Membership

The Society’s membership consists of undergraduate students (Junior Members) and graduate students (Special Members, designated by *) in any of the university’s 12 schools. Members who meet Philo’s criteria for graduation become Senior Members upon the completion of their time at the university. This page also notes which members of Philo currently hold positions on the Cabinet.

Officers of the 532nd Cabinet

Moderator (moderator@philomathean.org)
Jacob Khan Sterling C’17 (Biochemistry, Neurobiology)
First Censor (firstcensor@philomathean.org)
Andrew Alexeevich Bortvin C’17 (Neurobiology)
Second Censor (secondcensor@philomathean.org)
Jason Tangson C’16-17 (Linguistics, Computer Science)
Scriba (scribo@philomathean.org)
Peter Patrick Cooney III, Lord of Sealand W’16-17 (Decision Processes)
Recorder (recorder@philomathean.org)
Nicholas Todd Joyner C’19 (English, Communication)
Treasurer (treasurer@philomathean.org)
Kathleen Zhou W’17 (Statistics)
Librarian (librarian@philomathean.org)
Ramathi Bandaranayake C’18 (Philosophy & Science; English)
Archivist (archivist@philomathean.org)
Syra Oritz-Blanes C’17 (History, Creative Writing)
Annual Oration Director (aodirector@philomathean.org)
Michael Louis Freeman, C’17 (Classical Studies, Ancient History)

Members in Good Standing

Ramathi Bandaranayake C’18 (Philosophy & Science; English)
Julia Bell C’19 (English and Environmental Studies)
Andrew Alexeevich Bortvin C’17 (Neurobiology)
Brittany Brown C’17 (History)
Dylan White Brown E’18 (Computer Science, Cognitive Science)
William Cao CW’17 (PPE – Politics, Philosophy, & Economics; Operations & Information Management)
Joseph Noam Coffey C’17 (Linguistics, Cognitive Science)
Jeremy Todd Cohen C’17 (Classical Studies)
*Shaanan Cohney SEAS’20 (Security Engineering)
Kieona Lauren Cook C’18 (Neurobiology)
Peter Patrick Cooney III, Lord of Sealand W’16-17 (Decision Processes)
Rachel Rae Dinh C’17 (English, Cognitive Science)
Rebecca Rose Heilweil C’18 (History)
Raghav Lambdis Joshi C’17 (Philosophy & Science, Computer Science)
Nick Todd Joyner C’19 (Communication & English)
Natasha Alexandra Kadlec C’19 (International Relations)
Sue Jia W’17 (Statistics)
Maxwell Harrison Levy C’18 (PPE – Politics, Philosophy, & Economics)
Joshua Marco Lieberman C’19 (Economics)
Ruihong Liu C&W’17 (English, Marketing)
Colin Michael Lodewick C’19 (Environmental Studies)
Marjorie Lorraine N’19 (Nursing)
Joseph Maggiore E’19 (Bioengineering)
Celeste Madeline Lowenthal Marcus C’19 (Intellectual History)
Nathan Shuster May C’17 (English)
Abigail McGuckin C’19 (Urban Studies)
Thomas Myers C’18 (English)
John Aggrey Odera C’19 (Philosophy & Political Theory)
Syra Oritz-Blanes C’17 (History, Creative Writing)
Leo Page-Blau C’18 (Communication)
*Stefano Pietrosanti GSAS’18 (Ph.D. in Economics)
Juan Sebastián Pinto Díaz C’17 (English)
Naomi Pohl C’18 (Physics, Mathematics)
Sarah Alexandra Punzel C’19 (History)
Beeban Rai C’19 (Economics)
Reece Todd Sisto C’18 (Urban Studies)
Arjun Subramanyam W’18 (Finance & Political Science)
Jacob Khan Sterling C’17 (Biochemistry, Neurobiology)
Rishabh Tagore E’19 (Chemistry)
Heather Tang W’19 (Management, Legal Studies & Business Ethics)
Jason Tangson C’16-17 (Linguistics, Computer Science)
Tennyson Teece C’19 (PPE – Politics, Philosophy, & Economics)
Ha Tran C’19 (Economics)
Hani Fernandez Mostafa Mohamed Abdel Warith C’18 (Political Science, Philosophy)
Dalia Wolfson C’17 (Comparative Literature)
Kathleen Zhou W’17 (Statistics)
Lauren Placzek Zi-guen Leung E’17 (Computer & Information Science)

Members away
Naomi Pohl — New Zealand.
Reece Sisto — Buenos Aires.