Editor and Writer
Class of 2023
Public Relations Representative, Spring 2021
Sanjana is a rising junior majoring in Biology with a specialization in Neuroscience and a minor in Music. She aspires to lead a neurological research team to develop drugs for neurodegenerative disorders such as epilepsy, ALS, and Parkinson’s. She is also on the E-Board of Stony Brook’s Neuroscience Axis club. Her main interests involve women’s reproductive rights, racial justice, and other related issues. In her free time she enjoys singing, playing the ukulele, and playing board games with friends.
by Cassandra Skolnick and Sanjana Sankaran, December 16, 2020 To conduct this collaboration, the authors participated in a coin flip. Cassandra lost the coin flip and has been entrusted to debate in favor of the Electoral College. Sanjana, the winner of the coin flip, has been entrusted to debate in favor of Ranked Choice Voting.…
by Sanjana Sankaran, October 18, 2020 In early September, news broke out about a whistleblower, Dawn Wooten, who alleged ‘medical neglect’ of ICE detainees and shined a light on the occurrence of unwanted mass hysterectomies. Wooten was a nurse who worked at one of the detention centers in Georgia. She claimed that the care received…