Kelsey Fowler 
Member since Jun 2, 2010

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I'm currently a sophomore at Ithaca College in New York pursuing a B.A. in Journalism. Ideally I want to work in print, whether that be at a newspaper or a magazine. My writing strengths lie in features and the arts. I'm interested in all things regarding theater, poetry, books, volunteering, yoga and Shakespeare. I'm currently working as an intern at the Indy for Summer 2010. For samples of my work as a writer at my award-winning college newspaper The Ithacan, please visit:

Recent Posts

  • Elvis has left the building

    • Aug 16, 2010
  • Census reveals Colorado quirks

    • Jul 21, 2010
  • Colorado Springs health fairs

    • Jul 16, 2010
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    Recent Articles

  • From the scorched landscape, images of creativity and hope

    Brush fire
    • Jun 19, 2013
  • Exchange program

    The first-ever Peak at the Arts festival promises a global 'grab bag.'
    • Oct 7, 2010
  • Team Chris

    To watch werewolves gone local, cast your lot with a New York City playwright who loves Cripple Creek.
    • Aug 26, 2010
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    Recent Comments

    Re: “The Dry Land: Actors and director in Springs for screenings

    I just got back from this event and wanted to let everyone know how absolutely powerful this film was. The cast and director were insightful and invested in the project, and the result is a tragically hopeful story which is acted and written with a genuinely great amount of care and love. This movie is a must see for everyone, especially those affected by PTSD or even those family members who are close to someone with the disorder. And for those of you without a military connection like myself, you can still walk away having learned a lot, and enjoy a fantastically acted and inspirational movie.…

    Posted by Kelsey Fowler on 07/01/2010 at 11:03 PM

    Re: “We are family: Toy Story 3

    The best work Disney/Pixar has done to date. I grew up with these characters and it was so fulfilling to see this film finalize their story in such a powerful way. I laughed my way through the snappy lines, (Spanish Buzz is a real treat) sobbed my way through the loving, heartfelt moments, and came out of the theater feeling like I too, had said "So long, partner" to an old friend.

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    Posted by Kelsey Fowler on 06/18/2010 at 10:41 PM

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