SEB: Humanities Board

The Humanities Editorial Board reads and reviews humanities submissions and helps decide what is published. Contact Jasmine Wong for questions.

SEB Humanities Chair


Jasmine is a senior from Muncie, Indiana studying English and Human-Centered Computing. Her other passions include cats, puns, and Oxford commas.

Josh is senior majoring in Creative Writing, Political Science, and Gender Studies. He would like to write novels for a living, but he’s a realist. If he’s smiling in his photo, then it’s the grim, resigned smile of a man trying to push down a stone wall with only his hands.

Kaitlynn is a sophomore from Columbus, IN, majoring in Spanish and English. She has worked on research in literature and is currently pursuing an interest in disability studies. In addition to serving on the Humanities Board of IUJUR, she writes for the Indiana Daily Student and performs with Grupo de Teatro VIDA, a Spanish-language theatre group on campus.

Madeline is a sophomore from Fort Wayne, Indiana, majoring in Comparative Literature and English with minors in French and Psychology. She loves running, listening to podcasts, reading, and writing. Besides editing for IUJUR, Maddy writes a weekly opinion column for the Indiana Daily Student and is a member of Indiana University's Independent Council for Women. 

Matthew is a Junior in Spanish & English from Indianapolis, IN. Matthew’s interests are wide-ranging. This is his second year with IUJUR, and he is also a brother of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity as well as a writer for the Hoosier Flipside.

Rohini is a sophomore who is studying Art History and Biology, two things she is very passionate about. She is a trained Indian Classical Dancer and has been dancing for thirteen years. She loves reading, Harry Potter, and musical theatre. Aside from IUJUR, she is involved in Timmy Global Health and the Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity.

Tiffany is a freshman at IU studying biology and English from Carmel, Indiana. She is also involved with TEDxIndianaUniversity and serves as a prose reader for The Adroit Journal. She joined IUJUR because she wants to think critically about the world.