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Stratton Rebish

Stratton Rebish, Co-Editor of Opinion

One of Stratton Rebish ('24)'s favorite musical artists is Jacob Colier, a man who turned his audience into his own instrument. However, even as the conductor of his own audience, Colier does not love the stage as much as Stratton. Stratton "cutie pa-tootie," big guy," "baby cakes," Rebish is now a junior looking forward to helping new staff writers as an editor of opinion. Another one of Stratton's characters is Bill Austin from last year's production of the play, Mamma Mia. His beloved character in the dazzling musical captured the heart of not only Rosie, but everyone who had the opportunity to see his vibrancy on stage. Conducting a freshman audience of his own, Stratton also took on the role of a peer advisor. Along with musical theater, Stratton enjoys New York Sports, his grandma's noodles, and learning in his creative writing and fascism class. Stratton hopes to use journalism as his own stage by recreating the support and encouragement provided by past editors to him for the new staff writers.  

Favorite song: “Don’t Worry About the Government (LP Version)” - Talking Heads  

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