Sonia Mahajan
Features Editor
Class of
Sonia Mahajan is a First-Year from Bay Area, California. Sonia is a Features Editor. Before the CT, she wrote for her high school paper and spent a summer as an intern for a magazine. Outside of CT, Sonia works for the Interfaith Chapel and likes watching thought-provoking films. Fun Fact: Sonia has gone down a 23-foot waterfall in a raft in New Zealand.

Articles by Sonia

Great Lakes: Great sturgeon

The lake sturgeon has an unfortunate modern history. The fish is considered a threatened species in the state of New York, and this issue hits us at home in the Genesee River — right in our very backyard. Efforts have been made in the past year that raise hope of a new beginning, but what caused its decline in the first place?

Students react to SA’s latest statement

The aim of this email, as stated in the opening paragraph, was to “clear up some misconceptions/share some important answers to [common] questions.”

Orangutans and the One-Health Initiative in Borneo

In a recent webinar titled “One-Health Initiative in Borneo: Transforming Community Health and Saving Endangered Orangutans,” veterinarian Dr. Jeffery Wyatt gave a powerful presentation about his holistic work in Indonesian Borneo

Sitting down with SA president Sabeet Kazmi on SA updates

Sabeet Kazmi, SA President, reflects on the school year so far, current initiatives involving MERT and Aramark, and plans for the future.

Power to the polls: UR set to become an official polling place

Since CPE’s establishment, one of its goals has been to set up an official polling place on campus, and that goal is becoming a reality.

O’Brien laboratory leads the way on iron absorption studies

Dr. Kimberly O’Brien and her colleague Dr. Zhenglong Gu are leading the FeGenes study to determine how hereditary hemochromatosis, or iron overload, varies by population group.