Serena Mary Uliano
Serena Uliano is a senior majoring in History in the College of Arts & Sciences. She joined the Cornell Book Review because she has a passion for writing, reading, and learning the details of book plots and characters and living in their worlds, even if just for a few chapters. She has many favorite authors but has a particular fondness for Jane Austen and Oscar Wilde.
Gabriel Stowe Terrell grew up in rural southwestern Wisconsin and is now a senior at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. His honors thesis is exploring the impact that recent right-to-work laws in the Midwest have been having on wage stagnation for middle class workers. He co-authored with his anthropologist dad, the book Understanding the Human Mind, published in July this year by Routledge. He appreciates the sort of folks who read for fun and have joined the Cornell Book Review.
Hi, my name is Krysta, and I’m the Managing Editor here at the Book Review! I’ve always loved reading, so the club is a great way to share my thoughts with others. This year I will be a senior, and am double majoring in English and History with a focus on Creative Writing and a minor in East Asian studies. This is my second year with the publication where I’ve worked as both editor and artist, so if you have any questions feel free to ask!
Ilana is a senior studying Environmental Engineering in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Joining CBR has given Ilana the opportunity to read books for fun!