SUMMER 2023 COLUMNISTS

CATHERINE AMES

Chronically Catherine

Catherine Ames is a newly graduated senior writing about life as a young person coexisting with chronic illness in her column, “Chronically Catherine.”

Dear Anthem, screw you. Sincerely, me and all your patients.


I hope this letter finds its way to the desk of every health insurance company CEO so you hear me: I’m not a case number, I’m Catherine, and on the top of the list of things I don’t have time for as a full-time disabled student is fighting you for my bodily autonomy.

VICTORIA LEE

Your College Unnie

Victoria Lee is a rising sophomore writing about the AAPI experience in America, in her column “Your College Unnie.”

Your College Unnie: Lunar Lunchbox


In a special installment of “Your College Unnie,” Columnist Victoria Lee dives into the nuances of lunchtime, cultural lunchables and accepting differences.

MAN TRUONG

Lessons Learned

Man Truong is a rising senior writing on reflections made in life, in his column, “Lessons Learned.’