The Factory Times, Spring 2016
Coletta, Daniel; Public Relations
Lizardi, Ryan; Advisor
Wang, Nancy; Lead Designer
Kluball, Josh; Chief Editor
Musto, Garrett; Designer
Rice, Matthew; Designer
Ross, William; Designer
Paw, Ashley Joy; Writer
Simonelli, Elizabeth; Writer
Capalbo, Joseph; Writer
Frazier, Keith; Writer
Gloff, Ryan; Contributing Designer
Deeley, David; Publication Director
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SubjectDonald Trump; Women in STEM; Lillian Moller Gilbreth; Kanye West; Poetry; Hachiko; Gene Kelly; music streaming; Astronomy; SUNY Student Association
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