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
Chloe was raised mostly in NYC, but was born in London and grew up partly in Brussels. She spent the last five years at Queen’s University (in Kingston, Ontario, not Queens, NY), where she majored in history, minored in Jewish studies, and spent her first year in rural England. She got into the reporting game late, but once she wrote her first article for The Queen’s Journal, she was hooked. She spent 2014-15 as The Journal’s news editor and interned at the Kingston Whig-Standard in 2014. When she’s not talking or writing about Jewish issues, she’s taking photos of anything and everything.
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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.