The Green Print was founded as a SEBS community newspaper back in the 70's. Today, we're back online (and better than ever)!
Green Print is written by students for students. From events at Rutgers to international issues, we write it all. We write what we want for people who want to read it...
and print mostly online because that's as green as it gets.
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Who We Are
Andrew Cumming is an Environmental Science major. His interests include playing video games
(namely FIFA and Pokemon), learning about science and other topics, spending time with friends, and wasting his life binge-watching television shows. If he could choose one television universe
to live in, it would probably be Avatar: The Last Airbender, but only under the assumption that he could bend an element.
Joshua Morales, a servant of Jesus Christ, is a first generation college student. His major is Environmental Science and he loves the color green. His hobbies include fishing, cutting grass, and playing soccer. Habla español, and he enjoys writing about the plight of people in less developed countries.
Alex Lobo attends the Mason Gross School of the Arts with a concentration in Design and Printmaking. Previously, she attended the Fashion Institute of Technology where she received a degree in Illustration along with a minor in English. She has always had an immense passion for all things eco-friendly and hopes to continue to use her design skills for social and environmental good. She is an avid biker, world traveler, concert attendee, podcast listener, zero-waste aspirer, and dad hat wearer. Aside from art making, Alex spends the majority of her time watching vegan recipe videos and living every day as if she was on an episode of Chopped.
Megan Yuen is a Nutritional Sciences major with a minor in Environmental and Business Economics. She is from Maryland, so you can automatically assume she's into seafood and talking about how great the Maryland flag is. Megan likes to eat good food and explore New Jersey hot spots to discover cool things to do with her friends. One of the things that Megan finds most frustrating in life is watching a movie while laying down and wearing glasses.
Wamia Siddiqui is a Biotechnology major and a Health and Society minor. She loves science and especially teaching it to little kids. Her hobbies are obsessively reading the news, driving on empty roads, looking up movies on Wikipedia, and getting a good night's sleep. In her free time, she likes to watch Black Mirror episodes and then engage in satirical commentary on the Internet. One day, she hopes to take a road trip from coast to coast across the USA.
Allison Almeda-Ahmadi is a Biology Major with a Nutrition minor. She loves to travel, and her favorite aspect of exploring new places is trying the local flavors. Allison is a huge foodie, and her #1 weakness is dessert. Her hobbies include weightlifting, boxing with the Rocky soundtrack in the background, and watching Anime and vine compilations after finishing homework. One day, Allison would like to create her own travel and food blog
Dilara Karahan is a freshman who loves being active, listening to music and watching vine compilations. She is currently an undecided major but is considering a career in either STEM or Law. Dilara is a huge advocate of human rights and social change. Her goal is to work hard and start a non-profit organization for the underprivileged. As a wise friend once said to her, “Let's grab this sourdough”.
Henry Velasquez is a Biotechnology major with minors in Biochemistry and Biology. He is a member of the Helyar House (that cool mysterious dorm all the way down College Farm Road) and he absolutely loves being there with all his heart! Henry is a fan of flightless birds, like ostriches and penguins, because they inspire him to be unique. He loves to make people smile, and when Henry graduates, he wants to be a Genetic Engineer and cure lots of diseases.
Tess Osborne is an English major minoring in French and Environmental Policy. In her free time, she likes to doodle or write poems while listening to angsty indie music. One day, Tess wants to write her own books and graphic novels while also having a fulfilling job in the environmental field that pays enough so that she can go to a Whole Foods and buy those fancy cakes without feeling guilty.