Julia Miranda is a sophomore History and Anthropology major from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recently, she has been working on an anthology of queer poetry from the Global South. She is a humanitarian aid worker in Beirut, and also works for Havenly Treats, a mezze bar that seeks to build economic and political power with refugee women in New Haven. For fun, she enjoys attempting to write at cafes, playing ruthless Monopoly games with her friends, and dancing bachata.
Malini Wimmer (she/her) is a Junior Ethics, Politics, and Economics major in Hopper. Her academic research focuses on environmental ethics in South Asia, as well as the intersection of Eastern and Western political-philosophical thought. Outside of class she is involved with various environmental nonprofits and the Yale Hindu Students Organization, and enjoys singing Soprano with the Glee Club and dancing with the Yale Kalaa. In her free time Malini is an avid reader and writer, and likes to play around on piano, guitar, and her camera.”