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Editorial Board 2018-19
Xinong is a third year undergraduate student from Australia majoring in history and minoring in philosophy. Born in China, she’s particularly invested in the affairs of the Asia-Pacific region. Aside from her interest in both domestic and international politics, Xinong spends her spare time trying not to fall off horses (she’s a member of the UCLA Equestrian Team) and thinking about ancient Romans.
Zach is a fourth-year student majoring in Political Science with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Raised in Chicago, he spent this past summer in Washington, D.C. interning for a digital advertising firm. Zach is also an avid runner, reader, and history-lover. In his free time he enjoys keeping up with Chicago sports, going to the beach, and eating endless amounts of Chipotle.
Recruitment Director & Editor
Andrea “Andy” Zachrich is a fourth-year Communication major with a double minor in Classical Civilizations and Global Studies. She currently works as an Athletic Peer Learning Facilitator and soccer coach, and is Vice President and Captain of UCLA’s Woman’s Club Soccer Team. She spent most of the summer studying the ancient Romans in Rome, traveling through Europe, and backpacking in Sequoia. She hopes to go into the field of International Law and work with human rights abuses. In her free time she enjoys volunteering to walk dogs at the local No Kill Shelter, reading historical fiction, hiking, and photography.
Print Director & Editor
Sareen is a fourth year Political Science major planning to attend law school after college. She is a member of the UCLA Pre-Law Society’s Executive Board and works with young children. In the future, she hopes to devote her law career to helping children. She is particularly interested in both food policy and education. In her free time, Sareen listens to her favorite podcasts (Radiolab, A Way with Words) and sends in unsuccessful submissions to The New Yorker’s weekly Caption Contest.
Conor is a fourth-year student from Boston, double-majoring in Russian Studies and Political Science. A member of UCLA’s Army ROTC and Russian Flagship programs, he enjoys researching Russian affairs and politics in preparation for a career as an Eastern European Foreign Area Officer in the US Army. In his free time he serves on his fraternity’s executive board, goes to concerts, reads books on military history, and travels.
Grayson Peters is a second-year Political Science major pursuing minors in French and Public Policy. He is also a staff writer at Ha’Am, UCLA’s Jewish Newsmagazine, and is active in the Westwood Forward movement as a liason to the USAC Office of the President. Grayson‘s areas of interest in the foreign policy sphere include the Israel-Palestine conflict, Western Europe, and the French-speaking world. In his free time, Grayson enjoys playing jazz piano, arguing about zoning policy, and reading The Atlantic.
Kasia Kosmala-Dahlbeck is a third year undergraduate student studying Political Science and minoring in Environmental Systems and Societies. Her primary fields of interest are international peace and conflict, the politics of the Middle East, and global environmental change. In the future, Kasia hopes to go to law school and work in international conflict resolution. In her free time, Kasia enjoys hiking, playing music, traveling, and eating bread and butter.
Landon Hsieh is a fourth year Anthropology student from Las Vegas who has a passion for art and comedy. Landon has a keen interest in the relationships in East Asia in addition to the domestic political atmosphere. He is president of Bruin Gaming and lends his time helping host events and fostering a wholesome environment for gamers on campus.