Senior Becca Banks is going into her first year on The Gauntlet staff. As Sports Editor, she covers the student athletes and their games and activities. She also participates in three Saint Stephen’s sports — swimming, soccer and softball — and plays for the West Florida Flames U-18 club soccer team. She is excited to cover Saint Stephen’s sports and to see how far they go in the 2013-2014 school year.
Freshman Indre Zalepuga is entering her first year on The Gauntlet’s staff. As Features Editor, she presides over all of the articles for the section and makes sure they are written in a timely manner. Outside of the newsroom, Indre plays piano and takes part in the school’s swimming team in the fall, basketball in the winter and lacrosse in the spring. In journalism class, she hopes to keep readers updated on all-school events.
Beat: Fine Arts
Junior Luc Goeders, Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Gauntlet, is in his third year on staff. As Co-Editor, Goeders will be responsible for making sure everything behind the scenes goes off without a hitch. Goeders is also a part of the football and lacrosse teams at Saint Stephen’s, where he desires to enjoy numerous team successes on the field this year, such as downright demolishing cross-town rival ODA. Goeders, along with the entire staff, looks forward to making improvements to this Web site, thus bringing The Gauntlet to new heights as it looks to establish itself as the school’s go-to news source.
Lauren Biach is a senior and currently in her ﬁrst year on the The Gauntlet staff. As Photo Editor, she reviews all articles involving photographs and helps other staff members edit and take their photos. Outside of school, she enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with her friends and family. Lauren hopes to gain more writing experience in journalism class this year.
Senior Kemery J. Colbert is in her first year on The Gauntlet staff. As Multimedia Editor, she will cover stories through videos and audio podcasts. Outside of The Gauntlet, she swims for the Falcons, participates in theatre and listens to NPR obsessively. She hopes to master the skills of being a video/audio journalist during her time on the staff.
Sophomore Julien Freij is entering his first year on The Gauntlet staff. At the moment, he is the News Editor for The Gauntlet and hopes to be a productive player on staff. His hobbies include fishing, cooking and traveling. He is working hard to advance his knowledge in professional writing and interviewing others. He wishes to have a great year in Journalism and hopes to work with his co-workers to produce a proper school paper.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSenior Austin Siegel is Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Gauntlet and currently in his third year on staff. As Co-Editor-in-Chief, Siegel is responsible for leading the staff of The Gauntlet, editing and publishing stories, and helping The Gauntlet maintain its tradition of excellence. Outside the newsroom, he enjoys playing basketball, acting in school musicals and plays, performing with his band The Garbage-Men and being let down by his beloved Cleveland sports teams. He looks forward to incorporating multimedia journalism into the paper this year.