Benjamin Collinger is a sophomore majoring in International Studies and History, and is the Executive Director of The Contemporary. Benjamin is also a program assistant at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Vice President of Trinity Diversity Connection. He is interested in international affairs, national security law, and entrepreneurship. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and listening to podcasts. Feel free to read his blog, follow him on Twitter @bcstlsa, or email him: email@example.com.
Zabdi Salazar is a sophomore Political Science and Business Administration major, as well as the Director of Business Operations of The Contemporary. Zabdi is also the Treasurer of the Trinity University debate team, the Vice President of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, and a McNair scholar. She has recently finished an internship opportunity at the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, and she is interested in exploring many other legislative and law-related internships. In her free time, Zabdi enjoys helping her parents grow their small businesses in Austin, going to church, reading, and eating chocolate ice cream. Email Zabdi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karina Mendez-Perez is a sophomore Neuroscience major and the Social Media Manager of The Contemporary. Karina is a member of the Trinity University Debate team, Chemistry club, McNairs scholars program, and Vice President of the Trinity University Forensic Society. She enjoys traveling and exploring new places, loves to take photos of flowers, and has a knack for making art stencils. In her free time, Karina plays with her dogs, Nala and Dragon, enjoys running, and eating unique foods. Email Karina: email@example.com
Andy Acevedo is a junior Art History and Communication major and the Creative Director of The Contemporary.
Ian Dill is a first year Environmental Studies major, a member of the debate team, and an Assistant Editor of The Contemporary.
Ansh Khullar is a first-year Economics and Political Science double major, a member of the debate team, and an Assistant Editor of The Contemporary.
Josephine Van Houten is a first year International Studies and Computer Science double major, and an Assistant Editor of The Contemporary. She is the PR chair of the International Humanitarian Crisis Initiative, and in her free time she enjoys dancing and traveling.
Silas Strawn is a first year Engineering-Computer Science double major at Trinity University and is a Digital Director of The Contemporary. Since Fall 2016, Silas has been the Secretary of both Trinity’s Academic Honor Council and Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Madelyn Gaharan is a first year Environmental Science and Studio Art double major and an Illustrator for The Contemporary. Madelyn is actively involved with the Trinity Bee Alliance and with an internship creating a sustainable food initiative on campus. She is a passionate vegan and loves yoga, bugs, and kayaking.
Daniel Matthewson is a computer science and economics double major at Trinity University. He is a Digital Director of The Contemporary. Originally from Seattle, he enjoys the Texan sun, web development, and the occasional late night taco.
Monica G. Baez is a first year Urban Studies/Political Science double major and Spanish minor at Trinity University, and the Director of Outreach for The Contemporary. She loves dogs, naps, and finding ways to get involved with the community.
Sol Ethan Courtman is a first year student at Trinity University and the Assistant Business Manager at The Contemporary. He is double majoring in Theoretical Economics and Environmental Studies with a focus in Public Policy. In his free time, he enjoys reading, playing tennis, and paddleboarding.