"A Beacon of Truth for the Unheard."

The Team

THE PAPER IS SEEKING journalists, editors, poets, bloggers, activists, designers, photographers, videographers, illustrators, media experts, strategists, and thinkers…

Want to join? Submit an application.


CURRENT MEMBERS

KACY GEORGE
Editor-in-Chief
2018–2019

“We proudly stand on the shoulders of those who came before us.”

—The Paper

Before serving as the Editor at The Paper. I was a writer and designer under the previous Editor-in-Chief, Leilani Goodwin. Leilani, like myself, found ourselves questioning the reality of our social, political, and economic lives. The Paper is the place where I have merged my passion of media communication with social justice.

As Editor-in-Chief, my number one job at The Paper is to get people involved in the community we live. To get people who come in contact with The Paper to think about how their actions can impact the world for the better or worse. The Paper has changed my life because it has connected to a hub of talented individuals whose voices are among some of the most empathetic of our generation.  In my future career, making a difference leveling the playing field through a variety of different policies and principles is a pivotal guiding philosophy me.


ZHANÉ PARKER
Co-Editor
2018–2019

I am a senior in the Ad/PR program at CCNY. In life, I aspire to become a producer, writer, director, model, and much more! I joined The Paper in search of a greater sense of purpose and responsibility as a student. Writing for The Paper will help me continue to impact the CCNY campus in a positive and meaningful way by telling stories that educate and inspire students. Personally, I wish for it to help me grow creatively, emotionally, and mentally. As a writer, I use my voice to shine a light on social issues and push for real change. I hope that The Paper will continue to strengthen the CCNY community as it’s done in the past by creating a safe space for open dialogue on the issues that affect our diverse student body.


PAULA MUÑOZ
Co-Editor
2018–2019

“and when we speak we are afraid/our words will not be heard/nor welcomed/but when we are silent/we are still afraid/So it is better to speak.”

—Audre Lorde, A Litany for Survival  

I joined The Paper as Managing Editor because I was inspired by the mission and legacy of the organization when Professor Linda Villarosa introduced our Race and Media class to the history behind the mission. Kacy George, the Editor in Chief, encouraged me to join and help the define the future of the organization in the wake of our current status and legacy we stand on. The Paper is the place to connect with and share the many talented voices and perspectives our City College community contains. I would love for the Paper continue to amplify the diverse and unique lives of our campus members and the surrounding community to a wider audience. Sharing, listening, and learning from one another is the only way to grow together.


NICHIMYO RICH
Social Media Manager
2018–2019

After understanding what The Paper represents, that it is a place for unheard voices, I knew this was where I wanted to write and create.” The Paper is a community of people who have ideas of what the world could be and can be, I am lucky to be part of that community. In life, I hope to create positive change using creativity and big ideas to make big changes. I have coined a title for my career, I want to be a Creative Consultant for Change. Cool, right? Basically, I just want to change the world. Another chapter begins at The Paper.


LENA QUINN
Treasurer
2018–2019

I joined The Paper to continue breaking boundaries and raise questions that others do not approach.  The Paper provides an outlet for students to engage with their fellow peers. As the treasurer, Lena ensures The Paper has the necessary resources to continue operations and share a voice. It is important to seek guidance from others and accept help when given, as there is strength in numbers when facing social injustices.  I imagine the voice of The Paper to be one that strikes attention to stimulating topics not being covered, upholding diversity of ideas, bringing attention to the importance of social justice and being a safe space to exchange social, political and economic ideas.


LIST OF MEMBERS

1968–Present

Adams, Jasmine
Alladice, Darryl
Augustin, Lindsie
Austin, Andre
Bailey, Martina
Ballinger, William
Becker, John
Bell, Thomas
Bernier, Sheryl
Brito, Djaerly
Brown, Keevin
Browne, Sarai
Bullock, Celeste
Burg, Lenny
Caldwell, David
Castillo, Robert
Collazo, Bob
Covington, Francee
Crain, William
Dajer, Dominique
De Leon, Albert
Dmitrieva, Anastasia
DiRienzo, Joe
Dixon, Gwen
Doris, Anne
Doris, Warren
Dorsey, Ely
Edmead, Carol
Fleming, Ted
Fleshman, James
Ford, Arlette
Ford, Jordon
Frost, Ray
Galluzzo, Piero
George, Kacy
Goodwin, Leilani
Graves, Jasmine
Gray, Dorothy
Hayes, Gene
Holder, Gred
Holmes, Steven
Hunter, Victoria

Jackson, Henry
James, Dean
Jimenes, Jose
Kearse, Akeem
Lake, Edwin
McDonald, Tom
Meneses, Beverley
Morgan, Jeff
Muñoz, Paula
Newton, Chris
Ott, Kaitlan
Parker, Zhané
Pham, Eitene
Quinn, Lena
Powell, Charles
Rechin, Charles
Reyes, Angelita
Rich, Nichimyo
Riddick, Diane
Rivera, Jaime
Rosado, Grace
Sabour, Mai
Sanjurjo, Olga
Shittu, Habibat
Sierra, Diana
Simms, Paul
Small, James
Soto, Faviola
Steck, Shannon
Stephens, Cynthia
Tennant, Oronde
Thomas, Nathaniel
Thompson, Tanika
Tillman Irving, Jane
Tucker, Jalesa
Wallace, Michele
Watts, Duane
White, Eric
Wiltshire, Easter
Wood, Easter






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