Here’s Injustice Watch’s class of interns for summer 2017.
Mari Cohen graduated from the University of Chicago in June with a degree in History and English. She has served as education editor and the director of writer development at the South Side Weekly, and has worked as the Public Newsroom coordinator at City Bureau.
Rachel Frazin is a rising junior studying journalism and political science at Northwestern University. She also serves as a managing editor for student publication North by Northwestern.
Ashley Hackett is a rising junior majoring in journalism and minoring in legal studies and Spanish at Northwestern University. She served as the Editor in Chief of Spoon Magazine in 2016-2017 and currently contributes to North by Northwestern as a politics writer.
Jake Kleinbaum is a rising fourth-year at the University of Chicago, where he is pursuing a degree in Political Science.
David North David North studies philosophy at the University of Chicago. His main interests are action, virtue ethics, and super/non-human morality. He regularly contributes to The Chicago Shady Dealer under an undisclosed pseudonym.
Ivan Ost is a rising third year student at the University of Chicago. He studies political science and creative writing and has written for campus publications the Chicago Maroon and the Gate.
Claire Ren is a rising third year majoring in public policy studies at the University of Chicago.
Olivia Stovicek graduated from the University of Chicago in June with a bachelor’s degree in biological chemistry and chemistry. She is currently the deputy editor at the South Side Weekly and has previously served as managing editor, director of fact-checking, and theater & film editor.
Adam Thorp is an undergraduate studying history at the University of Chicago. He is editor-in-chief at the Chicago Maroon, the university’s student newspaper. Before taking that position, he was a reporter and new editor at the Maroon, and an editor and writer for the South Side Weekly. Last summer he fact-checked the presidential campaign as a reporting intern at PolitiFact.