About: Who are We

Welcome to the Sundial Press!

Named after the sundial at the heart of campus, we represent the campus press service for the Euro-American campus of Sciences Po, based in Reims.

We bring you the latest from aspects of campus life and world affairs, work with the Sundial Broadcasting team to generate new and unique content.

We release a fortnightly printed bulletin with themed content in both French and English, our yearly print release issue, our Sundial TV features, as well as regular website content. Stay tuned for more!

Follow our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get regular updates.

Now, time to introduce the team: we make up a combination of First years, second years and exchange students working to bring the campus news to life through photography, a monthly printed bulletin, a dynamic website and a yearly magazine.

Multinational, multilingual and multi political, we’re excited to be able to bring you more than one side of the story, and not always the one you’d expect. Bringing you a variety of different opinions, we stay true to our name and purpose: to guide.

OUR TEAM

MEGAN EVERSHED: ENGLISH CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF

Interests include Leonardo DiCaprio circa 1996, milkshakes, and writing the occasional article. Find her in the library reading the New York Times, or in the Carrefour biscuit aisle. More likely the biscuit aisle.

 

SARAH TOSCA LEVY: FRENCH CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Franco Hispano-american student, and Chinese in my heart (you can’t deny that dumplings are the best thing ever). Fond of psychedelic paintings and music,”social drama” movies, singing Jazz songs and writing articles that would (possibly) make people consider hackneyed topics from a fresh viewpoint.

 

MARINE CARBONNEL: CREATIVE DIRECTOR

I speak French and English but drawing is the language I prefer. I find it easier to translate my thoughts through sketches rather than words.

 

 

JEAN BAILET: REPORTER

Wandering aramean, especially around footlocker ;  interested in philosophy, french rap and about Jean Dujardin’s next comedy.

 

NATHAN BERTOT: ILLUSTRATOR

Moi c’est Nathan Bertot, le mec que t’as plus de chances de croiser au bar qu’à la bibli, qui a découvert qu’à Sciences po, être original ce n’est plus de passer son temps à dessiner mais venir de Rouen ou encore être euram B2, alias moi !

 

CASSANDRA BETTS: REPORTER

2nd year Canadian student who promises that she has much more interesting things to write about than herself.

 

CONSTANCE BROWN: PHOTOGRAPHER

“Not a genius.”

 

MADDIE COVINO: REPORTER

Passionate about writing, more passionate about French bread. Preferred topics of conversation include office comedies, U.S. politics, and a fear of NYC pigeons.

 

MAXIME CRENER: REPORTER

 

LUKA DE SILVA: REPORTER

Compulsively passionate by history, sport, actuality and many other stuffs, I will try to convince you that nothing is uninteresting.

 

GAELLE FOURNIER: REPORTER

Corsica lover, eager traveller and crepes-addict. You can find me on a stage or playing badminton, not forgetting my breathtaking voice in the shower ( unforgettable experience, in my roommate we trust ). Passionate wannabe journalist reporter, I proudly represent Noisy-le-Roi.

 

GABRIELE GIORDANENGO: REPORTER

Si je pouvais choisir quoi être, je choisirais d’être une petite lumière, car dans la vie on a besoin d’une lumière beaucoup plus de ce que l’on pense. Je suis joyeux, créatif, curieux de découvrir le monde et désirieux d’une sule chose: voire les gens sourire, car finalement c’est ça qui réellement compte. Dernière caractéristique: je suis follement amoureux du mot “bisous” à la fin des conversations.

 

FLORIANE GRAIGNIC: REPORTER 

Parisian, photojournalism lover and future war reporter hoping that you’ll enjoy her articles in the Sundial.

 

EMMA JEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER 

Curious, stubborn but also and most importantly a travelling soul, I’ll try to transmit and make you feel Reims’ vibrations through my photos!

ALEXANDRA JUNGE: REPORTER

Buy me chocolate, give me caffeine in any form, and laugh at my jokes: one day I’ll rule the world, and trust me; you’ll want to be on my good side.

 

LUKAS KISIELIUS: REPORTER 

 

LAETITIA LAALI: REPORTER

Austrian-Iranian student growing up in Paris, my main skills include failing pasta, revising with red wine and getting lost in streets I am suppose to know very well. I also enjoy French poetry (include more red wine to read Victor Hugo), history and radio broadcasts.

 

QUENTIN LAMBERT: LOGISTICS 

In charge of relations with the outside world (aka Reims city). Also tracking down French grammar mistakes since 97.

 

NASTASSIA MAES: REPORTER 

Luxembourger, French and Russian, I’ll show you what hailing from both one of the smallest and one of the largest countries in the world does to a person. Love books, dancing, nature, travelling and anything international. Tell-tale signs: view-blocking hair and laughter.

 

LISE MOUTIER: REPORTER 

Literary addict with a memory deficit.

 

ANTON MUKHAMEDOV: REPORTER

Reporter who writes his articles on a product of capitalist society, but still enjoys calling himself an anti-capitalist; will occasionally miss a deadline due to sleep deprivation and then almost certainly justify this using the word “alienation”.

 

MARK NARUSOV: REPORTER

Foreign policy focused interventionist hawk. Adore kittens.

 

JIMMY QUINN: REPORTER

New Yorker, Japanese-American, prolific tweeter not so prolifically followed. Help him out at @realjimmyquinn (not to be mistaken for the fake Jimmy Quinn).

 

ANJEOLA SALAMI: REPORTER

Anjeola here, I am a fashion lover from Nigeria, studying in Toronto, exchanging in Reims. I live for hyperbole and Chris Evan’s butt pics. Also happen to have a passion for writing, graphic design and overreacting.

 

MINA SOLUJIC: REPORTER

 

GAËLLE VANDEPORTAELE: REPORTER 

 

JESSIE WILLIAMS: REPORTER

An English exchange student usually studying journalism in London. Obsessions include; stripes, chocolate, art, and reading the Guardian. Wants to be Joan Didion when she grows up. Will most likely say something about the weather.

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