People






Ben Berger
Editor and Staff Writer

Ben is an undergraduate in Cell and Molecular Biology. When not in the lab or participating in student groups, he enjoys hiking, basketball, fratting, and running. Ben became interested in The Sponge because he felt that his literary side was being deprived in the hard sciences, and he wishes to maintain an open channel of communication and expression between the ill-defined “sciences” and “humanities.”





Lane Mulvey
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus


Lane is an undergraduate seeking a BA in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry. She enjoys designing new experiments in her lab, playing roller derby, and running The Sponge





Nicholas Nolta
Founder & Editor-in-Chief Emeritus

Nick is a bioengineering grad student who has been involved with The Sponge since its inception in 2010.
 





Wallis Scholl

Editor and Staff Writer

Wallis is an undergraduate chemistry student. She will read almost anything, has been skydiving despite her fear of heights, and loves animals of any kind. 





Steffan H Sowards

Editor and Staff Writer

Steffan is an Honors student in pursuit of a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a Minor in Chemistry. He is a running, hiking, cycling, and outdoors enthusiast.
 







Jack Veverka
Co-editor in Chief

Jack is a sophomore, majoring in Biomedical Engineering and English.  He is really into skiing, playing piano, writing fiction, his cat, and Cormac McCarthy.
 
 


Michael Young

Staff Writer

Michael is a junior in the bioengineering program interested in medical device design. His hobbies include reading, hiking, using Oxford commas, and making lame, grammar-based jokes. 
 



Kacey Davis

Co-editor in Chief

Kacey is an undergrad in cell biology with an unusual affinity for the color purple. You can usually find her talking about cone snail venom or hiking around our gorgeous mountains. She plans on becoming a professor and she loves bringing science and art together.
 
 




Adam Felt
Editor and Staff Writer

Adam is a first-year computer science and biology student. He has a strong passion for piano and Raspberry Pi computers.



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