Tyler Brown (Copy Editor)
Tyler transferred to UC Berkeley in Fall of 2014 from Los Medanos College in Pittsburgh, California. He’s an Anthropology major and is graduating next May. His academic interests include American History. Tyler is a sports enthusiast, a musician, and is interested in aviation.
Marisol Cuong (Media Manager)
Marisol is a senior at Cal double majoring in Latin American Literature and Anthropology. She is originally from Los Angeles, California where she is the youngest of three siblings. Her academic interests are teaching and learning new languages, currently Marisol knows English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Nahuatl. After graduation, she hopes to take time off to work and possibly travel. Shortly after, she plans to apply to graduate school to pursue a PhD in Latin American Literature. While also wanting to open up her own non-profit to encourage multilingual literacy as well as higher education to all minority groups.
Jeremy Spratlen (Project Manager)
Jeremy transferred to UC Berkeley this semester from Merritt College in Oakland, California. He’s a third year Anthropology major. Some of his academic interest include Peru and Inca culture, as well as gender and sexuality studies. He keeps chickens and gardens at home. In 2016 he hopes to break ground on a community garden project in East Oakland to provide access to local, organically farmed foods.
Shelley Trout (Researcher/Designer)
Shelley is a senior undergraduate student at UC Berkeley, majoring in Anthropology with a particular focus in archaeology. A native of Wales, she has always held a deep fascination with ancient lifeways and the people of the past, and looks forward to pursuing her interests further at graduate school. When she is not busy studying, she enjoys art, music, and road-trips to new places.
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