Martin Connelly ’08 (“Views on China”) grew up traveling back and forth to China. An East Asian studies major, he’s worked as a writer and an editor in Beijing. He currently makes his home in Newfoundland.









Tarini Manchanda ’09 (“The Magic of Kalimpong”), an environmental policy major, is based in New Delhi, India. She has conceived and directed two long documentaries on the politics of water resources in New Delhi.








Cynia Barnwell ’11 (“Sometimes It Takes a Posse”) is a women’s, gender, and sexuality studies major. She is former president of SOBHU (Students Organized for Black and Hispanic Unity) and former host of the student-run poetry slam program.