New Voices has been proudly run by the young and inexperienced for over 40 years. Our editor in chief is always a recent college graduate, while the rest of the writing, editing, janitorial work, etc. is done entirely by college students.
Editor in Chief, New Voices
Executive Director, Jewish Student Press Service
Sara graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in History and a minor in Religious Studies. She was an opinion columnist for The Daily Californian, UC Berkeley’s student paper, with a focus on progressive religious identity and Orthodox Jewish life on campus. She reported for Religion News Service and wrote on Jewish news and culture for J. Weekly, Tikkun Daily, and The Tempest. Her hobbies include coffee, travel, feminist rants, spontaneous Yiddish-isms, and more coffee.
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Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Amram has since been transplanted to Manhattan’s Upper West Side, where he is a rising junior in a joint undergraduate program with the Jewish Theological Seminary and Columbia University. He survives on a questionable (but delicious) mixture of kale, caffeine, niggunim, P!nk, and books on Jewish History.
Josh Weiss is a senior at Drexel University in Philadelphia, studying Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. As a die-hard lover of pop culture, he loves reading and writing about movies, superheroes, hardboiled noir mysteries, and alternate histories. As a lover of music, he collects vinyl and listens to the music of a bygone era. He’s also thinking of picking up the ukulele.
Nicole Zelniker is a rising senior at Guilford College. She is an English major from New York and the rising editor-in-chief of her college newspaper, The Guilfordian. Her hobbies include journalism, activism, and re-reading Harry Potter.