Molly MeekerEditor-in-Chief

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Molly Meeker is a native Coloradan and a Texas transplant. She is studying public relations and often ponders what she will do after college ends. Molly learned to properly arrange letters into words as a little girl in school, but she learned what it meant to write when she began high school. After taking a journalism course her freshman year of college, Molly learned that words could free her more than she ever imagined.

She enjoys cheese and the feeling of crunching leaves under her feet during fall. Molly hates when people stand too close to her in lines and the silence after a goodbye. Molly finds life to be too tumulus to make any solid plans, so her only goal is to realize the moments she is happy in before they pass. 

“We begin to find and become ourselves when we notice how we are already found, already truly, entirely, wildly, messily, marvelously who we were born to be.” -Anne Lamott

Haley Morrison | Managing Editor

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Haley Morrison is a journalism major from Houston, Texas. She is pretty much always down to talk about politics, books and Netflix. In fact, these are probably her most frequent topics of conversation, along with faith and her family (because they’re the cutest). She is always looking for new books to read, new TV shows to watch, and new Starbucks drinks to try (because the love for coffee is all too real).

Haley has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember, and loves the short, concise writing style that comes with journalism. She has always been  a lover of the English language and grammar. She firmly believes in the power of words, which is why she is so excited to work the journalism field. She has worked for a newspaper, and would like to continue working for a paper, magazine or online publication. While Haley isn’t quite sure what she wants to do in journalism in the future, as long as she is writing and learning about people, she is happy. Writing is her creative outlet of choice, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

Maya Butler | Content Editor

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Originally from Temple, Texas, Maya moved to Waco to attend a private Catholic high school. With high school drawing to a close, she still was not sure what she wanted to major in. Knowing the fields of math and science were not right for her, she decided to further develop her creative mind by majoring in journalism, with a concentration in news editorial. Since becoming a student at Baylor University, Maya has met a diverse community of students and hopes to take any opportunity college offers her. She hopes one day to work in the book industry and maybe even write her own book.

Like so many others, Maya has succumbed to the powers of Netflix and Hulu. Fun facts about her include being left-handed and playing the flute. A lover of animals, she is susceptible to the innocence and unconditional love dogs have to offer. She loves spending time with family and friends, listening to all kinds of music and getting lost in the literary world.

“Imagination is like a muscle. I found out that the more I wrote, the bigger it got.” –Philip José Farmer

Rebecca Fedorko | Content Editor

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Rebecca Fedorko is a junior news editorial major from Austin, Texas. She fell in love with reading as a young girl and began writing avidly at age 10. She started out writing fantasy novels, none of which she finished, and eventually shifted her focus to poetry. It wasn’t until high school that she realized her passion was discovering truth and disseminating it through written word. She hopes to write for a lifestyle magazine after graduation.

Rebecca loves biking, hiking, flower arranging and spending time on the water with an icy sweet tea, drinking in poetic inspiration from nature. She also can’t repress giving a friendly “meow” to any cat she sees.

“The worst enemy to creativity is self doubt.” -Sylvia Plath

Ashlyn McCowan-Perez | Content Editor

Photo Credit: Haley Rodriguez
Photo Credit: Haley Rodriguez

Ashlyn McCowan Perez is a cross-cultural mess of blonde hair, boots, fall skies and snow days born in Texas, but raised in New York. She’s a sophomore university scholars major studying journalism, creative writing, education and apparel design. When she graduates, she hopes to become a novelist, costume designer, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. In short, she hopes to change the world.

Inspired by her battle with self-esteem and disordered eating, Ashlyn is an advocate for eating disorder recovery and body positivity. She is passionate about individuality, freedom of speech and the power of the written word.

Music is her life, coffee is her soulmate and redemption is her favorite word. Right now, she’s probably reading.

“Live and write.” -anonymous

Kendall McCullough | Faith Editor

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Photo Credit: Rachel Leland

Kendall McCullough is a second year master’s student in American studies from Lubbock, Texas. He read “The Chronicles of Narnia” in second grade and has read more than 600 books since. He is passionate about God, connecting with others and ideas. In his free time, he loves to play basketball and take pictures of sunsets. Kendall climbs every mountain that appears on his path, physical or metaphorical.

Kendall is not sure what his future entails, but he plans on writing for a magazine after he graduates. Someday, he would like to become a published author.


“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” -C.S. Lewis

Pablo Gonzales | Mixed Media Editor

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Pablo is passionate about writing and telling stories that have to do with culture and the human experience. His ardor for words and communication stems from growing up listening to stories and reading with his parents. He is an advocate for equality and diversity. Pablo believes in the power of words to capture the essence of our world.

In his free time, you can find Pablo taking pictures, reading, spending time with friends, and playing the piano.

“At any rate, that is happiness; to be dissolved into something complete and great.” – Willa Cather


Suzanne Perez | Multimedia Editor

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Suzanne Perez is a senior public relations major from Corsicana, Texas. Reading novelas growing up, Suzanne found her passion for stories and storytelling.

After graduation, Suzanne hopes to work for Waco ISD Communications Department.

For now, she enjoys working part-time at Indian Spring Middle School and volunteering in their service-learning program. Working with children is a purpose Suzanne feels called to do because she wants to help guide the future leaders of this world.

When she isn’t busy with school or work, you will find her catching up on books, tv shows or films, depending on which fantasy reality she wants to slip into.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” -Maya Angelou

Rachel Leland Staff Writer

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Rachel is a senior journalism news editorial major from Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition to writing for The Bundle, she serves as Co-Editor of Focus Magazine and Assistant Web-Editor of The Baylor Lariat. She enjoys reading and writing poetry, classic films and taking the weekend off to practice photography. Rachel finds strength in words and enjoys the craft of maneuvering them to create beautiful and meaningful stories. Her favorite non-fiction writer is Susan Sontag.

Next semester she will move to New York City to pursue a career in journalism. After that, only God knows.


“We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.” –Kurt Vonnegut