Staff Directory

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Grayson Peters


Grayson Peters is a fourth-year Political Science and French double major.  Active in local politics, Grayson serves on the board of the North Westwood Neighborhood Council, an elected advisory body to the city of Los Angeles, and chairs its Transportation and Safety Committee. Grayson’s primary areas of interest in the foreign policy sphere are the French-speaking world and ethnic conflict in formerly colonized nations. In his free time, Grayson plays jazz piano, argues about zoning on Nextdoor, and daydreams about banning cars.


Katie Jones

Managing Editor


Katie is a fourth year Economics major and Global Studies minor with an interest in international trade and development. She is a research assistant in the Department of Economics, a volunteer income tax preparer with VITA UCLA, and a writer for student satire magazine Satyr. In her free time she enjoys scrapbooking, spending time with friends and of course watching copious amounts of reality television.


Zachary Durkee

Print Director

Zachary Durkee is a fourth-year student majoring in Political Science. He is interested in U.S. – China relations and would like to pursue a career in diplomacy or intelligence. In his free time, Zachary enjoys going to the beach, hanging out with friends, going to good restaurants, and painting.


Taylor Fairless

Public Relations Director

Taylor is a History and Global Studies student with a background in Fine Arts. Her love for 20th century history largely shaped her concentrations in Cold War ideologies, with regional focuses in Asia and the Middle East. She has presented her research on nuclear and chemical nonproliferation at the UN headquarters in New York and in Washington D.C. Her time there inspired her to pursue a J.D. in order to realize a career in international security. Outside of academics, you can catch Taylor capturing moments of her friends on film or painting the energetic streets of LA.


Alex Choy

Social Media Director

Alex is a fourth-year student from New Jersey, majoring in Political Science. A member of UCLA’s Army ROTC Program, he specializes in studying international conflict in preparation for a career as a Military Intelligence Officer in the US Army. In his free time he enjoys photography, backpacking and swimming


Annabelle Werner

Staff Writer

Annabelle Werner is a third year Political Science and International Development Studies double major. As an aspiring human rights lawyer, she is fascinated by transitional justice, international politics, and NGO work. In the UCLA community, she is a leader in the campus chapter of the United Nations Association and competes in Division 1 Cross Country and Track. When she is not reading or running, Annabelle enjoys enabling her coffee addiction and petting as many dogs as possible.

Luke Anthony

World View Director

Luke is a fourth-year transfer from the San Francisco Bay Area, majoring in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations and American Government. He has worked as a public opinion research assistant in the UCLA political science department, and as a human trafficking policy intern for the Bangladeshi NGO BRAC. Currently Luke is an intern for the United Nations UNIC DC office. 


Kosi Ogbuli

Staff Writer

Kosi Ogbuli is a recent UCLA graduate with a demonstrated history working in fields of humanitarian affairs, international affairs, health policy, and community advocacy. He has interests in global development, the emergence of Africa and the global south as leading socio-economic powers, and global governance. He aspires to attain a Master’s degree in International Development and Global Health and to culminate his academic endeavors with a PhD. He aims to become a diplomat and help change the world. In his free time he enjoys meditating, reading, music sharing, and listening to podcasts.


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