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Editorial Board: Editor-in-Chief
- Joshua Tseng-Tham ’17
- Macy Ferguson ’16 Emeritus
- Jessica Tong ’17
- Madeline Killen ’18
- Tiffany Park ’18
- Chris D’Angelo ’16
- Mene Ukueberuwa ’16
Sandy Fox ’16
Marissa Le Coz ’17
Matthew West ’17
- Sara Holston ’17
Angela Seo ’17
Matthew West ’17
Chenchen Li ’18
Last updated on Sep 02 by Joshua Z. Tseng-Tham
contributors: Diana M. Pechter, Jason A. Laster, Nathaniel D. Schmucker