Patricia Sibal, Online
Patricia is a fourth year student double majoring in International Development and Political Science. She is especially interested in Canadian politics, peace and conflict studies, and developing areas. In the few hours of the week she isn’t working on MJPS, she can be found taking long naps (some might even call them short sleeps) and eating her way through Montreal’s best restaurants. Find her on Twitter @trishsibal and LinkedIn here. Patricia can be reached by email at email@example.com
Frankie Wallace, Print
Frankie is a fourth-year student pursuing a degree in Honours Political Science. Her areas of interest are the international political economy, and counter-terrorism applications within international relations. Frankie always has a few economist articles up on her lap top and rewatches episodes of Suits more often than she’d like to admit. Find her on LinkedIn here. You can reach Frankie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ryanne Lau, Managing Editor
Ryanne is a third year student studying Honours English Literature and Political Science. She is primarily interested in feminist political theory and Quebec politics. She is currently writing her thesis on gender and class in 19th century American short fiction, with an emphasis on Henry James and Edith Wharton. In her free time, she likes to eat excessively instead of doing her readings. She can be found on Twitter @lau_ryanne or LinkedIn here.
Catharina O’Donnell, Canadian Politics
Catharina is a third year student studying honours political science and sociology. She is primarily interested in party behaviour and social policy. Follow Kat on Twitter at @catkat_odonnell.
Will Keefe, Comparative Politics
Will is a fourth year student in Honours Political Science and Philosophy. He is particularly interested in European politics and International Relations. In his free time, he likes to exercise, explore Montreal, and glare at people who talk in McLennan.
Sophia Rafuse, Comparative Politics
Sophia R. is a second year student studying honours political science with a minor in gender, sexuality, feminist and social justice studies. She is primarily interested in politics of the developing world, particularly East Africa and Central America. In Sophia’s free time, she likes to bixi around, play the tambourine and read Wikipedia. Find her on LinkedIn here!
Sophia Dilworth, Political Theory
Sophia D. is a third year student studying political science and economics. She is primarily interested in European politics, U.S. Constitutionalism, and international justice. In her free time, she tends to get lost in the YouTube rabbit hole (and play guitar). Find Sophia on LinkedIn here.
Srijan Shukla, International Relations
Srijan is in his final year at McGill studying Political Science and Economics, with special focus in International Relations, International Political Economy, and South Asian Politics. In his free time, he likes to watch movies from across the world and eat desserts.
Chanel MacDiarmid, Staff Writer
Chanel is a second-year student studying Political Science, with minors in Communications and Indigenous Studies. She is primarily interested in environmental issues, indigenous rights, democracy, and Canadian foreign policy. She is a fan of matcha lattes, the outdoors, and afternoon naps.
Katherine Cuplinskas, Staff Writer
Katherine is a fourth year student majoring in Political Science and History. She has a particular soft spot for Indigenous-Crown relations, and anything related to the constitution. In her free time, she laments the fact that she was not alive during the constitutional negotiations of the 1980s or 1990s. Find Katherine on Twitter here.
Gabe Bleyer, Staff Writer
Gabe is a third year student studying Political Science and Sociology. He is primarily interested in Ontario politics and issues facing organized labour. In his spare time he can be found barbecuing and cheering for losing sports teams. Follow Gabe on twitter @gabebley
Nikita Tafazoli, Staff Writer
Nikita is a third year student studying Honours Political Science and Philosophy. She is primarily interested in Canadian and American constitutionalism with an emphasis on Charter cases in the context of Canadian politics. In her free time, she likes to travel and learn more about fashion and art. Nikita is a Montrealer! Find her travelling the world and criticizing all of its political systems – or on LinkedIn here.
Sophia Kamps, Staff Writer
Sophia K is a second year student studying political science and art history. She is primarily interested in American and European politics, and is particularly passionate about when culture and politics intersect. In her free time, Sophia likes to stress bake, watch bad movies, and care for her plants.
Chris Cadogan, Staff Writer
Chris is a second year student studying Political Science and International Development. He is primarily interested in Middle Eastern politics and the American justice system. In his free time, he can be found chugging iced coffee and sporadically napping. Find him on Linkedin here!
Julia Nguyen, Staff Writer
Julia is a third year student pursuing an honours degree in Political Science with a major in Economics. She has a particular interest in the Asia-Pacific region, focusing on political and economic integration. Julia is an avid stationery collector and aspiring polyglot. Find her on LinkedIn here!
Kabir Gupta, Staff Writer
Kabir is a second year student from Boston, studying Political Science and History. He is primarily interested in American politics, policy, and constitutional issues, as well as Asian politics and foreign policy. In his free time he binge watches Netflix, eats Chipotle, plays tennis, and reads the news. Find him on LinkedIn here.
Ciprian Constantinescu, Staff Writer
Ciprian is a third-year exchange student coming from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po Paris). He was involved in the high school student movement in Romania and is passionate about public policy debates in Eastern Europe. He is interested in constitutional and international law, international and regional politics, as well as urban planning policies, among others.
Jane Warren, Staff Writer
Jane is a second year student studying Political Science with a minor in French. She is primarily interested in how various paradigms of political thought intersect with current topics in Canadian politics. In her free time, Jane can be found cooking, quoting The Office, and running. Find her on LinkedIn here.
Jeanne Mayrand-Thibert, Staff Writer
Jeanne is a third year student studying political science and sociology. She is particularly interested in political and social theory. She also focuses on migrant rights and on the different political vectors and consequences of neoliberal transformation. In her free time, she likes to be productive and apply for internships.
Helia Mokhber, Staff Writer
Helia is a second year student, pursuing a degree in Honours Political Science with a minor in Psychology. She is mostly interested in Political Theory and Middle East politics. In Helia’s limited but well used free time, she likes to binge watch House of Cards and Grey’s Anatomy. Helia also enjoys watching horror movies and recreating Buzzfeed Tasty videos, although they are not always successful.
Zaheed Kara, Staff Writer
Zaheed is a U3 Student studying Honours Political science and Sociology. He is primarily interested in world governance and global ethics. In Zaheed’s free time, he likes to sing, play a quick game of volleyball, and ponder the ethics of pineapple-topped pizza. Find Zaheed on Twitter at @zaheed_kara09, on LinkeIn here.
Evelyne Goulet, Staff Writer
Evelyne is a second year student pursuing a degree in Joint Honours Political Science and History. She is particularly interested in American politics, having lived on and off in United States for the past few years. In her free time, she likes to rewatch Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir’s iconic Moulin Rouge performance and obsess over Ruth Bader Ginsburg. For her hot takes on anything political, follow her on Twitter at @evelynegoulet.
Erin McDonald, Staff Writer
Erin M is a third year student studying Political Science and African Studies. This being her second year writing for the mjps, her articles have come to shown her interest in developing states and international relations across the globe, but primarily in Africa. In her free time, she can be found at Icehouse enjoying Montreal’s best TexMex or looking at pictures of her parent’s dog.
Will Hanna, Staff Writer
Will Hanna is a U2 Honours Economics student, pursuing a minor in Political Science. His main focuses include European politics, economic inequality and moral philosophy. In his free time Will likes to cook big meals for friends, get outside into nature and get down to groovy beats on the dancefloor.
Erin Wen, Staff Writer
Erin is a third year student studying Honours Geography with minors in Environment and Anthropology. Since she doesn’t study political science, she is particularly interested in how politics is embedded in everything. In her free time, she likes to cook for friends, dance, and go to concerts. Find her on LinkedIn here.
Christophe Bull, Staff Writer
Christophe is a second year student studying Honours Political Science with a minor in International Development Studies. He is primarily interested in International Relations, more specifically International Political Economy and the European Union. In his free time, he likes to perfect his German and locate the countries of Eastern Europe.
Jillian Giberson, Staff Writer
Jillian is a second year student studying political science and international development. She is primarily interested in international relationsand American politics. In her free time, Jillian likes to read, re-watch The Office, and explore the city of Montreal! Find Jillian on LinkedIn here.
Mika Weissenberger, Staff Writer
Mika is a third year student studying Political Science and History. He is primarily interested in International Relations, with focus on the European Union and Russia. In his spare time, he can be found complaining about the German national team’s performance. Find him on LinkedIn here!
Omar is a fourth year student studying Political Science and Economics. He is primarily interested in International Relations and state behaviour. In his free time, he likes to indulge in a comically large mug of hot chocolate.
Eric Krol, VP Academic
Eric is in his final year of Joint Honours Political Science and History, with specific focus in International Relations and World History. Eric is originally from Mississauga, but considers Cafe Campus his second home. He encourages all political science students and members of the McGill community to say hi when they see him around McGill, or dancing at Cafe Campus.