Kathrine A. Magni


Location icon United States of America

Kathrine is a recent graduate of John Carroll University with a Bachelors of Arts in English Literature. She is an aspiring writer/editor and has experience writing magazine articles and grant proposals. During her time at John Carroll she participated in the John Carroll Review, which is a bi-yearly print literature magazine which features poems, prose, and visual arts pieces created by students of John Carroll.

Currently, she is living and working in Cape May, New Jersey.

John Carroll Review

While growing along the garden wall, Two young grape vines, exploring, meet - budding Yet too young to bear fruit at all, Converge, and wrap their stalks around each other. "I do not know" the first vine said "whether Or not I am ready for this commitment.

Doing things Malawi

By Kathrine Statham '16 One John Carroll grad's post-graduation checklist: * Find a job. (check) * Start a family. (check) * Educate and save the lives of Malawian children. (check) Yes, Yakoob Badat '02 is using his degree to save the lives of, and educate, Malawian children.

Listening to his heart

By Kathrine Statham '16 American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen." Mark Perretta '90 has experienced this effect firsthand while writing his novella " Heaven Above, Earth Below." While attending John Carroll, Perretta studied communication and English while playing defensive cornerback on the Blue Streaks football team.

Examining the situation

By Kathrine Statham '16 Most people's lives seldom follow the plans they carefully develop when they first set out on their own. New beginnings in college mean big dreams for the future - a nice car, stable job, family, beautiful home.

Positively political

Michelle Gillcrist '89, '91G works with Ohio's attorney general By Kathrine Statham '16 to help alleviate social ills For the past six years, the staff in the office of Mike DeWine, Ohio's attorney general, have been working tirelessly to end serious issues that plague the state, such as drug abuse, child abuse, and dilapidated neighborhoods.

Survival of the knittest

Anyone who knows me knows just how tightly knitting is woven into my life. It's been a moderate hobby of mine for 10 years. When I was 12, during the summer of 2006, my grandmother made it her mission to teach me.