Vineeta Abraham


Writer and Editor

Class of 2023

Vineeta is a junior majoring in Psychology with a minor in Creative Writing. In the future, she hopes to attend medical school to become a pediatrician. Vineeta is an extrovert who loves meeting new people and taking an active role on campus. She is a Resident Assistant, Forever Fellow in the University Scholars program, a research assistant in the STAR psychology lab, and Vice President of the Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. In her free time, Vineeta enjoys listening to music, singing, learning about self care, spending time with friends, and writing.


You Can Sit With Us, But You Shouldn’t Have To: The Hidden Benefits of Social Cliques

by Vineeta Abraham, May 9, 2021 Many adults with yearbooks filled with high school “horror stories” will claim they  originated from the rigid, harsh social structure they had to adhere to, complete with bullies,  queen bees, and their select array of victims. This myth is the reason behind many administrative efforts to integrate students in…

COVID-19: A Different Type of Health Concern

by Vineeta Abraham, September 7, 2020 Unprecedented. Over the past few months, we’ve heard this word used in almost every conversation or speech, and rightly so; COVID-19, coronavirus, the pandemic — however it is referred to, the mere idea of the event that took the country, and the world, by storm could have never been…


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