Publications and Editing
Working with student writing is something I hope to do for the rest of my life. I’ve worked for student publications as a writer, photographer, reviewer, graphic designer, and copy editor at various times, in addition to my work designing posters and programs for the Madrigal Singers and booklets for the Choral Society.
I am currently editor-in-chief of the Harvard Art Review, where in addition to editing all articles, I also write articles myself, secure grant funding for the publication, and recruit and oversee writers and editors.
Synthesis is an annual journal put out by Harvard students of the history of science, available online at the department’s website. I served a staff editor for two of the three issues put out to date.
For the Harvard College Math Review, an undergraduate journal for all things mathematical, I have variously served as the Features Editor, a reviewer, and one of the issue production directors over the past three years.
I’ve been a staff writer for Tuesday Magazine, the college’s only student-run general interest magazine, since 2010. Co-directing a writing workshop for staff writers, the only student-run workshop at Harvard, has been a lot of fun.
I am currently working on fact-checking a popular physics book written by a professor at the Harvard Extension School, and aiding in the research for a book on the relations between math and literature in the Early Modern period for a literature professor at MIT.