Editor in Chief, Campus of NANCY
Leïla is French and also speaks English and German. Philosophy and History are her subjects of choice, which brings her to mostly target social movements in her papers and to plan on becoming an academic researcher. She is mobilized in feminist associations at the Nancy Campus, and gladly attends Gender Studies classes between two Volleyball training. You will feel her in her element while mixing techno music at her coloc’s party.
Head of Strategy, Campus of LE HAVRE
Rhea loves chalking plans and thinking way too ahead which is probably why she’s heading strategy. She is currently studying Economics and Sociology at the Le Havre campus and can debate long hours on South Asian Politics or history. She loves to write and has also written several articles on various social science themes. You will probably find her walking around faster than normal people and always, with a coffee. She can speak Hindi and English fluently, hold a decently long conversation in Mandarin and claims to know French but will say “je ne parle pas beaucoup français” when you try to converse with her in French.
Head of Content, Campus of MENTON
Barbara is a Political Humanities major at the Menton campus. She loves writing and thinks it’s the best way to raise important issues and make sense of today’s World. Her other passions include reading, baking, and debating about international politics. She speaks Polish, English, French, Russian, and is trying very hard to learn Arabic.
Head of Marketing, Campus of PARIS
Marie is from Paris Campus, she loves philosophy and history. She is also greatly concerned about all discriminations and environmental issues, that is why she easily get involved into associations and spread messages about what matters to her by writing, debating, creating contents. That could be a reason why she is head of Marketing. When you bump into her, she is usually carrying a lot of books and her Ipad to draw on it and edit videos.
Head of Partnerships, Campus of DIJON
She is currently studying Politics and Government at Dijon campus. She is a reader and film buff, and enjoys debating French, European and international politics, society and environment. She loves writing articles. Not a day goes by without news and coffee. She is fluent in French, hold a decently long conversation in Italian and English is ‘improving’.