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James Hildebrand –- Editor-in-Chief, Contributing Writer
James Hildebrand ’15 is a Peer Advocate of Sexual Respect, Co-Chair of Pride Alliance, and an Asian Languages & Civilizations major. He spent last summer at Ms. magazine, but his dream job is still starship captain.
Craig Campbell ’15 is an Architectural Studies and Mathematics double major. He spends most of his time thinking about the theoretical condition of space, or dancing himself clean.
Marie Lambert ’15 is an English major, AAS senator, and occasional sleeper. She has a lot of feelings about etymology, breakfast for dinner, and Keefe Campus Center. Has been known to appreciate a good dad joke.
Ethan Corey ’15 thinks writer bios that try to be funny or clever are usually just tacky, probably including this one. He manages AC Voice Investigates, and has written for a number of publications, including In These Times, Voice Male, The Indicator and The Amherst Student.
Lola Fadulu ’17 truly believes that Life is a Highway. She’s a prospective Philosophy major. In her free time, she enjoys watching The Office and comedy in general, playing tennis, doing improv, and trying exhilarating new things. She’s arduously getting rid of virtually everything she owns in order to lead a more minimalist lifestyle.
Siraj Sindhu –- Generation Progress Liaison, Contributing Writer
Siraj Sindhu ’17 would rather be climbing trees. He is majoring in LJST and English; is an AAS Senator serving on the Sexual Respect Task Force, Orientation Committee, and Arts Committee; plays Ultimate with the Amherst Army of Darkness; and co-hosts the Julia Yates Radio Hour on WAMH.
Gina Faldetta –- Contributing Writer
Gina Faldetta ’16 is a Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies and Economics double major. She doesn’t vote for men and only listens to Sonic Youth songs with Kim Gordon vocals. She is currently in Paris working on her aesthetic.
Grace Brotsker ’16 is an LJST and English double major. She likes Thai food, feminist prose, and angry girl music of the indie rock persuasion.
Lilia Paz ’16 is a junior European Studies major. She’s involved in La Causa, CAB and works in the Emily Dickinson Museum. She loves tea, avocados and Damien Rice.
Tommy Raskin ’17 co-hosts a WAMH radio talk show called The Angle. He is majoring in History and is a member of the Amherst Political Union.
Annalise Nurme ’15 is an English and Art major, and a former editor for The Amherst Student and The Indicator. She loves fruit smoothies and the outdoors, and plans to work at a design firm.
Jane Berrill ’16 is majoring in Art History and Political Science and is a member of the Amherst water polo team. She likes her clothes how she likes her coffee — black. She’s also a cat person and is convinced that this means something, but she does not know what.
Marc Daalder ’18 is eager to share his passionate and naïve idealistic views. He is planning to quadruple major in English, History, LJST, and Something-That-Will-Get-Him-a-Job.
Camila Dominguez — Contributing Writer
Camila Dominguez ’18 is a potential film major, though if you ask her family, she is majoring in something practical that will prepare her for the competitive 21st century job market.
Paul Gramieri ’17 is a sophomore majoring in math. In addition to writing for AC Voice, he plays the cello in the Amherst Symphony Orchestra, is a member of Amherst’s Water Polo team, and enjoys fine dining. When not studying German or Chinese, he can be found eating pita chips and watching old episodes of Modern Family.
Eunnie Lee — Contributing Writer
Eunnie Lee ’18 is a potential throw-your-own-thing-together major with a concentration in language interpretation and translation. She loves music and creative writing and is (as of the construction of this bio) the only bassoonist in the orchestra.
Noor Qasim ’18 is a prospective English major. She enjoys plays, dancing, singing badly, and walking through the woods. She is also involved in Circus, Amherst’s art and literary magazine.
Sophia Salazar ’18 is an at-large member of the AAS Sexual Respect Task Force, and a tutor for A Better Chance (ABC). She doesn’t have a set major yet, but she has a few years to figure that out.
Katherine Stanton ’18 is a prospective English major interested in traveling. She likes to play frisbee with Sparkle Motion and work on the Book & Plow farm.
Frank Tavares ’18 grew up in San Diego, CA and has lived in Brasilia and New Delhi, India. He enjoys contemplating the universe from both scientific and artistic standpoints, which is why he is an astronomy major with a love of theater and literature.
Liya Rechtman –- Founder, Graduated Advisory Council and Contributing Writer
Liya Rechtman ’14 is ConstantLy Evolving. For now, she is AAS Chief of Staff and student representative on the faculty orientation committee. Liya is a Religion and English double major writing a thesis on Christian Zionism.
Anna Seward –- Graduated Social Media Editor and Contributing Writer
Anna Seward ’14: “wherever she went, including here, it was against her better judgment.” Anna is a former president of Women’s Chorus and works at the Frost Library. She is majoring in English and music.
Charlie Gill –- Former Contributing Writer
“Welcome to the layer cake, son.” Charlie Gill ’16 is an English major, lacrosse player, and an Athletic Team Engagement Leader.
Matt Randolph –- Former Contributing Writer
Matt Randolph ’16 is a Historian-in-Training (HIT), a traveler, an activist, and an unapologetic fanboy of superhero comics and films. He is the Co-Chair for Pride Alliance and a Diversity Intern for the Amherst College Office of Admission. Matt is majoring in History and Spanish.
Sharline Dominguez –- Former Contributing Writer
“Celebrate love wherever you are in the world.” Sharline Dominguez ’16 is an American studies major, a Multicultural Resource Center fellow, a Frost Library Student Assistant, and the Lead Ambassador for the Quest Scholars Network.
Petey Suechting –- Former Contributing Writer
Evelyn Ting -– Former Contributing Writer
“Exploring in a dimension of time and space,” Evelyn Ting ’17 is double majoring in Computer Science and Anthropology. She is also a member of orchestra and the mixed martial arts club.