President and Founder of the Cornell REVIVAL Chapter
Isa is a double English and feminist, gender, and sexuality studies major from Seattle, WA. When she isn’t running, reading, or working with REVIVAL, you can find her scouting out local coffee shops. Her go-to order is an extra dry cappuccino.
Margaret is a junior pursuing a double major in government and English. Outside of REVIVAL, she is co-chair of the Arts & Sciences Dean’s Student Advisory Council, works with the PRICE Initiative, and is a research assistant for the Gender and Security Sector Lab. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and nature photography.
Maria is an English major and a double comparative literature and inequality studies minor from Indiana. Apart from REVIVAL, Maria is a pole vaulter on the track & field team and leader for FCA. She is a lover of all things literature and life (+ coffee, of course).
Hanna is a junior from Kansas City studying English and psychology. In addition to serving as senior editor for REVIVAL, she is a member of Cornell’s Dance Team and a tutor at the writing center. Her favorite activities include reading, writing, and dancing!
Nara is a freshman from New York City studying communication. Outside of REVIVAL, she’s a Cornell Tradition Fellow and loves to volunteer for a variety of organizations. In her free time, she enjoys reading sci-fi, bingeing unnecessarily long Netflix shows, and watching musicals.
Valentina is a junior government major with minors in inequality studies and French. She’s a McNair Scholar and an undergraduate research assistant for the COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Immigrant Groups Project at Cornell. In her free time, she enjoys watching travel vlogs, getting coffee with friends and going on nature walks.
Alice is a junior at Cornell University pursuing an undergraduate degree in government. She is interested in intersectional feminist and LGBTQ+ advocacy, economic inequality, and public policy. She is the treasurer of Triphammer Cooperative and serves as an advocate for Justice for Migrant Families.