Melanie Earle
Managing Editor
Class of 2023
Melanie Earle is a junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering and International Relations from New York, New York. Melanie is a Managing Editor. Before the CT, she was her high school’s photographer, and had a summer internship with the New York Times. Outside of CT, Melanie is involved in research on campus and the Society of Women Engineers. Fun Fact: Melanie loves windsurfing and coffee.

Articles by Melanie

The Future of STEM isn’t in the S,T,E, or the M

It's actually not fair to put down people who don’t trust science; they have a good reason to not trust STEM — scientists are bad at communicating and haven’t always wanted to communicate with the people the science affects.

Fight Fight Fuck You Up Club

The best debates are settled through violence, which is why SA decided to host this opportunity for students.

The Batman is the best bat-film of all bat-time

Anyways, Zoe Kravtiz can stomp me out on a curb.

Shuttle Bus Transformer

The University of Rochester has been aware that the one of the shuttles our community takes is actually a weapon of mass destruction.

“The Batman” is a bat out of hell

The details in "The Batman" make it worth seeing two or three times, because while it’s a close to three-hour run time, every action, line, and setting has weight.

Research at Rochester: Rajaoberison helps explore the universe through machine learning

Rajaoberison writes machine learning algorithms to help James Webb’s 18 primary mirrors position themselves and counter piston phase error.

Psychological Warfare: Midterms

It has come to light that one class had five midterms during the semester, resulting in a syllabus that created a rip in the time space continuum, which could become a ticking time bomb for Earth due to the inherent paradox of a test that happens at the midway point happening four more times during the semester.

We need to see the other side of the table

Education happens through conversation. I believe that when it comes to antisemitism and anti-Israel language on campus, it’s a discussion that needs to be had, not a lecture.

Psychology Bets

The students made bets on which major they thought they could get to burn down our beloved Rush Rhees Library

Davidson overcomes a rough crowd

UR proved last night why comedians can’t perform at colleges anymore. I am glad to have had the opportunity to see Davidson perform. However, I was not proud to be a Yellowjacket last night.