Emily Daniel is a senior at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. She is studying English and Art History and plans to pursue a career in journalism & media after graduation in Spring 2018. 

Emily is on the editorial board of The Colgate Portfolio, the university's student-run literary magazine. The Portfolio contains poetry and short fiction submitted by students as well as works of visual art by student artists. 

In the summer of 2016 Emily completed an internship at the Picker Art Gallery and Longyear Museum of Anthropology at Colgate University. She worked under the Director of University Museums Anja Chavez to help the museum prepare for its fall exhibition, Marko Maetamm: I Want to Tell You Something. Pictured below, Emily gave opening remarks and guided tours of the exhibition at its opening reception in late September.

In August 2016, Emily began working as an editorial intern in the Office of Communications at Colgate University. She writes news articles for the university's alumni magazine, The Colgate Scene, and the online Colgate News. Emily is working under Managing Editor Aleta Mayne. To keep up with Emily's articles for the Scene and Colgate News, visit the CLIPS page. 

In the spring of 2017, Emily spent a semester studying abroad in London, England. Her courses there focused on British fiction, the literature of WWI, the history of London and British theater. The London English study group took trips to Munich, Germany, Ypres, Belgium, and Oxford, Cambridge, Bath and Stonehenge in England. 

Upon her return to the States, Emily began an editorial internship at in Chicago. She wrote automotive news articles under daily news editor Matt Schmitz and built site research pages under senior research editor Mike Hanley. Entering her final year at Colgate, Emily will stay on with as a freelance writer.

Before graduating in May of 2018, Emily will write an thesis  and defend it before a faculty jury in order to graduate with Honors in English.

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