Rambler Wins Achievement in Writing Award

Congratulations to the staff of The Rambler, SC's award-winning literary and visual arts magazine, on their latest recognition!

The 2019-20 Rambler recently won a Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Award acknowledging achievement in writing. The REALM program publicly recognizes excellent literary magazines produced by students with the support of their teachers. REALM is designed to encourage all schools to develop literary magazines that celebrate the art and craft of writing.
Senior editors for this edition of The Rambler included Dylan Guss '20, Ashley Phan '20, Tamanna Sood '20, and Gowri Vadmal '20.
This year's Rambler staff is hard at work on the 2020-2021 edition. We can't wait to enjoy the new issue as soon as it's hot off the press!
2020-2021 Rambler staff
Editor in Chief: Jacob Chong '21
Managing Editor: David Rotblatt '21        
Outreach Editor: Eden Ornstein '21
Design Editor: Ariana Stiles '21
Copy Editor: Aara Nanavaty ‘21
Assistant Copy Editor: Rose Domzalski '24            
Art Editor: Erin Markham '21
Co-Art Editor: Katie Small '24
Co-Editors Art: Sydney Schneider '22
Editorial Staff - Art: Kayla Okui '23, Irene Song '22
Co-Editors - Photography: Bodhi Silberling '23, Candice Cheong '22
Co-Editors - Writing: Ava Faustina '23, Victoria Popescu '23, Isabella Marzan '23, Lily Felipe '23
General Staff : Adin Antebi '22, Larissa Negom '22, Sydney Soussan '24
Faculty Advisor: Victoria Zielinski

Click here to visit the REALM website.
Click here to view the official statement of recognition.
Click here to view The Rambler webpage
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