Corynne Fish was born in Virginia, where she lived until moving to Grand Haven Michigan to attend high school. She would later move to Chicago to attend the prestigious DePaul University. Corynne attended DePaul University starting in 2008. Here, she studies a large range of subjects to complement her major in International Studies. Her coursework has included forays into European integration Globalization, International Economics, Critical Theory, and Cultural Analysis. Corynne will soon be graduating from DePaul, completing her degree in international studies with concentrations in Political Economy, Post-Colonialism and Global Cities. Corynne currently works through DePaul as a correspondent and Publication Design Editor for the student-run International Studies Newsletter INTerrupted Silence. This widely read and recognized newsletter features insightful articles dedicated to international awareness. Corynne Fish has had a significant impact of the current popularity and quality of the newsletter. Corynne will be graduating in 2012. She is currently considering options for future employment.