Manisha Jukareddy is a senior majoring in English (with a concentration in Writing and Literacy) and minoring in Business. She’s an art enthusiast— often spending hours in front of a 14x16 inch canvas while binge watching the original Star Wars trilogy. The closest thing to gold that she owns is her high school copies of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451
and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird
. Some of her favorite things to do include ice skating, spending time with friends, and watching sitcoms on Netflix during the weekends. She’s been an avid writer since high school and enjoys reading poetry by Elizabeth Bishop, Edgar Allen Poe, Virginia Wolfe, and Robert Frost. Her informative article, "Destino: When Disney Met Dali"
, was published this summer in The Saturday Evening Post’s online magazine. Only a few short months after she was accepted onto the genesis
staff. You can often find her in the campus center, ordering her millionth cup of coffee for the day or reading through the stack of “new arrival” books in the IUPUI Barnes & Noble.