Melanie Earle
Social Media Editor
Class of 2023
Melanie Earle is a sophomore majoring in Mechanical Engineering from New York, New York. Melanie is a Social Media Editor alongside Mattie Martin-Olenski. Melanie runs CT’s Facebook, Twitter, and weekly email list, the CT Buzz. Before 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, the Society of Women Engineers, and other engineering extracurriculars.

Articles by Melanie

‘Kim Possible’ is a perfect comedy for college students

The characters are top-notch, the animation is butter, and the fight scenes are imaginatively and meticulously thought out. 

Supernatural suspicion in the stacks of Rundel library

The Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, the Rundel Library, is believed to be haunted, with alleged paranormal occurrences occurring in its halls. The Rundel Library’s stacks are where most of the activity takes place according to an article in the Democrat and Chronicle. 

“The Haunting of Bly Manor” revels in the horror of a love story

In my opinion, the kind of horror in “The Haunting of Bly Manor” may be the best of them all — the existential horror of humanity. 

Laundry room etiquette during COVID-19

It’s already a sin to take someone’s wet clothes out of the washer (and not put them in a dryer), but it’s even worse to do that when we’re in a pandemic.

Even after 8 seasons, ‘The Blacklist’ hasn’t told us anything

Every answer in this show comes with a bucket full of questions. Its seven seasons are going on eight and I still feel like I haven’t learned anything.

I know you can talk, now show me you can listen

You don’t change minds without listening to what they’re saying in the first place.

“Among Us” is your new favorite time-waster

“Among Us” is an app version of Mafia, a beloved childhood game that always seemed hard to set up in groups, but this app shows how much fun it can be when done right. 

Collins discusses career in air and space

Collins delivered a virtual talk on Sept. 12 to the UR community about her career at NASA and the future of outer space. She was originally supposed to be the Student Programming Board’s spring speaker but due to COVID-19, the talk was moved to this fall.

Why the truth is so hard to find

The best way to see truth is as a rainbow of grays.

My growth started with a sentence

I am a student journalist. This means that I’m a learner.