Fifteen Minutes: The Future
This bottle of Back Bay Dry Gin comes from the Andy Warhol Estate. The 126th magazine guard endows this bottle to the 127th and all future executive guards of Fifteen Minutes
James Y. Stern
Snapping his fingers, James shuffles over to FM from news. Small, dark and decked in tweed, this investigative reporter spends his free time reading French poetry and availing himself of other people's personal information. James likes to keep his eggs in many baskets; he'll fraternize with anyone from terrorists to Harvard suits to Kroks, but don t expect any personal revelations from this exec next year. He promises to make ed notes anonymous and as for Would You Rather, he'd rather just not play.
Vicky C. Hallett
Super-comper turned super-ed now turns super-exec. This girl's blood runs Crimson. From the Candyland games of her early days to more mature forays into the world of archives and admissions, Vicky's led a crump-free existence. And although she's recently tried to revamp herself as a vixen, her sweet giggle will always belie those naughty pics.
Jenn Y. Hyman
Fresh off that Crazy stage, Jenn storms FM with love and enthusiasm gushing in every direction. Unable to contain herself, she often develops strong feelings about her articles, be they about Harvard's Hottest or one of fifteen random seniors. She's still looking for people to initiate, but we have faith she'll find them someday. And when she does, we're sure you'll know about it.
Longtime ed Yo-El has given a lot to FM over the past three years: self-help, a flow-chart to end all flow-charts, even the shirt off her back. A bit lost in the wake of her cohort Lynda's desertion earlier this year, Yo-El rallied and wrote her thesis a year ahead of schedule. Keep an eye on this zinger--especially if she goes anywhere near the back of the mag with scissors.
Rich D. Ma
Rich first came to FM's table as a Dick. Two weeks later, he abandoned Harvard Square for the brighter concrete of the Bayside Expo Center, setting an intrepid tone for the rest of his magazine career. Creative, thoughtful and newly shorn, Rich also enjoys playing rugby and programming computers. He seeks answers of all kinds, but primarily to the question: How to keep FM first?
Frances G. Tilney
Currently relegated to in-law status, Frances steps up next term as an official member of the FM fam. This Boston native always has the inside scoop and commits herself to exposing elitism in all its forms, from gold coast housing to swanky parking places. A Web Watcher like none other, Frances will bring a lot to the mag, provided she doesn't run off with some megabyte she meets on Love Connection.