Drew holds a BA in Philosophy from the Templeton Honors College at Eastern University (summa cum laude) and a PhD in Philosophy from Boston College, where he is currently a fellow at the Lonergan Institute.
Adrienne received her English PhD from Harvard University, her MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and her BA from Princeton University. She is a nonfiction writer and poet, and teaches in the Writing Program at Princeton University.
Morgan holds Masters' degrees in Maritime Archaeology (University of Southampton) and European History (University College London). She is a member of the Oceangate Titanic Expedition scientific team.
Elise holds a BA in Political Philosophy from Williams College and an MEd in Administration & Social Policy from Harvard. She has spent the past twenty years working in top-tier independent schools.
Betty earned her BA in History and Science from Harvard, and holds an MA in History from the Universiy of Chicago, and a PhD in History from Yale. She has been teaching at Phillips Exeter Academy for almost a decade.
Julia attended St. John's College in Annapolis, MD where she fell in love with classical languages. She is currently a Linguistics PhD student at Harvard, focusing on the phonology and verbal morphology of ancient Greek.
Amanda is the Religion Department chair of a private school in the Boston area. She holds a BA in Religious Studies (University of Michigan) and an EdM in Mind, Brain, and Education (Harvard Graduate School of Education).
Emily earned her PhD, MPhil, and MA in Theatre and Performance from Columbia University, and her BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Williams College. She is now a consultant at the Columbia Writing Center.
Tess graduated from Yale with a BA in English and Philosophy (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kapp). She received a Master's in Post-1900 English Literature from Oxford, and is currently a PhD student in English at Harvard.
Sarah majored in English at Dartmouth, where she graduated as Valedictorian and won the Stanley Prize in English. She is currently a Rhodes Scholar and PhD student in English at Oxford.
Mariam is a PhD candidate in Comp Lit at UCLA and a Fiction MFA student at Columbia. She earned her BA in Comp Lit from Princeton (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and MSt in Islamic Art and Archaeology, with distinction, from Oxford.
Sarah graduated from Brown with a BA in History & International Relations. She currently attends the University of Hong Kong and the University of Pennsylvania, where she is a History PhD candidate.
Daniel is a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and author of 5 books of literary nonfiction. He holds an MFA in Fiction (Columbia University), and has taught at Saint Ann's School, Columbia University, and elsewhere.
Madeleine holds a BA in Social Studies (Harvard) and a PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (U Chicago). She is currently writing a book about Ottomanism in nineteenth-century political thought.
Becca holds a BA in Philosophy from Dartmouth (summa cum laude) and an MPhil in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge. She is currently finishing her PhD in Philosophy at Harvard.
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.
Kannan holds a BA in the History of Science (University of Chicago, Phi Beta Kappa) and an MFA in Fiction (Iowa Writers' Workshop). His stories have been published in the LA Times, the LA Review of Books, and Racquet.
Ash earned a BA in Social Studies (Harvard), an MPhil in Intellectual History and Political Thought (University of Cambridge), and a JD (Yale). He is currently a PhD candidate in Political Science at Columbia University.
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.
Catherine is a NASA Graduate Fellow and PhD student in Wildlife Ecology at the University of Washington in Seattle. She holds a BA in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton.
Shelby holds a Master's in American Studies (Oxford) and an MFA in Fiction (UC Irvine). His stories have been published in places such as Vice News and GOOD Magazine, primarily about climate change and the environment.
Dilyn earned a BA in English with a minor in Spanish and Studio Art from NYU. After teaching in Mexico City as a Fulbright Scholar, she earned her JD at Harvard Law. She is currently clerking for the Colorado Supreme Court.
Benjamin graduated summa cum laude from the NYU Gallatin School. He taught English at his alma mater, Phillips Academy Andover where he coached cross country and served on the advisory board for the Brace Center for Gender Studies.
Mallory earned her BA in English from Harvard University, where she was awarded a creative thesis in Playwriting. She went on to earn her MFA in Playwriting from the New School. She is a teacher in Salisbury School's summer program.
Eliza majored in English and won several awards for her academic work at Bard College. She is now a PhD candidate in English at Harvard, where she studies nineteenth-century literature and the history of the novel.
Claire graduated with a BA in History and minor in Mathematics from Barnard College, where she won the the Ellen Davis Goldwater prize for excellence in History. Currently, she is a Graduate Writing Fellow at Barnard.
Charlotte holds an MA in Hispanic Studies from Brown University and a BA in English and Spanish from Oxford University. She is a recipient of the Kossoff Prize for Leadership in Language Teaching.
Chris graduated from Princeton with a BA in German Lit and a Certificate in Creative Writing. After a Fulbright in Germany, Chris earned his MFA in Poetry from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He is now a PhD student in English at Harvard.
Manoah holds BAs in English & French Language and Literature (UChicago, Phi Beta Kappa), and an MA, MPhil, and PhD in French Literature (NYU). He is a Student Affairs Officer at the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Columbia.
Megan is a PhD candidate in the History of Science at Harvard, where she has worked with more than 200 students. Before graduate school, Megan received her BA in English from Amherst College.
Hana double-majored in Sociology and Dance at Columbia University, where she graduated with departmental honors and Phi Beta Kappa. She is currently a Doctor of Physical Therapy Candidate at CUNY Hunter College.
Katherine holds a BA in Classics (Harvard), an MA in Classical Art & Archaeology (University of London), and an MD/PhD in Ancienty History (Harvard). She is a diagnostic radiology resident and postdoc fellow at Harvard.
Alex received his undergraduate degree in Classical Civilizations from Harvard. He taught Latin, History, and Ancient Greek at the high school level, and then earned his Master's degree in Classics from Columbia.
Emily holds a BA in History with a focus on Gender and Women's Studies, and a minor in Mathematics (Connecticut College, Alpha Pi Beta). Currently, she is a Master's candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Julia holds a BA from Princeton University in English Literature, with certificates in Theater and Music Theater. Her thesis won the Alan Downer prize for research in English and drama. Currently, she works in theatrical costuming.
Courtney holds a BHA in Art and Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon and an MPhil in Social & Cultural Anthropology from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She is now a PhD student in Social Anthropology at Harvard.
Ava is a PhD candidate in Organismic Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. She graduated magna cum laude from Cornell with a BA in Biological Science with a Neurobiology Concentration.
Graham holds an MD (Vanderbilt University Medical School) and MBA (Harvard Business School). He earned his BS from MIT in Materials Science & Engineering. Currently, he is an Emergency Medicine Resident at Vanderbilt Medical Center.
Colleen earned a PhD and MA from Harvard University in History, an MA in Modern European History from St Andrews, and a BA in History and Art History from University of Notre Dame. Currently, she is a researcher at Johns Hopkins.
Emily received a BA in French and Economics from Princeton. After college, she worked in consulting and economic research, and earned her PhD in Public Policy from Harvard, where she taught Economics and Machine Learning.
Andrew holds a BA in American History and English Literature from the College of William and Mary, and an MA in Ecclesiastical Studies from Oxford. He holds a PhD in Religious Studies at Columbia, and is a visiting professor there..