Executive Board

Editor-in-Chief Eileen Ying   Eileen is a third-year studying Politics and English. Her academic interests include critical race theory, civic infrastructure, and the biopolitics of the U.S. carceral state. Outside of class, she serves as Advocacy Chair for the Minority Rights Coalition and organizes with local Democratic Socialists. She is an unashamed fan of hairless cats. You can find her on Twitter @theleenbean, where she gives the occasional hot take, or email her at  ey2eb@virginia.edu .

Editor-in-Chief
Eileen Ying

Eileen is a third-year studying Politics and English. Her academic interests include critical race theory, civic infrastructure, and the biopolitics of the U.S. carceral state. Outside of class, she serves as Advocacy Chair for the Minority Rights Coalition and organizes with local Democratic Socialists. She is an unashamed fan of hairless cats. You can find her on Twitter @theleenbean, where she gives the occasional hot take, or email her at ey2eb@virginia.edu.

Managing Editor John Han   John Han is a third-year double majoring in Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law (PPL) and in biology. His academic interests include continental political philosophy and healthcare law and policy. Outside of the Review, he’s also involved in the Parliamentary Debate Society and works for the Health, Equity, Law, and Policy Research Lab within the Department of Public Health Sciences. John is also pre-med and can't wait to spend four more years in school, so he enjoys cooking and baking to relieve stress. Email him with your favorite recipes (and article ideas) at  jdh3pe@virginia.edu .

Managing Editor
John Han

John Han is a third-year double majoring in Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law (PPL) and in biology. His academic interests include continental political philosophy and healthcare law and policy. Outside of the Review, he’s also involved in the Parliamentary Debate Society and works for the Health, Equity, Law, and Policy Research Lab within the Department of Public Health Sciences. John is also pre-med and can't wait to spend four more years in school, so he enjoys cooking and baking to relieve stress. Email him with your favorite recipes (and article ideas) at jdh3pe@virginia.edu.

Productions Manager   Ethan Sullivan   Ethan is a second-year hoping to major in Media Studies and History. His research interests include the use of new media as a political tool and the status of American civil liberties. Elsewhere on Grounds, Ethan is a counselor for the University Judiciary Committee and a brother in the Sigma Phi fraternity. Ethan loves the Coen Brothers and can recite the entire script to the Big Lebowski. He can be reached at  ems2xe@virginia.edu .

Productions Manager
Ethan Sullivan

Ethan is a second-year hoping to major in Media Studies and History. His research interests include the use of new media as a political tool and the status of American civil liberties. Elsewhere on Grounds, Ethan is a counselor for the University Judiciary Committee and a brother in the Sigma Phi fraternity. Ethan loves the Coen Brothers and can recite the entire script to the Big Lebowski. He can be reached at ems2xe@virginia.edu.

Operations Manager     Malika Malik   Malika Malik is a second-year hoping to study Politics. Her academic interests include Central Asian and Middle Eastern politics, human rights, and entrepreneurship. Outside of the Review, she can be found riding her bike or cooking for her health page @eatlivecycle. She has an unhealthy obsession with espresso and can be found exploring coffee shops. She may be reached at  mm4db@virginia.edu .

Operations Manager Malika Malik

Malika Malik is a second-year hoping to study Politics. Her academic interests include Central Asian and Middle Eastern politics, human rights, and entrepreneurship. Outside of the Review, she can be found riding her bike or cooking for her health page @eatlivecycle. She has an unhealthy obsession with espresso and can be found exploring coffee shops. She may be reached at mm4db@virginia.edu.

Interviews Editor Mark Felice   Mark is a fourth-year majoring in Urban and Environmental Planning in the School of Architecture. He is passionate about mental health science, stereotypes, funding and education. He also loves discussing LGBTQ issues, housing and transportation problems and electoral politics. Outside of class, Mark works for the Charlottesville nonprofit, Computers4Kids as their Grants, Communications and Administration Assistant. He also has a collection over over 500 movies and can tell you almost anything about the film and TV industry. He can be reached at mgf7qf@virginia.edu.

Interviews Editor
Mark Felice

Mark is a fourth-year majoring in Urban and Environmental Planning in the School of Architecture. He is passionate about mental health science, stereotypes, funding and education. He also loves discussing LGBTQ issues, housing and transportation problems and electoral politics. Outside of class, Mark works for the Charlottesville nonprofit, Computers4Kids as their Grants, Communications and Administration Assistant. He also has a collection over over 500 movies and can tell you almost anything about the film and TV industry. He can be reached at mgf7qf@virginia.edu.

MANAGING BOARD

Senior Editor Arijeet Sensharma   Arijeet Sensharma is a fourth-year majoring in Public Policy & Leadership in the Batten School as well as music. He hopes to work in civil rights law and is particularly interested in health policy/equity issues. He sings with the University Singers and Chamber Singers, and is part of First Year Players, the Accessible Theatre Project, and PSP. He may or may not have an unhealthy obsession with Taco Bell. He may be reached at as8dc@virginia.edu.

Senior Editor
Arijeet Sensharma

Arijeet Sensharma is a fourth-year majoring in Public Policy & Leadership in the Batten School as well as music. He hopes to work in civil rights law and is particularly interested in health policy/equity issues. He sings with the University Singers and Chamber Singers, and is part of First Year Players, the Accessible Theatre Project, and PSP. He may or may not have an unhealthy obsession with Taco Bell. He may be reached at as8dc@virginia.edu.

 
Senior Editor Katie Tripp   Katie Tripp is a third-year double majoring in Foreign Affairs and English. Her academic interests include war theory and Victorian literature. Outside of the Review, she’s also involved in Charlottesville Debate League and Harmonious Hoos acappella group. Katie also loves anything involving succulents and twinkling lights. Find her baby plants page on Pinterest at katetripp97 or email her at  kft7dn@virginia.edu  if you want her to edit your paper or something. A small fee of one Starbucks grande iced caramel macchiato is appreciated.

Senior Editor
Katie Tripp

Katie Tripp is a third-year double majoring in Foreign Affairs and English. Her academic interests include war theory and Victorian literature. Outside of the Review, she’s also involved in Charlottesville Debate League and Harmonious Hoos acappella group. Katie also loves anything involving succulents and twinkling lights. Find her baby plants page on Pinterest at katetripp97 or email her at kft7dn@virginia.edu if you want her to edit your paper or something. A small fee of one Starbucks grande iced caramel macchiato is appreciated.

Senior Editor   Seth Hochman   Seth is a third year from Atlanta, Georgia studying Government. Seth is academically interested in constitutional interpretation, criminal justice, and soda taxes. Outside of the classroom, he volunteers with Madison House, clerks for the Student Legal Services office, and enjoys watching The Sopranos. He can be reached at  sah6tn@virginia.edu .

Senior Editor
Seth Hochman

Seth is a third year from Atlanta, Georgia studying Government. Seth is academically interested in constitutional interpretation, criminal justice, and soda taxes. Outside of the classroom, he volunteers with Madison House, clerks for the Student Legal Services office, and enjoys watching The Sopranos. He can be reached at sah6tn@virginia.edu.

 

OTHER LEADERSHIP

Creative Director Aly Lee   Aly is a third year majoring in Human Biology. Her interests include global health and its relation to economic/political infrastructure and the narratives and metaphors that influence medical practice. Outside of class, Aly writes columns for the Cavalier Daily and serves as a leader in Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. She loves to cook, sing loudly, and doodle cute pictures. She may be reached at  acl8ba@virginia.edu .

Creative Director
Aly Lee

Aly is a third year majoring in Human Biology. Her interests include global health and its relation to economic/political infrastructure and the narratives and metaphors that influence medical practice. Outside of class, Aly writes columns for the Cavalier Daily and serves as a leader in Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. She loves to cook, sing loudly, and doodle cute pictures. She may be reached at acl8ba@virginia.edu.

Sasha Duckworth Treasurer   Sasha is a second year hoping to study Government and Commerce. Her interests include entrepreneurship and its relationship to political/economic infrastructure, the Federal Reserve, and Eastern European affairs. Outside of the Review, she is also a project analyst for Enactus, a Philanthropy Coordinator for Fashion for a Cause, and a Spanish interpreter for Sin Barreras. She still does not know the difference between a skillet and a frying pan. She can be reached at  ard9bw@virginia.edu .

Sasha Duckworth
Treasurer

Sasha is a second year hoping to study Government and Commerce. Her interests include entrepreneurship and its relationship to political/economic infrastructure, the Federal Reserve, and Eastern European affairs. Outside of the Review, she is also a project analyst for Enactus, a Philanthropy Coordinator for Fashion for a Cause, and a Spanish interpreter for Sin Barreras. She still does not know the difference between a skillet and a frying pan. She can be reached at ard9bw@virginia.edu.

Associate Print Director Edie Tepper   Edie is a second year intending to double major in Foreign Affairs and English. Her academic interests include the study of international human rights institutions and the intersection of politics and poetry. Outside of the Review, Edie is a mentor for fifth and sixth grade girls through Girl Up club and Women's Concerns Chair for Pi Beta Phi. Edie loves cats and has mastered a scarily accurate impression of Perry the Platypus. She can be reached at  emt3ab@virginia.edu .

Associate Print Director
Edie Tepper

Edie is a second year intending to double major in Foreign Affairs and English. Her academic interests include the study of international human rights institutions and the intersection of politics and poetry. Outside of the Review, Edie is a mentor for fifth and sixth grade girls through Girl Up club and Women's Concerns Chair for Pi Beta Phi. Edie loves cats and has mastered a scarily accurate impression of Perry the Platypus. She can be reached at emt3ab@virginia.edu.