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Ean is a sophomore majoring in Biology and minoring in Professional Writing. His interests lie in public health and racial and cultural issues. He is a member of the University Scholars Program and Stony Brook Pre-Med Society. He has written for the Stony Brook Young Investigators Review and serves as an University Scholars PAL for first-year students. In his free time, Ean enjoys working at his local volunteer ambulance, biking, and following politics and current events.
by Ean Tam, January 16, 2021 ***FALL 2020 CONTEST SUBMISSION*** As a student of the New York City public education system, I have always been in a diverse environment. For instance, my elementary and middle schools had an annual Multicultural Day Fair. The younger students performed traditional dances from different cultures, while the older students…
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and E.B. White: Controlling the Narrative with the Confidence of Their Readers
by Ean Tam, January 3, 2021 ***FALL 2020 CONTEST WINNER*** At first glance, it may seem odd to compare Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and E.B. White. Other than spending their childhoods in Westchester County, New York, what else do they have in common? Ocasio-Cortez is a current United States congresswoman, representing New York’s 14th district. For many,…