About Us

Created in February of 2017, The Stallion is a group of students and alumni from all corners of the University of Central Florida that have gathered to satirize the absurdities of college life and more.

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The Staff

Fall 2017

Jake Howard

CIA Sponsored Dictator

Jake is a Biomedical Sciences major, outdoorsman, and mechanic for exclusively Ford Rangers. When not blabbering on about the ridiculous things he does to his modes of transportation you can find him power walking through campus. Read his nonsensical tweets at @jjkaehoward.

Matt Ubl

Spaceflight & Broadway Critic (Head Writer)

Matt is an Aerospace Engineering major, semi-professional playwright, and a firm believer that the Citronaut should be UCF’s official mascot. You can find his semi-monthly tweets at @MattUbl.

Emily Romero

Aesthetic™ Correspondent (Lead Writer of Special Content)

Emily is an Economics/Political Science major, grilled cheese sandwich connoisseur, Mac Demarco enthusiast, and professional defiler of the English language. See her display of obscure memes and objectively bad puns at @emily_radmero.

 

Trevor Brosseau

Editor in Chief

Trevor Brosseau is a UCF Alumni/quasi-grad student, high school English teacher, coffee drinker, and huge nerd. His hobbies include gaming, cooking, and hanging with his wife and cats – though he is often stuck grading. He is likely the most social antisocial person you’ve never met.

Rachel Brosseau

Editor in Chief of the Chief

Rachel Brosseau is a high school English teacher and Harry Potter enthusiast, and UCF alumni/quasi-grad student. She enjoys correcting other peoples’ grammar, hanging out with her husband and three cats, and agonizing over what to put in her bio. She’d include her social media information, but she’s afraid one of her students might come across this page.

 

Alexi Saliba

Expert Photoshopper (Graphic Designer)

Some say that photoshopped once asked her for a tutorial. All we know is Alexi is our graphic designer who seems to always be able to create just the right image for each article. Follow her artistic journey on twitter at @Salibruuh.

Dimitri Tzamaras

Expert Bag Securer and Builder, Juice Boy (Writer)

Dimitri is a junior Journalism major who enjoys writing about sports, politics, and all sorts of other whacky stuff. He has been described as a passionate lover, rugged adventurer, and all-around play-boy. Watch him on Hitting the Field, UCF’s student run sport show, or read his articles with Nicholson Student Media – if that’s too much reading for you, just catch him 140 characters at a time on his twitter @MeechDT.

 

Devi Mody

Political Consultant (Writer)

Devi is studying Criminal Justice and Film, and no, she isn’t going to make cop shows. She loves everything Chicago, especially bean shaped art. Her soul may be as cold as ice as she attempts to destroy the patriarchy, but she can’t stay in a room that’s under 80 degrees. Follow her Twitter at @DeviMody for grammatically correct nonsense.

Josh “Wādé” Wade

Josh is a Computer Science major, apple juice sommelier, and junior varsity dungeon master. As a way of taking breaks from his lifelong quest to find the perfect place for brunch, he occasionally writes satire articles. You can find his collection of out-of-context roommate quotes at @TwoZeroNinePlus.

 

Spencer Lasday
Greek Interpreter (Writer)

Spencer is a UCF economics student that likes to focus on school but also likes partying. You can find him at both the John C Hitt and Knights Library. Read his very real tweets/instagram posts at @FactsbySpencer.

 


Stallion Alumni

Maria Campbell

Writer (Spring 17′)

A special thanks to

The FAU’s The Hoot for helping us when we first decided to start this shin dig

Rohan Nakka for helping spread our content on Twitter

&

our readers and many others who made this effort so enjoyable

~The Stallion Staff of  Spring 2017