Tulia Day was born in Philadelphia and spent her childhood in San Francisco and Ireland, waiting to sleep until the cows came home. Tulia Day is not her legal name. Tulia is a junior, studying creative writing and art. She is also the poetry editor of red weather.
Adam Evertz '17 is a comparative literature major born in Vienna, Austria and raised in Torrington, CT. On campus he is co-head editor of red weather. His favortie content is Moby Dick and Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Orthodox Calvinism.
Mariah Walzer '17 is from Hesperia, MI. She is double majoring in archaeology and creative writing, she also enjoys dancing with Tropical Sol. She is currently working on a creative writing thesis in poetry with the theme of home and away, exploring the themes of home, travel, and the ways in which travel changes us.
Daiyan Hossain '18 is majoring in literature with a concentration in women's studies. Born in Bronx, NY, they now reside in Queens. At Hamilton, Daiyan works as a student ambassador at the Days-Massolo Center, is the current Education Chair for Rainbow Alliance, a representative for Write Back @ You, as well as a newly appointed member of the prose board for Red Weather. After graduation, Daiyan hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in English literature, becoming a published author while teaching at the collegiate level.
A psychology major and creative writing minor from Syracuse, Anna Do '18 is a member of HEAT hip hop dance group, Red Weather, and Gamma Xi. She ventured to Nicaragua during spring break 2015 as a Hamilton Global Volunteer, and plans to study abroad in Denmark and Vietnam during her junior year. Anna enjoys playing guitar, writing poetry, and exploring the outdoors. One day she hopes to adopt a puppy.
DK Lee '17 is from Seoul, South Korea. He has produced and published works in photography, social media, graphic art, and instructional technology. He has worked as a freelance photographer for the Hamilton Communications Office and produced photographs focusing on life on the hill. This is DK’s first photography exhibition to the public.
The Molten Glass Memory Archive Project is led by Penelope Gay Dane. Dr. Penelope Gay Dane is an award winning scholar, writer, poet, and activist. Her work can be found online on Autostraddle.com, the Gender & Society blog, thestreet.com, and in the International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, and the anthology This Assignment is So Gay, LGBTIQ Poets on the Art of Teaching and in the forthcoming Sense Publications series Imagination and Praxis: Criticality and Creativity in Education and Educational Research.