Ean Tam


Writer and Editor

Class of 2023

Ean is a junior 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.


Following Our Digital Footsteps

by Ean Tam, May 19, 2021 On January 21st, 2020, the United States reported its first case of COVID-19 in Washington state. Over the course of a year, offices emptied, schools closed, and normal life disappeared. By April 2021, over 553,000 Americans had passed away due to the pandemic. Now, as vaccine shots continue to…

Should We Embrace Race in the Workplace and School?

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,…

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