Meet the Team
These are the people that brought Pulse29 to life.
Vice President and all around happening dude, Pulse’29
I am some guy that goes to CCA named Junior Charles. Artist and Radical Conservative.... well, not the last part. I value the everyday experience of creative freedom that many of us take for granted. In the words of Tupac "Unlock your mind and break the chains of your misery"
Creative Nonfiction Editor and mystic critic, Pulse’29
My name is Ashley Reyes and one of the first things I want people to know about me is that I wear my Mexican American skin proudly. Through the years I’ve come to the realization the most valuable thing we own is our own body. Through the good days and the bad we create a home within ourselves and I love that it’s something nobody can take away from us.
Stephanie Stone –
Editor-in-Chief and quintessential badass, Pulse’29
Stephanie Stone is the current editor-in-chief of Pulse 29. She recently decided to go back to school to pursue her love of all things books, and aspires to be a full-time editor/copy-writer. Stephanie was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and currently lives in Aurora with her boyfriend. She loves reading, writing, cats, romantic comedies, and handbags.
Art Editor and black guy that’s not a “black guy”, Pulse’29
I enjoy writing and getting lost in my own worlds. I am fascinated by Japanese culture and enjoy being a geek. I live and breath Bundesliga football and plan on traveling a lot when I'm much older. But it all comes back to writing, without it, there'd be no joy in life.
Managing Editor, cool, calm, with our stuff on lockdown, Pulse’29
Breana Hopper is the managing editor of Pulse’29 magazine. She plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado in the fall of 2018. She will double major in psychology and criminology at UNCO. In her spare time, she likes to read fiction as well as listen to music. She loved working for Pulse’29 this semester and she wishes luck to next year's staff.
Poetry Editor and pretty much better than you in every way, Pulse’29
Connor Rodenbeck is a senior at Rangeview High School. He has been apart of Student Leadership, Speech and Debate, National Honors Society, and the Raider Review at his school. He plans on attending a liberal arts school next fall to study Creative Writing and aspires to publish poetry collections in the future.
Treasurer and accomplisher of great tasks, present and future, Pulse’29
I am an Aurora Native who greatly enjoys reading and writing. I also enjoy hanging out with my friends, family, and my dog. I am currently a dual enrollment student who is attending both Rangeview and Community College of Aurora and hope to attend Metro State University next Fall.
Fiction Editor, sharp eye, and hater of all things Milk... Pulse’29
I was born and raised in Aurora, Colorado. My favorite things to do are watch The Office and read and I love my dog and two cats. I hope to attend a private university in the future and study biology and English.
Social Media Specialist, lover of east coast universities and expert reason-giver, Pulse’29
“I definitely wrote this yesterday morning and meant to send it at like noon today and I fell asleep so here ya go!”
Alex Katschke is a senior at Rangeview High School and will attend University of Northern Colorado in the fall of 2018. She will major in music education. She is a member of Tri-M and the National Honor Society and also plays bass in orchestra and is in choir.
Kristofer Whited was born and raised in northwest Indiana, attended Purdue University for his B.A. and California State University Fresno for his M.F.A. He lives on the eastern plains with his wife, Madelyn, and their baby boy, James and teaches composition, literature, creative writing, and literary magazine at Community College of Aurora.