Ayesha Azeem

she/her/hers

President, Editor, and Writer

Class of 2023

Ayesha is a senior Psychology major with minors in English Literature and International Studies on the pre-medical track. She is hoping to go to medical school and become a physician, while also pursuing public health. Other than Brooklogue, Ayesha is a University Scholar, a research assistant at the Laboratory for Clinical Affective Neuroscience, and a tutor at the Writing Center. In her free time, she loves to read, write and paint.


Publications

From Criminals to Celebrities: How Women’s Fascination with Serial Killers Reflects Their Perception of Romance

by Ayesha Azeem, March 25, 2022 People have always been interested in learning about influential people’s lives — through both gossip and the media. Whether we’re learning about Jennifer Aniston’s new fling, Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy, or Harry Styles’s secret vacation, we often interest ourselves with other people’s lifestyles, namely celebrities, because we feel as if…

Can Lying Ever Be Justified?

by Ayesha Azeem, October 29, 2021 As the famous philosopher Immanuel Kant once asserted, “there is nothing it is possible to think of anywhere in the world, or indeed anything at all outside it, that can be held to be good without limitation, excepting only a good will” (Kant 9). Kantianism focuses on motives rather…

Mean Girls and Boys That Don’t Cry

by Ayesha Azeem, February 27, 2021 Whether we want to believe it or not, stereotypes control our conscious and subconscious thoughts, influencing our actions and behaviors towards society. As Leslie Scrivener’s article “The Cult of the Mean Girl” highlights, our perceived ideologies about how women behave toward each other influence our behavior in practice. Because…

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