Meet Our Founder


Sophia Garbarino

President, Editor-in-Chief, and Writer, 2020-2022

Class of 2022

After recognizing a gap in undergraduate resources for humanities and social sciences students, Sophia decided to change that. In July 2020, she was awarded a $300 grant from Stony Brook University’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) department to fund Brooklogue. Brooklogue now provides a platform for undergraduate students to voice their opinions and share their works within the humanities and social sciences field, read by audiences around the world.

Sophia is a senior double majoring in Sociology and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies (WGSS) with a WGSS specialization in Gender, Sexuality & Public Health. She is also pursuing a minor in Health, Medicine, and Society. Her primary interests lie at the intersection of education, sociocultural studies, and reproductive health. She currently serves as the Undergraduate Student Government‘s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Affairs, along with being a peer educator with the CPO Green Team. She was formerly a University Scholars Fellow, research assistant at The Laboratory for Clinical Affective Neuroscience, and teaching assistant for the WGSS and Sociology departments. In the future, she hopes to attend graduate school for women’s public health with a focus on health equity and social justice. In her free time, Sophia enjoys playing ukulele, cooking, and doing crossword puzzles.


The Labor of Delivering Gender: A Case Study in Integrating Gender and Sexuality Studies into Medical Education at Stony Brook University

by Sophia Garbarino, March 3, 2022 Abstract This essay examines maternal healthcare practitioners’ perspectives about and experiences with incorporating sex- and gender-based medicine (SGBM) into healthcare training at Stony Brook University, a leading medical institute in the United States. SGBM refers to the style of clinical practice that accounts for the ways in which biological…

The Bees, the Queens, and the Wealth of Wall Street: A Sociological Analysis of WallStreetBets’ GameStop Phenomenon in January 2021

by Sophia Garbarino, August 30, 2021 Introduction They swarmed, racing towards the deepest abyss of the hive. At the heart lay the queen, helplessly defenseless and stuck in the combs of her own making. Her workers, revolting against the monarchy with newfound passion and invigorating spirit, pushed past her and into the forbidden fortress of…


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