Current Members


  • Mary Hui ’17 (Co-President) is from Hong Kong, and majors in Spanish and Politics. She covers breaking news on campus, and also writes features. Mary has interned at The Washington Post, the New York Times’ Hong Kong office, and the South China Morning Post.  Read more and see clips –>
  • Oren Fliegelman ’17 (President emeritus) is a proud New Jersey native. A Politics major with certificates in Values & Public Life and Arabic Language & Culture, his main interests are international politics and American and Middle Eastern history. Oren likes eating warm cookies, wearing watches, and procrastinating with endless marathons of the West Wing. Read more and see clips –>
  • Logan Sander ’18 (Vice-President) is a junior from Toledo, Ohio who is majoring in Comparative Literature with a focus in French and Chinese literature and theater. She enjoys walking outside, smelling new books and alphabetizing, but spends most of her time napping or reading the New YorkerRead more and see clips –>
  • Spencer PartsSpencer Parts ’17 grew up on the North Side of Chicago. A history major, he enjoys recreational sports, tea, playing the trombone and going to see plays and concerts on campus or in New York City. Read more and see clips –>
  • Ally Markovich ’17 grew up outside of Cleveland, OH and graduated from the Hawken School. She is majoring in Politics, planning to focus on ethics and Russian and Ukrainian affairs. She can usually be found running on the canal path, checking out the contemporary art in the Princeton University Art Museum, or eating roasted almonds in her room. Read more and see clips –>
  • Gabe Fisher ’17 (Co-President) is from New York, New York and majoring in history. He loves viewing old Adam Sandler movies on repeat, as well as reading about, watching, and, in the occasional event, even playing sports. Gabe is excited to be returning to the world of journalism at Princeton after a brief hiatus in which he spent a gap year living and volunteering in a public housing project in Jerusalem. Read more and see clips –>
  • Matthew Silberman ’17 (Alumni Engagement Chair) is from Lincolnwood, IL, but it’s simpler to say Chicago. A philosophy major, Matthew is not the doctor his Jewish parents wanted; that’s what brothers are for. He loves telling stories, cooking, and collecting records. He has a horrible taste in music — and he’s never sarcastic. Read more and see clips –>

  • 1912378_10203304188148631_1833506040_nKevin Cheng ’17 
    is a bridge-and-tunnel English major currently living in New York. He likes feeding his corgi, going to shows, and dipping madeleines in tea. He dislikes bad funk music. Read more and see clips –>

  • Tammy Tseng ’18 is a prospective Economics major from Fremont, California. Her interests include playing the cello and dancing. She enjoys chai lattes from the Wa, humor from the New Yorker, and white cheddar Cheez-Its. Read more and see clips –>
  • Anna Windemuth ’17 is a senior from Berlin, Germany majoring in Comparative Literature with a certificate in Creative Writing. Apart from journalism, Anna enjoys acting in Princeton’s French theater troupe, playing the saxophone and writing short stories. Read more and see clips –>
  • RB_I3Kqz_400x400Ezra Austin ‘19 is a sophomore from Baltimore. He enjoys listening to and sometimes making loud music. Read more and see clips –>
  • francesca_billingtonFrancesca Billington ‘19 is a sophomore from Santa Monica, California majoring in Anthropology. She enjoys playing bassoon, listening to music, and cooking vegetables. Read more and see clips –>
  • unnamedJulia Case-Levine ‘18 is a junior from New York City and prospective history major. Her interests include reading, writing, and eating burritos. Read more and see clips –>
  • RickiHeieicklenRicki Heicklen ‘19 is a sophomore and prospective math major from Teaneck, New Jersey. She’s a sanctimonious vegan (apologies for the redundancy), but when she’s not hunting down converts from carnivory she can be found blending and consuming smoothies or writing sonnets about her furniture. Fun fact: she lived on four continents before her fourth birthday. Read more and see clips –>
  • me_headshotLayla Malamut ‘18 is from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but grew up in New York City. She is majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with a certificate in Values and Public Life. Outside the classroom, Layla can be found rehearsing in a dance studio, taking Gemma’s yoga classes, stocking up on sushi from late meal or struggling on the long trek to Forbes. Read more and see clips –>
  • nphanNathan Phan ‘19 is a sophomore from Rosemead, California. He is thinking of majoring in English or East Asian Studies. Aside from journalism, Nathan enjoys writing short stories and poetry, drawing cartoons, and singing (usually off-key). He also spends his time laughing at dank memes on Tumblr, eating Pocky snacks, or watching anime and too many Buzzfeed videos. Read more and see clips –>