Dennis Millisor: I don’t even think that this
is real. It’s probably just another one of those online scams,
where you send in some information and then receive a bill or something.
Do you know who I am? Do you know what I’ve done? I have killed
animals, and I have eaten their meat. I have toiled against the ground,
and I have tasted its fruit. I have fought wars, erected monuments,
and I am building an online empire at www.DennisMillisor.com. So,
yeah...there ya go.
My name is Sarabeth Mull. I am
a sophomore English major at OSUM and I love to write: “Let’s
meet at a bar because I have this idea, and I’ll tell it to
you and you can tell me it’s
a lousy idea, and we’ll agree that it’s a terrible idea,
but at least we’ll be at a bar, and it will be less awkward
and the whole evening won’t be a complete waste.”—Daniel
My name is Terrahl Del Taylor. I'm
currently a business major with a minor on threatre. I focus on landscape
photography. I freelance with many different companies with graphic
design and family/senior photos. Once day I hope to open my own studio
My name is Mark Anthony Tomsic and
I am from Columbus, Ohio. Currently, I am majoring in social work
and aspire to have
a successful career helping others with addictions and providing
clients with a stable support system. My other goal in life is to
get married and have a beautiful and healthy family. I want to be
the best husband to my future wife and the best father a child could
ask for. I cherish the fact that I am different from other individuals
in my age range. My distinctions have led me to experience many events
and appreciate varieties of culture, writing, film/theatre, photography,
and art. Photography is an outlet that allows me to loosen the concealed
part of my personality that opposes social norms of society and provide
laughter and provoke thought. My favorite films include, Who’s
Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, Erin Brockovich, Forest Gump, and Little
zach wheeler: english major, professional writing minor.
likes art, graphic design, music, and poetry.
Many of the photographers whose work is included in our "Lightbox" section were also students in the Art 300 Digital Photography course taught by Mary Fahy, who again deserves a special note of thanks for each year encouraging her students to submit The Cornfield Review.