Jonathan Lin ’13
Jonathan Lin is a senior in the East Asian Studies department who is interested in contemporary China and Taiwan, especially questions regarding culture and identity. He enjoys thinking about life, reading and writing, and having intellectual discussions with people. Jonathan is also Prose Editor in the Nassau Literary Review.
Gitanjali Gnanadesikan ’14
Gitanjali Gnanadesikan, known to most as just Gita, is a junior in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department, with a focus on behavioral genetics. She enjoys discussing and thinking critically about not only biology and religion, but also anything that anyone is willing to have a thoughtful conversation with her about. She likes editing mostly because she takes pleasure in playing with both ideas and words. She is also a singer in and a vice-president of the Princeton University Chapel Choir.
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Ming-Yee Tsang ’15
Ming-Yee is a sophomore in the Physics department, primarily interested in theory. He enjoys programming, reading up on research in psychology and biology, contemplating the connection between theology and science (or even math!), and of course, doing physics. A graphic design hobbyist, he also manages several different websites.
Pranav Bethala ’16
Pranav Bethala is a freshman who plans to concentrate in philosophy and pursue a certificate in applied mathematics. His main academic interest is philosophy done in the analytic style, with a particular focus on the fields of philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, and ethics. Aside from philosophy, he also enjoys weightlifting, sprinting, and biking.
Jessica Zou ’16
Jessica Zou is a freshman hoping to concentrate in the Woodrow Wilson School. She would like to become an attorney in the future and is especially interested in how much religion and personal beliefs should matter in criminal justice. She will gladly discuss anything with you, but food, golden retrievers, and 20th century American novels are by far her favorite topics. Jessica is also an undergraduate fellow in the Law and Public Affairs program.
George Jian ’16
George Jian is a freshman from Shanghai and California who enjoys basketball, long talks, and potatoes. He’d like to explore the role of education in society, the nature of language, and the presence of Christianity in secular literature. In his free time, George listens to smooth jazz.
Ben Koons ’15
Ben Koons is a sophomore planning to major in either philosophy or classics. He enjoys classical languages, discussing issues of sexual ethics, and reading about and discussing controversies between Protestants and Catholics. Ben is a member of Princeton Evangelical Fellowship, an Outdoor Action leader, and the vice-president of the Anscombe Society.
Enoch Kuo ’13
Enoch Kuo is a senior in the Religion Department who is interested in philosophy (especially questions of epistemology), theology, and anything remotely close to being related to either. He hopes to be able to put his love for learning and philosophizing towards helping conservative Christians better relate to the academy. Having previously served as Revisions editor-in-chief last year, Enoch is currently President of Manna Christian Fellowship. He is also a member of the interfaith Religious Life Council and has sung in Princeton’s one and only Christian a cappella group, Kindred Spirit.
Alice Su ’13
Alice Su is a senior in the Woodrow Wilson School. Her interests include China, the Middle East, religion and state relations, journalism and photography. She calls Shanghai home, but has also lived in Hong Kong, Taiwan and California. On campus, she also serves in Manna Christian Fellowship, dances with Naacho, and writes for the University Press Club. If you bring her sushi, she will be your friend.
Toni Alimi ’13
Toni Alimi is a senior in the Religion Department who is interested in the intersection of Philosophy and Religion, particularly in the areas of Politics, Ethics, and Aesthetics.
Kristen J. Kim ’16
Kristen J. Kim is a freshman undecided about her major, but interested primarily in psychology, politics, and history. She enjoys reading, skiing, debating, and playing the piano. With a love for creative writing, she is also involved in the Nassau Literary Review.
Adam Gallagher ’16
Adam Gallagher is a freshman hoping to study either ORFE or COS. Although he was born in Wisconsin, he has lived a significant amount of his life overseas in Papua New Guinea, where his parents work as missionaries. Aside from studying, he maintains an active interest in music and Linux.
Gabriela Kustner ’13
Gabriela Kustner is a senior in the English department and a candidate for a certificate in German Language and Literature. Her favorite works were written for the most part in 19th century England, with the notable exception of the novels of Dostoevsky. Her love of reading drew her to the English department, and likely accounts for her current position as editor for Revisions. She loves to talk about beauty, truth, and love (though not quite in the Moulin Rouge sense). She will also enter into fierce debates about English Premier League soccer with anyone who is willing.