Nikhil is a junior in the school of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. He is a member of the Rawlings Presidential Scholars program, using grant money to conduct research on sanctuary city policies with Professor Shannon Gleeson within ILR. Outside of the classroom, Nikhil serves as Director of External Relations for the Roosevelt Institute, a student think tank that writes and advocates for policies on Cornell campus. Nikhil is also an active brother of Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity. Last summer, Nikhil worked as a Legislative Intern for Congressman Mike Quigley, who sits on both the House Intelligence and House Appropriations Committee. In his free time, Nikhil enjoys to read and play basketball. You can reach Nikhil at email@example.com.
Criminal Justice Senior Editor
Alexandra is from Carmel, Indiana and is a sophomore at Cornell University pursuing a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations with minors in demography and law & society. She has interned for 3 different political candidates, is a community organizer for the Cornell Women's Health initiative, a brother of Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity as well as a sister at Alpha Xi Delta.
Education Senior Editor
Gillian is a sophomore at Cornell University pursuing a degree in Government with a minor in Creative Writing. She is interested in public policy, law, and international relations. From Chappaqua, New York, Gillian is also involved in Cornell Hillel, Big Red Sports Network, Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and Cornell University’s chapter of Platform, a national lobbying and training organization for young women.
Healthcare Senior Editor
Josette Barrans is majoring in Government and minoring in Law & Society and Psychology at Cornell University. Growing up right outside of DC in Arlington, VA, she has always had a passion for politics and advocacy. At Cornell, she is a member of the pre-professional government society Pi Lambda Sigma, co-founder and Policy Chair of the lobbying organization Platform, and the VP of Communications for Pi Beta Phi. This past summer she interned at the Woman’s National Democratic Club in DC.