Konstantinos Doxiadis - Editor
I’m a third-year philosophy undergraduate at Cambridge interested in philosophy of language and formal logic, with an emphasis on the relation between formal and natural languages.
Vasiliki Poula - Editor
I am a second-year Law student at LSE, where I am mostly interested in constitutional reform and the impact of the uncodified constitution on the judicial interpretation of statutes.
Konstantis Alexopoulos - Photography Editor
I’m an ocean science and marine conservation student at the University of Plymouth, with a passion for traveling and visual storytelling.
Theoni Androulidaki - Arts Editor
The more technical and practical mindset offered by my studies of Management at the University of Bath, as well as my evolving and lively engagement in the field of Arts, and especially of Visual Arts, have nurtured within me a passion to create and communicate new ideas and thoughts.
Kimon & Myrtias - Poetry Editors
We are Kimon and Myrtias, or sometimes, Myrtias and Kimon, spawn of Cavafy, and revered guardians of the fictional writer’s guild.
Design and Management
Georgina Castagneto - Resident Artist
Eponine Howarth - Events & Communications Director
I’m a second year law student at LSE, with already three years of politics and international relations under my belt.
I’m called Eszter and the task of rendering anything to this name seems like a sabotage – it’d have the well-known divine ambitions of creating a self.
I’m a second year Maths and Computer Science student in Oxford, with main interests in algebra, mathematical logic, and computability theory.
I move about my circles in an area of the American Midwest- the hills and unglaciated valleys of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.
Isabel Hernández-Gil Crespo
I’m a second-year philosophy student at Cambridge, originally from Madrid.
After a disappointing year of law, I now study Human, Social, and Political Sciences at Cambridge.
As a first-year Music student at Cambridge, I’d like my writings to convey to you the intense wonder, appreciation, and even transcendence I feel in relation to composition and music appreciation.
I have been playing the piano for as long as I can remember, on the Bösendorfer grand of our living-room. For many years, I would only play in a classical manner, until I started challenging myself to play pieces whose music sheets I could not find.
I usually spend Saturday evenings at the Millennium Bridge with a guitar, seeking generosity for my poetic pursuits.
I am a first-year undergraduate reading English at Hughes Hall.
I grew up in Sweden and read philosophy. My interests include history, especially European history from the Middle Ages to Early Modern times, and Swedish literature.
I’m in my second year at Cambridge, studying math after many years of mathematical olympiads in Hungary and the US.