Annie Furuyama, Editor in Chief
Annie is a senior and American Studies concentrator from Los Angeles. She likes thinking about race, gender, and sexuality in media and imagining a world without prisons.
Kristine Mar, Submissions and Editing Manager
Kristine is a fourth-year student at Brown University and on the internet @_kristinemar.
Devanshi Nishar, Web Lead
Devanshi loves the hills of norcal, Rupi Kaur’s poetry, and naps in the sun.
Kidest is a junior studying Health & Human Biology and Africana Studies. Her favorite pastimes include drinking an unhealthy amount of Earl Grey tea and creating the perfect Spotify playlists.
Sebastian Castro Niculescu
Maryam is a junior concentrating in Ethnic Studies and Health and Human Biology. She is an Aquarius and her favorite food is hot sauce.
Alyxandra Todich’ii’ni Lawson
blake was a cat but became a human b/c he wanted to Eat More Snacks. he’s the literary editor and studies comparative literature/literary arts. his rising, sun, and moon signs are all pisces.
Osun is interested in exploring the many intersections between blackness, queerness, gender, and sometimes religion. She can usually be found stanning for black women, writing, watching copious amounts of TV, and cooking.
Jessica is a first-year who’s just trying to stay hydrated, keep up with her readings, and learn how to live with ghosts. She’s a Libra/Scorpio cusp from Washington state and can be found dreaming of the Pacific Northwest and noodle soups of all kinds.
Donia is an Iranian American first year from Los Angeles. When she’s not working on bluestockings’ annual magazine, she’s lying on the floor or inhaling fruits.
Sofia Robledo Rower
Sofia Robledo Rower is a white latina from Brooklyn, NY, who studies Ethnic and Africana Studies at Brown. Mercury in Libra, rising Aries, sun Libra, moon Taurus. Catch me in my house watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta #teamkenya
Born in the Philippines and raised in Singapore, Katrina is a Third World space cadet in her first year at Brown. She is energized by the possibility of thoughtful, intersectional art. She knitted the hat she’s wearing.