Winter 2018

Contributor bios

Gabriel Groz is a junior at Yale majoring in History and East Asian Languages and Literatures. He has written for the Yale Daily News, The Yale Historical Review, and Accent Magazine.

Noah Kim is a senior at Yale majoring in English Language and Literature. He is a former editor at the Yale Daily News and a former intern at n+1. He has contributed articles to Zocalo Public Square and Yale Herald.

Max Norman studied literature at Yale College.

Simone Paci is a first-year PhD student at Columbia University, in the department of Political Science. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale with a double degree in Economics and Political Science, with election to Phi Beta Kappa and departmental honors. He won the Charles Washburn Clark Prize for best senior essay in Comparative Politics.

Olivia Paschal is a senior at Yale majoring in History with a focus on religion and the American South. Her writing has appeared in Scalawag, Facing South, The Politic, and the Yale Daily News.

Eve Romm is a senior at Yale in the Literature major. Her interests include early modern religious lyric, Biblical hermeneutics, and literary translation. Her work has appeared in the Yale Lit and the Journal of Literary Translation.  

Alex Williams is a junior at Yale majoring in History and South Asian Studies. He has previously contributed to the Yale Daily News.