The Green Print was founded as a Cook Campus community newspaper back in the 1970's. Today, we are a SEBS magazine which provides a creative space for students to explore the environment around them through writing, design and photography.
Green Print remains a culmination of the voices and hearts of its writers and photographers. Above all, that indeed is the core of what we stand for: authenticity in the expression of thoughts, stories and ideas.
Who We Are
Padma Samhita Vadapalli is a Biotechnology major with a concentration in Bioinformatics, and a Biochemistry minor. She loves animals, old books, and rain. She spends most of her free time playing the guitar, and writing poetry. She once took a Buzzfeed quiz, and found that if she were a Pokemon, she would be Mewtwo.
Samara Mowla is an Animal Science major on the pre-vet track. Her goals in the future include traveling around the world and opening up her own veterinarian practice specializing in felines. She has a cat named Kanye and lives on a farm. During her free time she enjoys riding horses, watching Netflix, hiking, and going to concerts. As a Jersey native she also strives to solve ocean pollution problems. #SaveTheTurtles
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.
Ilina Jambhekar is a Biotechnology major with minors in Biochemistry and Statistics. She loves stuffed animals, nature, puppies and chocolate. Her free time is spent painting, writing, star gazing and reading murder mysteries. Her dream is to visit and walk across every possible beach in this world.
Staff Writers and Photographers
Wamia Siddiqui s a Public Health and Biological Sciences major, and is passionate about human rights. 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.
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.
Anjali Madgula is an English Major minoring in Creative Writing and Environmental Policy. She loves writing about the strange awkward clumsy things that happen to her (or that she sometimes brings upon herself). One day she hopes to turn writing into a career while also contributing to the environmental movement. For now, she likes trying to learn hip hop dancing, watching A Very Potter Musical over and over again, and calling her parents when bored on Rutgers buses.
Jeremy Lewan is a Sophomore Meteorology Major in the Honors College. He is a member of the Alliance for Climate Education Youth Action Network (ACE), participates in climate marches, and is a staunch proponent of reducing single-use plastic waste. He enjoys traveling and adventuring on total solar eclipse chases. In addition to traveling, he enjoys going to concerts, bike riding, hiking, geocaching, swimming, photography, and videography.
Marine Lebrun is an exchange student from Sciences Po Paris. She is a junior majoring in History and Economics. She loves to travel, enjoys reading, and is keen on cinema and museums. She loves discovering the world surrounding her and is committed to the protection of the environment.
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”.
Subhodeep Chakrabarty is a Senior majoring in Political Science and Organizational Leadership. He is very ambitious, and currently works as an intern for the New Jersey Legislator. He has previously written for collegiate newspapers such as The Aquinas at Scranton, and The Observer at Rutgers Newark. He enjoys DJ-ing and singing. His weaknesses include deciding on which food to eat, and finding true love (haha). In the future, he hopes to be known for creating a difference, and believes that one must “be the change you want to see in the world”.