Sanzari ’22 is a sophomore Gender and Sexuality Studies major from Raleigh, North Carolina. She’s interested in indigenizing, decolonizing, and queering academia to destroy the ivory tower of intellectualism, creating community/public histories and archives, and making space and building community for marginalized groups at Davidson College. She’s currently involved in efforts to make Davidson pedagogy more inclusive, by bringing Asian American Studies to Davidson and through other initiatives. She also works for the campus Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
Yashita ’22 is a sophomore from Calcutta, India. She is a Sociology and Gender and Sexuality Studies major who is interested in postcolonial theory and decolonizing academia and making it more accessible. She is currently organizing to bring Asian American Studies to Davidson.
Savanna ’22 is interested in sociology, gender & sexuality studies, and digital studies. She has a background in journalism from which she extends her interests in investigative research oriented around social issues. In her projects within and outside of the classroom, Savanna seeks to understand how the dynamics of power and hierarchy have shaped the political and social landscapes at Davidson—how and why some voices are privileged and heard on the campus and others are forgotten and silenced.