Sophia is a rising junior at Princeton, majoring in politics and pursuing certificates in journalism and gender studies.
She caught the journalism bug two years ago reporting on New Jersey's Guatemalan immigrant community for a class assignment and has since covered an array of issues including renewable energy, business, and human rights.
She serves as Vice President of the University Press Club, an organization of Princeton undergraduates who write professionally for local, regional, and national publications. Previously, she interned at the Barrons and the Business TOPICS Magazine, and her work has appeared in the Trenton Times and the Princeton Alumni Weekly among other publications.
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