa, the Scotland County Youth NAACP newspaper.
Literary Assistant Editor
Esmeralda Garcia is a RichmondCC student planning to study for a B.A. in history after graduation, and she aims to become a teacher. Garcia grew up reading and writing, and her poetry talents are demonstrated by her publication in the Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poets and Student Poets 2016 chapbook.
Art Assistant Editor
Madison Andrews is a RichmondCC student with an extensive artistic background who is pursuing an Associate in Arts degree. Andrews is a dedicated student who maintains a 3.8 GPA at RichmondCC. Andrews has also published poetry in The River, a literary arts magazine published through Literary Commons at UNCP.
Richard Orvin is a RichmondCC student pursuing an Associate in Science degree. Orvin is a dedicated student and maintains a 3.7 GPA at RichmondCC.
Jacob Myers is a RichmondCC student pursuing an Associate in Science degree. Myers is a dedicated student and maintains a 3.5 GPA at RichmondCC.