Contributors

Alexandra Dole

Alexandra Dole is a reporter currently studying at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. A New York native, she has also studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in NYC. She has a BA in nonfiction creative writing from Columbia University. 

Find her on Twitter @alexandradole.

Avery Schuyler Nunn

Avery Schuyler Nunn is a freelance photographer, writer and graduate student at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. Avery is a graduate of Lafayette College and has had her work published in places such as Whalebone Magazine and Ocean City Magazine, covering topics across all things environmental, surfing, and climate.

Instagram + Twitter: @aveschuy 

Christopher Alvarez

Christopher Alvarez is a disability activist and writer based in Queens. He is currently studying at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. His work can be found in Maslatinos.

For more, follow @theywantca on Instagram and Facebook.

Dan Latu

Dan Latu is a current student at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and graduate of Boston College. Previously, Dan worked as legislative assistant in the House of Representatives covering housing, financial services, LGBTQ+ rights and other domestic policy issues. 

Danielle lloyd

Danielle Lloyd is a writer currently studying at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. Originally from Los Angeles, Danielle now lives in Brooklyn.

For more Danielle content, follow her Twitter & Instagram.

Fernanda Martinez Rodriguez

Fernanda Martinez is a reporter currently studying at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She has a BA in Art History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A native of Queretaro, Mexico, she lives in New York City.

Follow her on Twitter @FernandaWrites.

Gabrielle Holliday

Gabrielle Holliday is a fashion journalist attending Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism.

She previously attended the University of St Andrews, writing for The Saint and Haute Magazine.

Gretty Garcia

Gretty Garcia currently attends Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. After graduating from Harvard College, she worked as the features at special projects editor at Editorialist and wrote for the Cut and V. A native New Yorker, Gretty is happy to be back in the city and explore and write about everything in it. 

Hani Albarghouthi

Hani Albarghouthi is a student at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. Hani, who is of Palestinian origin, grew up in Amman, Jordan. He hopes to use his work to give a platform to marginalized people with a particular interest in LGBT+ and Arab communities.

Follow Hani on Instagram and Twitter.

Jack Truitt

Jack Stone Truitt is a reporter currently studying at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism and School of International and Public Affairs. A Seattle native, he has a BA from the University of Washington. His work has appeared in The Seattle Times.

Jemma Stephenson

Jemma Stephenson grew up in southern Virginia and recently graduated from Smith College
with a degree in English language and literature.

Joaquin Contreras

Joaquin Contreras is a journalist based in Long Island covering the New York metropolitan area, specifically Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He is currently studying at  Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. He has a degree in Journalism and Literature from from SUNY Purchase.

Miles Cohen

Miles Cohen currently works as a part-time producer for ABC’s Good Morning America and is a student at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. Previously, he was a contributor for online food outlet NYC Restaurateur.

Rachel Roberts

Rachel Roberts, an Arkansas native, is a student at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She graduated from the University of Arkansas, where she studied journalism, political science and French. She’s interested in covering politics, arts and culture.

Twitter: @ratchelroberts.

Rose Gilbert

Rose Gilbert is a student at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, covering topics including Harlem and homelessness in New York City. 

Before enrolling at Columbia, she was a senior news reporter at the Daily Princetonian, writing about migration policy, graduate student affairs and protests at Princeton University.

Sabrina Escobar Miranda

Sabrina Escobar is a journalist from El Salvador who is currently based in New York where she is covering Latinx communities and studying at Columbia’s Graduate school of Journalism. She recently graduated with an MSc in Latin American Studies from Oxford University and has published her work in Latin News London, Newsday, WearMe Fashion Prague, the Capital News Service and the Henrico Citizen.

For more, see sabrinaemportfolio.wordpress.com.