Ethan Borsh is a sophomore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a Mathematics and Economics major with a minor in Education. His main academic strengths are planning and scheduling. Ethan is involved in Fencing Club, ARGO, Allegheny E-sports, and Dimensions here at Allegheny. Outside of the classroom setting, he enjoys Dungeons & Dragons, Magic the Gathering, and fencing.
Autumn Stoneking is a senior from Marianna, Pennsylvania. Autumn is a Community and Justice Studies major with a minor in Political Science. Autumn’s main academic strengths include reading academic articles, obtaining key points in readings, and knowing when to reach out for help academically or otherwise. On campus, Autumn can be found helping out at WARC Radio. Autumn’s other interests include political organizing, reading, and listening to true crime podcasts.
Jahmaya Adamson is a junior from further east in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Jahmaya is a Community and Justice Studies major with a double minor in Education and Psychology. Jahmaya’s academic strengths are writing essays, learning how to read effectively, taking notes, and studying skills. Jahmaya is very involved on campus as Vice President of Zeta Phi Sorority, co-President of Black Girl Magic, co-event coordinator for Associations of Caribbean Students, and supervisor for Allegheny College Recreation. Jahmaya also enjoys writing poetry and spending time with friends.
Zach Fry is a sophomore from Leechburg, Pennsylvania. He is a Biology major with a double minor in Spanish and Chemistry. Zach’s academic strengths are creating study plans, making more manageable task lists, biology, spanish, chemistry and some math. On campus, Zach is involved in Phi Delta Theta, Pre-Health Club, and the AERO Club. He is also interested in martial arts, watching football, and anything medicine related.
Abby Hardin is a junior from Lexington, Kentucky. She is a Biology major and Psychology minor whose academic strengths include planning, scheduling, time management, effective note taking, and communicating with professors. Abby is involved in the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Tri Beta (Biology Honors Society), Students for Environmental Action, and Clay Club. She also enjoys hiking, painting, listening to music, and reading.
Makell Logan is a sophomore from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a Computer Science major and a Creative Writing & Art, Science, and Innovation minor. His academic strengths include coding (Python mainly), creative thinking, reflecting, storytelling, planning/structuring, organizing, and having a flexible mindset. On campus, He is involved in Ultimate Frisbee, Aikido, African Student Association, Black Girl Magic, and the Men of Color Advancement Association. He also enjoys writing fantasy stories, playing video games, developing video games, reading fictional works, and watching anime.