EDUARDEduard Saakashvili ’17, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Eduard is a film and media studies/physics major from Tbilisi, Georgia. His Willets single is probably too small, but he would like to point out that one of the walls is a giant window. Sometimes, he checks out the latest New Yorker from McCabe, reads half an article, and returns it two days late. His position mostly entails listening to the “Longform” podcast and paraphrasing its advice to The Daily Gazette’s writers.

Brandon Torres ’18, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Brandon is a prospective double-major in English/Education and Japanese, with hopeful plans to eventually share his passion for these subjects with both high school and middle school students.  Though he dreams of publishing a novel one day, he spends a considerable amount of his time fantasizing about being a novelist rather than well, actually writing.

Matt Chaffinch ’18, Contributing Editor
Matt is a sophomore from Delaware who enjoys both eating and sleeping. He has no prospective major, and doesn’t know what a sophomore plan is. He is the News Editor of The Daily Gazette.

Anna Garner ’19, Co-Arts & Features EditorANNA
Anna Garner is a freshman from Mercer, Pennsylvania and works as the Assistant Opinions Editor for The Daily Gazette. She is a member of the Kitao Galley board and works as a tour guide for admissions. Anna is a potential English literature/ political science double major. She loves watching CNN. Her favorite band is Mumford and Sons and favorite film is Blue Valentine. She joined The Daily Gazette because she has always had a love of news, writing, and politics. Anna had never previously worked for a newspaper.

Sona Kumar ’17, Longform Editor
Sona is a junior from Charlotte, North Carolina. She majors in Psychology, which according to her brother she talks about too much and for too long. In her free time, she enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and reading longform pieces on almost any subject. When she’s at home, she likes to catch up on reality TV and play with her cat, Max (you will definitely not regret asking her to see pictures of him!).

NAOMINaomi Caldwell ’19, Co-Arts & Features Editor
Naomi Caldwell is a first year from Woodbridge, Connecticut. She is the assistant editor for the Arts & Features section and is also a board member of the Kitao Gallery. Naomi enjoys going into Philadelphia for concerts, coffee and museums — she is currently in love with the work of Alice Neel. Naomi is considering a major in Art History coupled with Economics and Spanish. One Hundred Years of Solitude is by far her favorite book, and although John Irving’s The World According to Garp is a close second.  Naomi started writing for The Daily Gazette to help promote a stronger arts scene on campus, especially as concerns student artists.

Abhinav is a prospective Honors History major, with a possible Film Studies minor. He has lived in numerous countries around the globe and considers himself from everywhere and nowhere at the same time. He is a restless traveler trying to find someplace to stop. He loves creativity in all its forms, and he particularly enjoys writing, photography, and filmmaking. He can’t decide what his favorite books or films are as they usually change on the hour of the day, but his favorite comic series are The Adventures of Tintin. In his spare time, he loves munching potato chips, coining silly gibberish words, and searching for a pen that can double as a lightsaber.

KYUNGKyungchan Min ’18, Video Editor
Kyungchan is a prospective double major in Anthropology and Film & Media Studies. He also works with a podcast series pcast1 while pursuing photography. He proudly calls Memphis, TN his hometown and preaches the excellence of Memphis barbecue, the best barbecue in the world.

Isaac Lee ’18, Consulting Editor
Isaac Lee is the Co-Editor in Chief of the Daily Gazette. He is a prospective economics and political science major. He is a Singaporean who grew up in Hong Kong. In America he discovered the wonders of Netflix and Uber. Other than devoting his time to The Daily Gazette, he is probably reading The Atlantic and the Wall Street Journal, or skim-reading the hundreds of pages assigned to typical Swatties.

Keton Kakkar ‘19, Webmaster
Keton is a prospective English and CompSci double major from Sands Point, New York. He enjoys running, backpacking, and laughing to himself. When he’s not fixing bugs in the site, he can probably be found perusing Medium articles or poorly juggling Starbursts.

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