Anoosh is interested in international political economy, identity politics, and “north-south” connections. He supports indigenous sovereignty movements and is currently figuring out how he can position himself to (productively) join the struggle for collective change. Anoosh enjoys playing the guitar and is always looking for others to jam with.
Leanna graduated from McMaster’s Arts and Science program in the spring of 2012, completing a combined honours degree in Political Science and a minor in French. She is currently working with both government and opposition Members of Provincial Parliament through the non-partisan Ontario Legislative Internship Programme. In her spare time, Leanna loves biking, cooking and [...]
Leah Geber loves sitting down to a meal with loved ones after a long day of hard work. She also loves being outside, exploring the world, testing boundaries and is constantly amazed by the power of stories to connect us and create change.
Mérédyth’s life-long interest in inequality has been shaped by her undergraduate studies in International Development and subsequent trips to Sub-Saharan Africa. Her travels in Rwanda and Liberia, in particular, have spurred her interest in armed conflict and societal reconstruction. When not travelling to new places, there is nowhere she’d rather be than at her cottage [...]