The Features team is responsible for providing in-depth coverage or analysis of various student issues, organizations, activities and people in the Puget Sound community. All material contained in the Features section seeks to be informative, thought-provoking, creative and interesting. If you would like to contact the Features section editor, send mail to: email@example.com.
The Trail Features Desk Staff
Brianna Bolton, Features Editor, from Roseville, Calif., a small metropolitan suburb of Sacramento, is a Science, Technology, and Society major with an emphasis in Bioethics and two minors in African-American Studies and Business. Some of her favorite side projects are painting, designing and making clothing, and currently writing a short science-fiction story about a viral outbreak on a college campus.
Madison Bowden, Copy Editor, from Colorado Springs, Colo., is a Psychology major with a minor in Humanities. She has been involved in student journalism for more than five years. As a hobby, Madison does watercolor painting, photography and plays violin.
Sofia Britto Schwartz is a Business Leadership Major with planned minors in French and English. She has two years of Creative Writing experience and currently writes the bimonthly column “Staff to Students.” She also participates in RDG and Bluesion on campus and uses the dancing skills she develops there to dance sporadically in her room Aretha Franklin and Amy Winehouse.
Rosa Brandt, from Northern California, is a Natural Science-Biology major and EPDM minor. Having written mainly creative pieces in the past, she is excited to be writing for a newspaper for the first time! In her spare hours she likes spending time in nature, reading, adventuring, and hanging out in the Slater Museum.
Ada Smith is a sophomore who is currently double majoring in IPE and Japanese. When she isn’t in class or pretending to study, Ada enjoys taking advantage of all the events going on around campus and writing letters home.
Anacristina Somarriba from San Francisco, Calif. is a Business Leadership Program and a French Language and international affairs double major. This is her first year working on The Trail but she is very excited to be a part of the organization. In her free time Anacristina enjoys reading, watching the SF Giants win World Championships and dancing.
Tori Klein, from Yakima,Wa., is an Exercise Science major. This is her first year writing for a newspaper. Tori runs for the cross-country and track team and loves kittens and long moonlit walks on the beach.