Copy Editor and Layout Designer
Tyler is a freshman from Chicago, Illinois considering a major in sociology or philosophy! She is a coffee fanatic who may or may not psychoanalyze you upon finding out your zodiac sign. Her current obsessions: Gregg Araki movies, Kilo Kish, and the color blue.
Michelle is a first year from Long Island considering a double major in English and Art History. She could talk endlessly about her obsession with the Kennedy's, why "Dazed and Confused" is one of the best movies ever made, and the chokehold Amy Winehouse's music has on her. You could find her at a museum, flea market, or bookstore.
Abigail is a sophomore from Los Angeles studying the History of Art at Yale. She is passionate about using art to delve into different cultures and religions. When she’s not geeking out at a museum, reading poetry, or learning new languages, she’s probably studying opera or oil painting.
Chela Simón-Trench (she/they)
Social Chair and Reviewer/Interviewer
Chela is a first-year majoring in History of Art. She loves installations that interact with their surrounding land and considers the journey to artworks part of the emotion a piece elicits. She is also fascinated by how contemporary artists around the globe maintain authentic creative voices under sometimes crushing external pressures. Chela speaks Mandarin, Spanish, and is training to be a tea master.
Tina, or Ms. Tiny as her Zoom art class calls her, is a senior from Nicaragua. Majoring in History of Art, she is interested in Surrealism and Latin American art. Currently on a gap year, she is learning how to cook, drive, and do other adult things like making Tik Toks.
Alex is a first-year from Louisiana who plans on studying History of Science, Medicine, & Public Health at Yale and following the pre-med track. She enjoys learning about the interconnectedness of science and art and is particularly passionate about human rights issues. In her very limited free time, Alex enjoys reading Russian classics, learning new languages (currently Chinese and Korean), and cramming as much useless information into her brain as possible.