Sciences Political Review was created in September 2020 as a partnership between the student publications of the regional Sciences Po campuses of Menton, Nancy, Le Havre, and Reims.
CUPERTINO, CA, UNITED STATES
Editor-in-Chief of Le Zadig,
Campus de MENTON
Born and raised in the Silicon Valley, I have always had a strong passion for journalism, politics, and international relations, which gave me the idea to create Sciences Po Political Review. I am a 2nd-year student in the Mediterranean-Middle East campus in Menton majoring in Economy and Society and am part of the dual BA program with the University of British Columbia.
Editor-in-Chief of Der Parvenu,
Campus de NANCY
Half-French and half-German, I am a 2nd-year student in the Franco-German campus in Nancy majoring in Politics and Government. I love to write and I’m interested in politics and art. Creating this publication was important to me because it is an opportunity to develop a reflection about the world through different regional point of views.
SRINAGAR, JAMMU AND KASHMIR, INDIA
Editor-in-Chief (Anglophone) of Le Dragon Déchaîné,
Campus du HAVRE
I am currently a 2nd-year student in the Euro-Asian campus in Le Havre majoring in Politics and Government. I come from the valley of Kashmir and I am passionate about food, travel, and writing.
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO
Editor-in-Chief (Anglophone) of The Sundial Press,
Campus de REIMS
Originally from Mexico, I am also French and American. I am a 2nd-year student majoring in Political Humanities on the Reims campus with the Euro-North American (Euram) regional focus, and am part of the dual BA program with the University of British Columbia.
Editor-in-Chief (Francophone) of Le Dragon Déchaîné,
Campus du HAVRE
Born in Málaga, Spain and brought up in a French lycée, I studied science in high school before entering Sciences Po. I am currently a 2nd-year student majoring in Politics and Government in the Euro-Asian campus in Le Havre, and I like sports (mostly athletics and volleyball), reading, and debating.