Daphnee McMaster is a recent graduate of Lehigh University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Global Studies and English with a minor in Creative Writing. She excels in her attention to detail, written and oral communication skills, and her confidence in public relations. Daphnee has worked as a marketing and advertising intern in Milan, Italy, a video editor and videographer at Lehigh University, and a student manager for Lehigh University Men's basketball. Daphnee is a problem-solver with a keen eye for design and advertisement. In the Spring of 2015, Daphnee studied abroad in Galway, Ireland and has maintained her deep appreciation for international travel. When Daphnee is not working on projects in marketing or management, she enjoys spending her time creative writing, filmmaking, playing rugby, and cooking. Her recent endeavors have led her to not only drawing and painting again, but writing short fiction as well. In the future, Daphnee hopes to attend New York University to obtain a MFA degree in film. While she works on her portfolio for her application, Daphnee plans to start a podcast on hot topic issues in the media regarding art, literature, and social justice. Daphnee's love of travel, people, and understanding the globalized world has led her to great opportunities and she hopes it will lead her to more.
If anyone has read the Red Queen series and fell in love with Mare, Cal, Maven, and the lot I do not intend this post for you. This post is for those of us who wanted to fall in love but simply couldn’t because an editor somewhere in some god forsaken place didn’t know how […]More
From a young age, I have always been inquisitive, artistic, and well, loud. I spent my free time drawing and performing, always trying to develop a better way to interact with the world around me. I loved classical music for the sound and lyrical poetry it produced through no words at all. I’d tirelessly watch […]More
Once again, I must greatly express my deepest gratitude to Lehigh University and the English Department for allowing me to meet and speak with yet another author. Mr. Donald Haase, a man with a dry sense of humor and a knack for elaborate analysis of the art of storytelling, came to speak at Lehigh about […]More
Through the wonderful help of my university I have been granted the honor of meeting two very amazing people. The first person being the author of “All Aunt Hagar’s Children,” Edward P. Jones. And the second being Deborah Heiligman, author of “Intentions.” I had the great pleasure of talking to both of these amazing people […]More