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Thursday, June 13, 2024

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Kelsey McCabe

Kelsey McCabe '26

Kelsey McCabe is a sophomore from Royal Palm Beach, Florida, majoring in global studies and journalism. She became interested in journalism and politics after taking an environmental policy course in high school and began writing for The Collegian during her first semester at UR. When she’s not outside on a long trail run or reading a book in the sun, Kelsey spends her time taking afternoon naps and hand-curating the world’s best Spotify playlists.

Managing Editor


Son Tran '25

Son Tran is a junior from Hanoi, Vietnam. He is currently pursuing a double major in accounting and economics and a minor in journalism. He loves watching (almost) any sports, cooking and traveling the world. In his free time, Son enjoys listening to the radio, reading magazines and planning for his next school break. He started writing for The Collegian because of his passion for helping others stay informed and highlighting unique people and stories at UR that go unnoticed.

Copy Chief


Andrea Padilla '26

Andrea Padilla is a sophomore double majoring in journalism and political science. She grew up in Seaford, Delaware. Andrea has always loved politics, advocacy and writing and thought that journalism was the perfect major that combined all three. When she is not writing and editing for The Collegian, you can find her in the pool with the synchronized swimming team, playing cards with her friends or on the stage with UR's theater department.

News Editor


Caitlin McCormack '25

Caitlin McCormack is a junior double majoring in journalism and global studies with a concentration in culture and communication. She's from Wilton, Connecticut, but prefers to spend her time in New York visiting friends when she can. On campus, Caitlin works at the Journalism Department, Center for Student Involvement, and most recently here at The Collegian! She enjoys exploring new places, trying new foods and finding new pins for her collection.

Features Editor


Mary Margaret Clouse '25

Mary Margaret Clouse is a junior majoring in journalism and English from Huntington, West Virginia. As a native of Appalachia, she has maintained a lifelong interest in all aspects of storytelling. She fell in love with journalism in her first semester at Richmond and is very excited to serve as the features editor this year. On campus, Mary Margaret also works as a tour guide, is a poetry editor for UR’s literary magazine, The Messenger, and competes on the mock trial team.

Opinions & Columns Editor


Reeve Boeckmann '25

Reeve Boeckmann is a junior from Darien, Connecticut. She is a journalism and rhetoric and communication studies double major with a minor in English. When not working on stories, she loves to run, read and spend time with her friends. She first became interested in journalism after starting a column in her local magazine in high school and enjoys spending her time now editing for The Collegian and building her portfolio. 

Sports Editor


Jimmy James '25

Jimmy James is a junior from Hagerstown, Maryland, double majoring in journalism and leadership studies. When not attending sports games or writing articles, Jimmy is an office intern and tour guide for the Office of Admissions, is a journalism department student worker, is a supervisor in the student call center and is the president of the oldest a cappella group on campus, the Richmond Octāves. Jimmy has a passion for sports, especially Spider basketball, and he loves interviewing and working with people. In the future, he hopes to go into broadcasting and create his own podcast for The Collegian soon.

City & State Editor


Ava Humphries '27

Ava Humphries is a first-year intending to major in journalism and minor in women, gender and sexuality studies. She grew up in Huntersville, North Carolina, but recently moved to Corning, New York with her family. Ava is a first-generation student and a member of will, a social justice program on campus. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, thrifting and re-watching her favorite show, "Gilmore Girls."

Lifestyle Editor


Emma Galgano '27

Emma Galgano is a first-year pursuing a double major in economics and Italian from South Salem, New York. She delved into journalism as the editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper, and now she is excited to carry on that passion as the lifestyle editor. In her free time, Emma enjoys listening to music (especially Taylor Swift), watching football with friends and baking.

Investigative Editor


Amy Jablonski '25

Amy is a junior double majoring in biology and journalism. She grew up in Virginia at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. On campus, Amy works at Parsons Music Library and is the vice president of operations for Alpha Sigma Kappa, UR’s sorority for women and gender minorities in STEM. In her free time, Amy enjoys going to concerts, reading, thrift shopping, and finding new brunch spots with friends. She has a passion for science writing and hopes to make the science world more accessible to readers through journalism.

International Editor


Rosalie Hinke '26

Rosalie Hinke is a sophomore journalism major from Nashville, Tennessee. After taking News Writing and Reporting in her first semester at UR, she immediately knew journalism was the right major for her. She works in the Boatwright Memorial Library and does statistics for UR athletics. She is also in the Delta Delta Delta sorority and the a cappella group Choeur du Roi. Rosalie enjoys reading, running and knitting in her spare time.

Notes from the Margins Editor


Jasmine Wilson '26

Jasmine Wilson is a sophomore majoring in journalism and leadership studies. She hails from Ellicott City, Maryland and first became interested in journalism when she took a copy editing class in high school. Ever since, she has been inspired to use journalism as a catalyst for social change. Outside of journalism, Jasmine loves to crochet and has an extreme passion for music.

Business Manager 


Edward Ganulzii '25

Edward is a junior pursuing a major business administration with concentrations in finance and management consulting and a minor in music. Aside from his academic pursuits, he is the president of the UR Anime Society and enjoys playing guitar and gaming in his free time. He’s looking forward to leveraging his business acumen for The Collegian.

Multimedia Editor


Gareth Woo '26

Gareth Woo is a sophomore who still is undecided about his major. He’s an international student hailing from Malaysia. Outside of The Collegian, he manages front of house at the Modlin Center for the Arts, is a tour guide, and is a speech consultant. He is also the vice president of public relations of SpiderBoard, the social chair of UR Players, and just joined the a cappella group Off the Cuff. His love for meeting new people and sharing their stories pushed him to pursue journalism through its multiple formats, although he has a particular interest in broadcasting/multimedia.

Visual Editor


Frank Gu '26

Frank is a sophomore from Wuxi, China, majoring in film and minoring in journalism. He began taking street photos and producing videos at a young age and feels that journalism holds an important role in his everyday life.

Newsletter & Social Media Co-Managers


Helen Mei '26

Helen Mei is a sophomore planning to double major in psychology and rhetoric and communication studies with a minor in film studies. She joined The Collegian because she loves the spirit and the working environment of an independent, student-run newspaper. She has a great interest in media marketing, photography, and has recently been exploring videography. Helen grew up in Shanghai, China, and enjoys watching/making/reading anything aesthetic in her free time. Her go-to boba order is jasmine/oolong milk tea, and an unhealthily large cup of iced latte would never fail her.


Annabelle Zong '26

Annabelle Zong is a sophomore double majoring in rhetoric and communication studies and business administration with a concentration in Marketing. She’s an international student from Shanghai, China. She enjoys music (especially Taylor!!!) and photography in her spare time. Besides working for The Collegian as a graphic designer and a social media manager, she is also one of the members of UR Players, and has participated in several mainstage productions at UR. On campus, she works at The Cellar as a Dining Services student worker.

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