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Meet the Staff












Ryan Manning ’17, Editor-in-Chief 

Ryan Manning is the Production Manager for the Pegasus and a sophomore at Washington College. He is studying Chemistry and English and has also worked with the Literary House as a summer intern, producing the Sophie Kerr Anthology for 2013-2014, which will be printing in the Summer of 2015. He is a passionate student of poetry and design and hopes to continue working at the Literary House throughout his time at Washington.









Ariel Jicha ’15, Pegasus Intern

Ariel Jicha is a senior majoring in English and Art/Art History. She is the spokesperson for the Writer’s Union and a screener at Cherry Tree, a national literary journal based here at WAC. In her rare free time, she can be found draining the chai latte supply at Evergrain and reading atrocious fanfiction. 












Corey Pippin ’17, Pegasus Intern 

Corey is a sophomore from Aberdeen, Maryland and an Economics and Computer Science double major. When he isn’t busy designing the next hit software for Microsoft or writing articles for The Wall Street Journal, he likes to spend time with friends, watch movies, and go on road trips. He will be going abroad this upcoming Summer and Fall and hopes to fully experience the culture and language of both Beijing and Hong Kong, where he will be studying. 












Lily Starr ’17, Pegasus Intern  

Lily is a sophomore English major and Creative Writing minor. Lily serves as a Senator for Middle Hall in Student Government, Secretary for Middle House Council, and Copy Editor for Washington College’s student-run creative writing publication, The Collegian. Lily enjoys the color green, writing poetry, and finding the extraordinary within the mundane. 














Tye Van Horn ’16, Pegasus Intern 

Tye Van Horn is, against all odds, a junior. Ever-so-stubbornly an English and Philosophy major, he writes fiction when he thinks people aren’t watching and plays video games to make the bad thoughts go away. Often accused of plotting world domination, Tye responds, stating his intention is more “world optimization than anything,” chuckling nervously to make it unclear whether or not he is joking. Needless to say, he needs a tall glass of chocolate milk to get through the working day.