Posts By: Karl Low

Karlee Kapler

Karlee Kapler is a frizzy introvert who is completing her English degree at AU. She adores dogs (so much so that every time she encounters a dog she feels the need to point at it), loves impressionist artists, can’t seem to get enough coffee and definitely isn’t interested in hearing about how carbs make you gain weight. She lives with her husband, two dogs and two cats in Grande Prairie, Alberta and wouldn’t have it any other way.

Karlee works full-time as a Marketing and Recreation Coordinator at a seniors living facility and wishes she had more time to read The New Yorker, watch re-runs of Sex and the City, and work on her charcoal drawings. If she could only study one thing, it would be early 20th century American literature. When she finishes her degree, she hopes to obtain a full-time job either as a writer, editor, in communications, or go on to pursue graduate studies in literature or library and information studies. She also wouldn’t mind working as an archivist or at a museum, as she enjoys history. In the past she has worked as an editorial contributor for both The Waggle and Papercut magazine, and is looking to develop her resume further. Karlee is excited to join the team at The Voice Magazine!

Council Connection

The AUSU meeting on September 19, 2019 began a minute or two after 6:30pm but proceeded in a swift manner. Although the meeting wasn’t longer than an hour, there was plenty of new information shared and inspiration to initiate change . Councillors Darcie Fleming, Amanda Lipinski, and Josh Ryan were noted as absent with regrets,… Read more »

A Sinister Cycle

Who taught you to be so negative?  Where did you learn to say, “You can’t, you will look like an idiot, don’t even bother”? I ask this of myself frequently.  Time and time again, I let a potential job opportunity slip away, or watch the shadows change on my wall, the night easing into morning… Read more »

Editors Behaving Badly – A Lesson in Knowing Your Worth

Many of us at AU are, or were, beginners in our fields of study. Whether your dream is to be a freelance writer, a registered nurse, an anthropology professor, or a marketing manager—we start somewhere. And sometimes we get taken advantage of by people in higher positions. To prove my skills, the editor of a… Read more »