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Gianluca D'Elia is a senior studying journalism and political science at Rider University, where he is also the news editor of The Rider News and a tutor of communication law. A native of North Jersey, Gianluca previously covered city hall, education and community affairs for The Hudson Reporter in Hoboken, Jersey City and Bayonne in 2016. Gianluca is also a member of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists' Association, and an alumni of the NLGJA Student Journalism Project.
Kenny Dillon is a student from New York studying political science and philosophy at Rider University.
Mahishan Gnanaseharan is a sophomore at Princeton University and a freelance writer for the University Press Club, a group of undergraduate student journalists. He has also written for The Times of Trenton. A graduate of St. Benedict's Preparatory School, he is from West Orange, New Jersey.
Nat Bottigheimer is a professional transportation planner and consultant with a background in public policy and real estate economics. He is currently working on TOD, streetcar, and bus dedicated lane planning projects in the Washington, DC region. He was a member of the Alexander Street University Place Task Force, and is a current member of the Princeton Traffic and Transportation and Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committees. He's married to Eve Ostriker, an astrophysicist at Princeton University; and has two daughters, one at PHS. The most recent family addition is Basil, a one-year old labradoodle who gives the term "active transportation" new meaning.
Somi Jun is from Los Angeles. A sophomore at Princeton University, she is majoring in comparative literature. She has written for the Princeton Packet and the Princeton Alumni Weekly.
Steve Hiltner is a former member of the Princeton Environmental Commission. He also served as the natural resources manager for the Friends of Princeton Open Space. He writes about Princeton at PrincetonPrimer.org, and about climate change, politics and the media at NewsCompanion.com. He is a regular contributor to Planet Princeton. He is a jazz musician, and lives in Princeton with his wife and two daughters.