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BEAU Students Published in Creative Quill

BEAUThe Creative Quill is a publication published by the Globe University network of schools (which BEAU belongs to), and several BEAU students’ work was selected to be showcased in this year’s publication.

BEAU students Amalia Osteyee, Jamillie Carlson, McLean Paul, and Kacy Shearer have been selected as finalists for submission in the 2014 publication of the Creative Quill, a nationally-distributed literary arts journal. The Creative Quill is published by Globe University (GU), Minnesota School of Business (MSB), Broadview University (BVU), the Institute of Production and Recording (IPR), and Broadview Entertainment Arts University (BEAU). Check out our winning students links to their Creative Quill submissions, on our Facebook site:

Amalia Osteyee is going into Music Business and is currently attending Broadview Entertainment Arts University. Music is a major part of her life and she looks forward to future opportunities in the music industry.

Jamillie Carlson is an aspiring comic artist and teacher. In her free time she likes to play poi and draw. She currently runs Circus Club and How to Draw Manga Club at BEAU. Jamillie’s pen name is Fleeting Mischief.

McLean Paul is persuing his BFA in Sequential Art at BEAU in Salt Lake City, UT. McLean is set to graduate in March 2014. He is thankful for his wife and one year old son, who provide a great deal of support, love, and inspiration.

Kacy Shearer, who goes by the pen-name LAIF, is pursuing a career in Sequential Imaging. LAIF’s main focus is creating comics that revolve around a manga genre called shounen-ai. Manga updates every week at