Pooja studied Cell and Molecular Biology at Cornell University, graduating summa cum laude with Distinction in Research. During her senior year, she was awarded the Academic Excellence Award, which recognizes the top two scholars in the Biological Sciences major.
Raksit earned his BA in Linguistics at Yale (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude), and is now a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on understanding language change by carrying out experiments using laboratory techniques.
Michelle graduated from UC San Diego with a BA in Humanities and a BS in Neuroscience. A Paul Hastings Law Preview Scholar, Michelle is pursuing both a JD and an MA at the University of Pennsylvania.
Scott majored in Classics and Spanish at Bates College, where he wrote two theses. After working in several Special Collections libraries, he is now a PhD Candidate in Romance Languages at UPenn.
Arshan attends Yale Law and holds an MS in African Studies (Oxford) and a BS in Foreign Service & International Politics (Georgetown). He's a published author and an officer in the US Army Reserve.
Ryohei studied Francophone Literature and Art History at Princeton and Prix du Cercle Franais. After working at the MoMA, he is presently an MA candidate in History at LŐcole des hautes tudes en sciences sociales (EHESS).
Ivy graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts and BAs in Comparative Literature, Anthropology, and French from Cornell University. She's presently a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Harvard.
Avani earned her BPhil in Neuroscience (minor in Spanish) from the University of Pittsburgh, where she was a Chancellor's Scholar and graduated summa cum laude. She is currently an MD student at NYU.
Greg graduated with a double major in Physics and Math from Harvard (summa cum laude). He is now pursuing a PhD in Math at MIT, where his research focuses on the interaction between geometry and physics.
Humza graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a double major in Medicinal Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences. He is now an MD/PhD candidate at UCLA.
Anusha is a medical student in the Health Sciences and Technology program at Harvard Medical School and MIT. She graduated with a BS in Bioengineering from Caltech, where she was a member of the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society.
Anthony earned a BA in English Literature from the University of Chicago on an Odyssey Scholarship. He is certified in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), and has taught in Bologna, Italy.
Sara is a poet, educator, and scholar. She holds a BA in English (Wesleyan) and an MFA in Poetry (Iowa Writers' Workshop). She is currently working on her PhD in English at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Evander is a Residential Tutor at Harvard. He holds a PhD in American Studies (Harvard) and a BA in Art History and English (Vassar). Previously, he worked at the New Bedford Whaling Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
John earned his BA in Literature from Harvard (magna cum laude), and his PhD in Philosophy from Princeton. After teaching at several major universities in the US and abroad, John is now pursuing his MSW at Simmons University.
Erica graduated from Smith College with a BA in French (high honors, Phi Beta Kappa). She has worked at the American Embassy in Paris and the French consulate in New York. Currently, she is a PhD student in French at NYU.
Anna earned her BA in Linguistics from Harvard (magna cum laude). She is currently pursuing her PhD in Linguistics at NYU, where she is working on issues of language meaning.
Shefali is an MD student at NYU, interested in both infectious disease and environmental health. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UMichigan-Ann Arbor with a Bachelor's in International Studies and Spanish.
Tova attended the University of Chicago and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Anthropology. She recently completed her MPhil in Archaeology (with Merit) at the University of Cambridge.
Stephanie is an MA student in International Relations at The Graduate Center, CUNY. She holds a BA in Foreign Languages, International Relations and Government, Law, and Public Policy from the University of Puerto Rico.
Rachel is an Economics PhD student at Princeton. She earned her BSc in Economics & Computer Science at Duke (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude), and her MSc in Economics & Finance at Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
Rachel graduated from UVA with a double major in Art History and French, and then spent two years in Europe teaching in Lyons, France and working at art galleries in Berlin, Germany. She is now a PhD candidate in Art History at NYU.