Processed with VSCO with c1 presetSu Min (Linda) Lee ’21 — President 

Linda Lee is a sophomore in Eliot House studying neurobiology. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, she is passionate about creative writing, biology, and Asian American literature. Linda is also involved in The Harvard Crimson and Korean Association. In her free time, she enjoys dancing with the Asian American Dance Troupe, blogging, tutoring online, and exploring new restaurants.



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Dhweeja Dasarathy ’21 — President 

Dhweeja Dasarathy is a sophomore in Adams House studying molecular and cellular biology. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and therefore, has acclimated nicely to Boston’s winters. Dhweeja is involved with Harvard Dharma and the Harvard Health Policy Review on campus and enjoys dancing, trying new vegetarian foods, and watching new TV shows in her free time.




20180713_004205_1533871873177Ben Rhee ’21 — Finance Chair

Ben Rhee is a sophomore in Leverett House concentrating in integrative biology. He hails from Long Island, NY where he grew up eating great bagels and preparing to be the ultimate pre-med. On campus, Ben spends his time researching at the Ragon Institute, playing violin for the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra, and convincing people to drink safely as a DAPA. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming, hanging out with friends, and going to the i-Lab for free Mello Yello.



Alisha Yi

Alisha Yi ’22 — Editing Chair

Alisha Yi is a freshman in Mower Hall, planning to concentrate in History of Science and/or Neurobiology.  As a Las Vegas native, she is beyond thrilled to experience the East Coast’s seasons for the first time, particularly autumn. In her free time, she can be found binge-watching shows with her friends, fawning over used-book stores, or exploring Boston’s art museums.  





Stacy Jo ’21 — Social Chair

Stacy Jo is a sophomore in Quincy House, studying Human Evolutionary Biology with a secondary in Music. Hailing across the sea from Seoul, South Korea, catch her taking classes at Berklee as part of the Harvard-Berklee dual degree program, or performing with the Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones and 21 Colorful Crimson. On campus, you’ll find her either rapidly going through p-sets in her favorite campus spot near Widener steps, grabbing a large order of Felipe’s nachos, or watching all-time classic films with friends back at Quincy.



Evelyn Wong ’21 — Tech Chair

Evelyn Wong is a sophomore in Quincy House studying Neurobiology and Romance Languages & Literature. Hailing from East Los Angeles, California, she hopes to pursue neuro-oncologic research with a focus on serving marginalized global communities. Aside from academics, she is passionate about Camp Kesem and Jóvenes por la Paz. She loves playing guitar, basketball, and long-distance running (and devouring just about anything, from elotes to ice cream).