Staff

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EDITORS

Amber Krisch: Editor

Amber is a junior biology major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She can be found singing, running, crying, and preaching about nutrition and natural medicine. Because she enjoys listening to people’s problems and parsing emotions, her writing often examines why we feel the way we do. She can be reached at avk52@cornell.edu..

Noah Harrelson: Editor

Noah Harrelson is a junior Performing and Media Arts major in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is an Ivy-League douchebag, cold-blooded ROTC cadet, narrow-minded southerner, privileged straight white upper-class able-bodied male, and sometimes just a lonely kid. The Village Idiot appears whenever duty calls. He can be reached at nmh65@cornell.edu.

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WRITERS

Emily Weiser

Emily Weiser is a freshman majoring in Developmental Sociology and minoring in Nutrition and Inequalities in CALS. You can find her at the gym, trying out Cornell’s fitness classes, pretending to eat healthy or failing to bake. You can reach her at eaw234@cornell.edu.

Anjuli Fink

Anjuli Fink is a junior majoring in communications from San Antonio, Texas. She loves dancing, public speaking, and meeting new people. Be sure to keep up with her section, “Anj Advice” if you want seriously amazing advice about a wide range of topics. She can be reached at acf94@cornell.edu.

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Grace Chen

Grace Chen is a class of 2021 Biological Sciences major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She loves succulents and has both a cat and a dog at her home in California. Grace’s Grove appears every other Tuesday this semester. She can be reached at gsc76@cornell.edu.

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Alisha Kewalramani

Alisha is a sophomore Information Science major in the College of Engineering. She enjoys hammocking on the arts quad and napping in odd parts of campus. When she’s not being lazy, she can be caught rock climbing at the rock wall. She can be reached at ark243@cornell.edu.

Julian Kroll

Julian Kroll is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Government and Economics with a minor in Biological Sciences. He’s also currently involved in the Student Assembly, the Cornell Undergraduate Law and Society Review, and a social fraternity. He can usually be found lurking in Temple of Zeus.

Tiamen Montgomery

I’m Tia, a sophomore Comm major and New Yorker hailing from Manhattan. My topics of interest include K-Pop, anime, black culture, intercultural communication, black culture, and issues within the black community. If you don’t know my name, you’ll know it from now on. Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.

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Nuri Yi

Nuri Yi is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Comparative Literature and Biology & Society. She enjoys thinking about space, sleeping at odd hours, and stealing an illegal number of bananas from West Campus dining halls to redistribute to friends no longer on meal plans. “An Education” appears every other Monday this semester. She can be reached at ey88@cornell.edu.

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Sam Khatchadourian

Sam is a proud junior Hotelie. She refuses to be conquered by anything other than Netflix, has been effectively kicked out of three bed stores, and currently enjoys wine and cheese nights coupled with super emotional talks that end with an awkward cough. She can be reached at szk6@cornell.edu.

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Amy Huang

Amy is a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences. She indulges in good movies and television shows and cries over spilt tea. Simultaneously a child and an eighty-year-old woman, Amy hopes to someday travel around the world. Nostalgia Cafe appears every other Thursday this semester. She can be reached at yh574@cornell.edu.

Nicholas Nguyen

Niko Nguyen is a sophomore majoring in Communication in Cornell’s College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. On any given day, you can spot Niko sporting a funky pair of socks under into his beloved Birkenstocks as he bops along to Rex Orange County or Frank Ocean. He is proud to rep the 510 (Fremont! Bay Area! California!) and is a lover of Nickelodeon’s Avatar the Last Airbender and mandarin oranges. If you’re ever up to chat, hit him up at nhn5@cornell.edu.

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Olivia Faulhaber

Olivia is an Applied Economics & Management Major in The Dyson School. She enjoys eating at CoreLife Eatery, playing tennis, and thrifting at Trader K’s in her spare time. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau and VP Admin of Class Councils 2021. Your Atypical ‘Dyson Snake’ appears every other Wednesday this semester. She can be reached at omf5@cornell.edu.

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Jeffrey Ho

Jeffrey Ho is a senior Human Biology, Health, and Society major in the college of Human Ecology. He enjoys baking but likes eating baked goods even more.  A firm supporter of Kanye 2020, he can be reached at jh957@cornell.edu.

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April Ye

April is a 2021 CS major in the College of Arts and Sciences. Besides traveling to unique, not-often-tourist-visited spots, she really enjoys catching up with a steaming latte with old friends, meandering walks without a set destination, and spontaneously long conversations. April hopes that trekking the slopes of Cornell will help check her bucket list item of becoming more fit. Coffee Thoughts appears every other Thursday. She can be reached at yy459@cornell.edu.

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Ruth Park

Ruth is a junior studying Applied Economics and Management in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Business. Ruth, who has been hit by a car before, has come to embrace the unpredictable joys of life, and can thus be spotted consuming an absurd amount of sweets, handing out singing birthday cards when there are no birthdays, and having wonderful, thought-provoking conversations at 5 a.m. She can be reached at rsp223@cornell.edu.

Kelly Lomboy

Kelly is a sophomore Government major in the College of Arts and Sciences. When Shamrock Shakes are not in season, she can be found reading around campus, crying over lactose intolerance, or planning her next visit to the cat cafe

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