Spring Intern FYI!

Lucky us! Introducing our firecracker Spring interns!


Name: Justin Beaudrot

Major: English

Guilty pleasure: Binge-watching episodes of Game of Thrones.

Favorite Hooch piece: “Yar,” by Hannah Pittard (Southern issue)

Best college moment (so far): Going to the High Museum of Art with my World Lit. class.

Name: Andrew J. Garner

Major: English and Journalism

Guilty pleasure: I try not to feel guilty about most things I enjoy, but my friends would probably say my Taylor Swift listening habits!

Favorite Hooch piece: “New Nests Blown Loose,” by Paul Nelson (Animal issue)

Best college moment (so far):​ Getting to learn so much about writing!

Name: Farhin Lilywala

Major: Journalism

Guilty pleasure: My guilty pleasure would probably be singing at the top of my lungs while I drive, along with yelling at others on the road who don’t know how to drive. Sometimes, my mood changes with the mood of the song. Oh, but when I get to my favorite part of the song, I forget the other drivers and sing, loud.

​Favorite Hooch piece: My favorite piece would still probably be “Snake Life,” by David Bajo (Animal issue).

Best college moment (so far): My best college moment so far would be when the previous Editor-in-Chief called me to congratulate me on becoming the next Editor-in-Chief of the Collegian. I remember smiling so hard my face hurt and screaming.

Name: Grant Taylor 

Major: Journalism/Professional Writing

Guilty pleasures: Dr. Pepper, Southern accents, swearing

Favorite Hooch piece: “In lieu of flowers,” by Denver Butson (31.1-2)

Best college moment (so far): Indian summer on the Broad River, listening to Neil with Fletch (dog).

Name: Tiffany Nicole Trivett

Major: English

Guilty pleasure: I dance around my house and sing pop and hip-hop songs at the top of my lungs, but I don’t feel guilty about it.

Favorite Hooch piece: “Hush, Please,” by Phong Nguyen (Animal issue)

Best college moment (so far): Being awarded the Atlanta Writers Club Scholarship and meeting Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey. Also, being published in The Polishing Cloth.


Here’s to this phenom group of GPC students!

If you are a Georgia State University Perimeter College student and wish to learn more about the world of literary publishing by becoming an intern, please send an email to tcr@gsu.edu from your student account. Every semester we mentor interns, working closely with them in an effort to provide an unmatched learning opportunity for students.