Online Science Editor – Sira Charbel
When she’s not tasked with explaining that no, Lebanon is not in Beirut, and no, Sainsbury’s doesn’t make “authentic” hummus, Sira is a Maths student and the Online Science Editor at Exeposé. She’s got one aim: Make Science Diverse Again (MSDA for short). She can be found in the library between 10 pm and 5 am, while mumbling in French about a tutorial sheet, or getting a coffee from Prêt in between crying seshs about Groups, Rings, Fields and other mathematical objects. Alternatively, she will surely be found in Harrison, home of the science nerds. Special talents include juggling (not limited to responsibilities) and playing guitar.
Print Science Editor – Scarlett Parr-Reid
If I’m not writing or editing articles for the paper, you’ll find me with my head in a book, enjoying walks in the Devon countryside or watching films.
I came to Exeposé at the start of 2018, as a novice. I’d found great pleasure in researching for and writing pieces and so joined the committee to advance my editing skills as Science Print Editor.
Now, I’ve updated my hobbies to include resident Exeposé office DJ, a true testament to the number of hours that will show up on my Spotify wrapped this year.
Written word is a legacy, because, as Yuval Noah Harari once wrote, “questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question”.
Print Science Editor – Elinor Jones
Shock horror, Elinor is a ‘scientist’, and is rarely seen outside her natural habitat of St Luke’s, although rumour has it she frequents Timepiece on a more-than-necessary basis. When she’s not musing over her incredibly poor life decisions at said club, she’s often crying about how hard her Medical Sciences degree is whilst signing up to do a masters and phd, telling everyone how she was once a World Championship rower or complaining the Cavern’s Indie Night isn’t ‘indie’ enough. Easily persuaded with the promise of free food, coffee and dogs.