Millicent Caughey

Millie Caughey is a freshman from Auckland, New Zealand. She enjoys debating, writing and roller skating. She is excited to learn more about how people’s backgrounds shape their ideas of ethics.

Sibani Ram

Sibani Ram is a junior from Dubuque, Iowa majoring in Evolutionary Anthropology with a concentration in Human Biology while minoring in English and Chemistry. She is deeply interested in clinical research, creative writing, and ethical decision-making in medicine. In her free time, Sibani enjoys discovering inspiring books/journalistic articles, convincing herself to go on short runs at the Wilson gym, and re-listening to her favorite songs from Indian cinema.

Mauro Mastrapasqua

Mauro Mastrapasqua is a first-year student and is excited to be a part Team Kenan. He is from Nashville and is planning to major in physics at Duke. Outside of classes, he plays piano in the jazz ensemble and is also involved with Project Wild. In his free time, he likes to go for runs around East Campus and jam with friends.

Lucas Lynn

Lucas Lynn is a senior from Wetumpka, Alabama majoring in Computer Science and Cultural Anthropology with a certificate in Ethics & Society. When not doing homework, you can find him at every basketball game playing mellophone in the pep band.

Kyle Melatti

Kyle Melatti is a Trinity senior from Las Vegas, Nevada who is pursuing double majors in Public Policy and Political Science. He is a first-generation American with Brazilian heritage. At Duke, he serves as Co-Chair of the Program in American Grand Strategy and as President of Duke Students for Education Reform. He additionally serves as Head Politics Editor for the Journal in PPE and as a PEP Fellow for the Hart Leadership Program. This past summer, he interned for the U.S. Government Accountability Office. His favorite hobbies are chess and watching Formula 1.

Jeremy Carballo Pineda

Jeremy Carballo Pineda is a senior double majoring in political science and public policy. After graduating, he will work as a consultant assisting higher education institutions. After consulting, Jeremy hopes to attend law school and enter politics to help the communities he came from. In his free time, he likes to write for IndyWeek and wonder what MF Doom looks like without his mask.