Author Archives: Stephanie L. Parker

About Stephanie L. Parker

I am passionate about many things, the most important being graphic design, photography, and journalism. These three things are where my greatest strengths lie and I hope to, someday, impact the world positively with my growing skills.

Learning How to Give Back

One of the great things this Fellowship has introduced me to is the act of giving back. I wasn’t a girl scout. I wasn’t a candy striper. I didn’t donate hours to the Humane Society by scrubbing down cages and … Continue reading

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Importance in Rebranding and Revamping Images

As a journalism student at Otterbein, I have taken multiple classes in the Communication Department, which if you didn’t already know, Otterbein has FANTASTIC professors and has one of the best Comm. Departments in Central Ohio. One of the things … Continue reading

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Yellow Socks and Yellow Shoes

Last evening was the annual Family Night at SYEP camp held at Camp Mary Orton. Towards the end of camp, every camper’s family is invited to spend a fun evening experiencing some of the things their children do at camp. … Continue reading

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Journalist tests her math skills

I did math yesterday. Yes, that is a feat worth celebrating. Know why? Because it hurt my brain, it gave me a fit of confusion that spread into my entire day by causing me to believe that it was Tuesday, not Wednesday, … Continue reading

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Did you ‘step on a crack and break your mother’s back?’

Honestly, the way that the summer has been playing out for the city of Columbus, people must be walking under ladders AND on cracked sidewalks. At the same time. Bad luck is on our horizons. (I seem to be unintentionally … Continue reading

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“Wannabe” Graphic Designer

Week four. Day 20. I already feel like I’ve been at the Guild for months! I feel like this because there’s so much going on around me. Kids are at SYEP camp at Camp Mary Orton. ACES started its new Pre-K program … Continue reading

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Godman Guild Community Partner of Surly Girl Saloon

One of the things I have noticed since I begin my fellowship with the Guild is that you can make professional connections EVERYWHERE. Being affiliated with a nonprofit allows you to meet many different kinds of people and gives you … Continue reading

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