2013 Editorial Team
2013 On The Record Student Executive:
Lucy Ahern has editorial aspirations for the future (watch your back, Jackie Frank), and has contributed news and feature articles, reviews and columns to Attitude, LUNA and UniLife publications in the past. She enjoys baking, Marieke Hardy, the odd British boy band, and has a terrible affection for puns. You’ve been warned.
Sarah Spencer is studying a double degree in a Bachelor of Journalism and Bachelor of International Relations and loves everything to do with writing! Since the age of six she has been creating mini-books, which has transformed into a passion for the news and the world around her. Currently in her fourth year , she has travelled to Asia, Europe and America – for holidays, exchanges and the Presidential Inauguration. She works in radio and has volunteered at several media companies. In the future, Sarah hopes to be a foreign correspondent or political media advisor, and in her spare time enjoys going to the beach, surfing (despite her strange fear of whales) and relaxing.
Samuel Smith is a fourth year Journalism and Creative Communications student with an extremely boring name and dreams of being an editor. He writes regularly for Five Thousand magazine and was Chief Sub-editor and Web Editor of UniLife magazine in 2012. With a passion for the not so normal, feature articles are his (self proclaimed) forte. Highlights of Sam’s journalism career include interviewing a prostitute chauffer, delving into the psyche of an Aussie bogan, and exposing the (extremely) dark side of casual employment.
Jemma Pietrus is a Journalism and International Relations student who has contributed content to media outlets in Adelaide and abroad, completing a 2-month print internship in Ghana in 2012. A natural globetrotter, Jemma plans to leave Adelaide behind after graduation and travel around the world for a year or two…or five. While she has big dreams of becoming an international VJ, you may find her in five years without shoes, sporting dreadlocked hair and fisherman pants in Nepal, unable to let go of the carefree traveller lifestyle. Actually, you probably will find her there. Hopefully with shoes though.