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Kristina Hayhurst

Kristina Hayhurst

September 23, 2018


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Kristina Hayhurst is a rising senior in CAS studying Physics and English; ask her about the space-time ladder paradox if you want to lose a few hours of your life. Notoriously over-caffeinated and overbooked, catch her around Tompkins Square in her free time reading (probably Harry Potter), doing yoga ...

Alex Domb

Alex Domb

September 23, 2018


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Alex is a sophomore studying Politics and Journalism in CAS. He holds dual U.S. and U.K. citizenships, but he grew up in central New Jersey and will take advantage of any excuse to defend his home state at all costs. In his spare time, Alex enjoys debating the latest NBA trade, attempting to navigate ...

Janice Lee

Janice Lee

September 23, 2018


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Janice Lee is a senior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Creative Writing and French, and despite what she studies, she is committed to becoming a journalist. She is from Orange County, California and believes that anyone else from there is an automatic homie. Janice adores sitcoms and will quote...

Ryan Mikel

Ryan Mikel

September 23, 2018


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Ryan is a junior, studying Journalism and English in the CAS. A native of Louisville, KY, Ryan was drawn to art, particularly film and dance, for its exposure of the world around him. He has previously written for Out Magazine and interviewed the likes of Sean Baker, Greta Gerwig and Steven Spielberg. You can ...

Daniella Nichinson

Daniella Nichinson

September 23, 2018


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Daniella is the co-Arts Editor and is studying Marketing and Creative Writing, but lately has gone through the utterly clichéd phase of life known as an “existential crisis.” In her mind, it is still the 1970s because Pink Floyd reigns supreme and Jack Nicholson is a heartthrob. When Daniella abandons...

Natalie Chinn

Natalie Chinn

September 23, 2018


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Natalie Chinn is a junior double majoring in Journalism and Anthropology. Originally from the greater Seattle area, she likes to brag about how great the Pacific Northwest is. You can catch her walking aimlessly around New York City with a coffee in hand, moping about the lack of trees....

Tianne Johnson

Tianne Johnson

September 23, 2018


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Tianne Johnson is a New Orleans native and professional multitasker. With a love for all things New York and an even greater love for meeting new people, she's typically in the Greenwich Village area juggling multiple creative projects and ready to have meaningful conversations. She found her way to th...

Victor Porcelli

Victor Porcelli

September 23, 2018


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Victor Porcelli is a Deputy News Editor for the Washington Square News as well as a first-year in CAS studying journalism, public policy and philosophy. He's from the state everyone loves, New Jersey, and apologizes for Chris Christie's existence. He enjoys essay writing (the weird one's are always fr...

Alex Cullina

Alex Cullina

September 23, 2018


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Alex Cullina is the Theatre and Books Editor for the Washington Square news. A native Clevelander, he is a junior studying English and History in CAS. Growing up in Ohio before coming to New York, he's very defensive of the Midwest, despite its many (many) flaws. Beside keeping up with the best in ne...

Arvind Sindwhani

Arvind Sindwhani

September 23, 2018


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Arvind is currently a sophomore in CAS studying Economic, Urban Design and Architecture Studies. As of now, he is interning at the Regional Plan Association to conduct research on inclusionary housing projects throughout New York. Arvind’s interest in design comes from experimenting with photoshop at...

Faith Marnecheck

Faith Marnecheck

September 23, 2018


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Faith Marnecheck is a sophomore in CAS with a dual major of Journalism and the cross-departmental major Spanish and Linguistics. She is minoring in Animal Studies, which she is especially excited about because she is vegan and very passionate about animal rights. In addition to being a deputy copy chief...

Scott Hogan

Scott Hogan

September 23, 2018


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Scott Hogan is sophomore in Liberal Studies working towards a degree in Journalism and MCC. You can find him claiming “The diet starts now!” after finishing lunch at Chick-fil-A. As a native Californian he jumps at any chance to defend the superiority of In-N-Out, but can sometimes be spotted sha...

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