About Our Contributors

About Our Contributors

Krista Bailie is a student in the Art History Diploma program and a practicing Visual Artist. Using mainly installation and performance, Krista’s work investigates structures of power, exclusion and identity formation. She hopes to pursue a Masters in Fine Art in Germany.

Lisa Chen-Wing is an Unclassified Student who takes occasional courses in Visual Arts at UBC. She has Bachelors Degrees in Mathematics and Education and a degree in Graphic Design. She’s also a full time Art Director at an advertising agency and a mother of two children.

Ray Clark is a third-year creative writing student minoring in medieval studies. He also likes to study board games and narrative form.

Jamie Donnici is a fourth year English Honours student. He enjoys reading, especially existential fiction and war literature, because he apparently loves despairing over the human condition. Once he completes his undergraduate degree, he plans to travel Europe and teach English as a second language there before hopefully attending graduate school.

Rachel Kim is a fifth year English Literature student who has learned that the future is less intimidating if you imagine it in its underwear.

Sophia Murray is a second year student in UBC’s faculty of Arts and is applying to the BFA program in April. She has explored many different artistic media but has recently found her niche in digital media, creating photo-manipulated images and video installation works. She was named after Sophia Loren and she carries herself with a similar kind of style and grace with her own unique touch of awkwardness.

Maneo Mohale is a fourth-year student studying History Honours with International Relations. She was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and now lives on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral territories of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations. She was raised to love jazz, literature, language, history, culture, curiosity, family and silliness.

Ming Wong is a fifth-year English Literature and Film Studies student interested in visual journalism. She is a former editor of The Ubyssey and her personal brand, like the university, is still under construction.