Yi Fei Cheng is a prospective Engineering and Computer Science double major. He is particularly interested in web development, robotics, and animation.
Joseph DeBrine '19 is a senior majoring in Ancient Greek and Linguistics. He was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and likes reading, running, radios, writing stories, and the letter 'r'.
Cindy Li '21, a sophomore studying Computer Science and Educational Studies, has been interested in software engineering and web development for a long time. Her dream is to travel the world, but for now she'll settle for the short rides from Philly to New York. She's also always on the lookout for some good tostadas and pizza.
Amal Sagal '20 is a junior majoring in Anthropology and Peace and Conflict Studies with interests in applied anthropology, oral history, and reproductive justice. She was born and raised in Virginia and spends her nonexistent free time reading, cooking, photographing, and arguing with her siblings.
Samme Sheikh '20 is a junior majoring in Political Science and minoring in Interpretation Theory. Samme is from Portland, Oregon but wants to be adopted by Philadelphia, and he's well on his way toward his goal of knowing more about African politics than that of the United States.
Ziv Stern is a prospective Linguistics and Classics double major with special interest in morphology, philology, and computational linguistics. He has a lot of ideas for coding projects on Latin and Greek corpora. He has not done enough work on any of these projects. You can generally find him excitedly pouring through an etymological dictionary, probably singing something by Sondheim under his breath.
Byron Biney '19 is currently a completing a special major in Educational Studies and Computer Science, with a minor in Psychology. He's interested in learning how technology can help facilitate meaningful learning experiences in today's current landscape for all students. He would like to explore how current cultural formations and structural issues interact with digital technology.
Liv Elmore '20, prospective undecided major at Swarthmore College.
Amy Han '17 is an engineering and computer science double major. Originally from Washington state, she enjoys hiking, skiing and exploring the outdoors. Amy is excited to be working in New York City after graduation.
Hazlett Henderson ‘17 is a French and Arabic double major at Swarthmore College. She likes reading and composting, and wants to graduate so that she can spend more time doing both.
Samantha Herron '18 is a Sociology & Anthropology major. She loves the internet, the library, pop music, and her cat Marv.
Jake Davis Mundo '18 is double majoring in Linguistics and Mathematics. At Swarthmore, Jake is one of the organizers of Peripeteia, a group which plans interdisciplinary events and discussions, and loves playing board games with friends in moments of free time. Jake grew up in New Jersey.