Chris Burke, Editor-in-Chief. (University of Waterloo)
Chris is in his final year in the Environment and Business co-op program at the University of Waterloo. Currently, he is involved in a project focusing on the issue of conflict mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This work is being done under the advisement of a professor of Waterloo’s School of Environment, Enterprise and Development. Chris hopes to pursue a career in journalism, using his studies and work experiences to bring the impact of environmental issues on the business world to the forefront of public discussion.
Alex Ripley, Editor-in-Chief. (University of Toronto, Trinity College)
Alex is in his fourth year of study at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. He is studying Political Science and History. Alex’s academic interests include intergovernmental and interregional relations, North American security, naval history and strategy, and the study of frontier investment markets. Alex is a photographer, skier, runner, and organist. He is interested in pursuing a career in foreign service, Naval service, or investment banking. Ultimately, he hopes to make a difference through a career in elected office.
Alexandra Savilo, Editor-in-Chief. (University of Toronto, Trinity College)
Alexandra is in her fourth year of study at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. She is studying International Relations and French as a Second Language. Her academic interests include foreign policy, art history, and constitutional law. Alexandra is involved in extracurriculars around the university. She is on the executive board of the European Studies Student Association, the Romanian Students Club and works for the Munk School of Global Affairs. Alexandra hopes to pursue law school for a judicial or ambassadorial career.
Clement Nocos, Editor (Webmaster); Social Media. (University of Toronto, Innis College.)
Clem is a recent graduate from Innis College at the University of Toronto with an Honours BA w/ distinction, majoring in Political Science and History along with a minor in Sociology. His academic interests include German politics, Canadian political culture, comparative political economy, 19th century Germany, the history of nationalism, as well as Asia-Pacific history and geopolitics. He is incessantly watching CPAC, Al Jazeera, and the CBC, even when nothing new happens, and would like to pursue a career as a political spin doctor.