Common Home magazine is edited by a board of student editors appointed by Georgetown’s Earth Commons Institute. These undergraduates are the lifeblood behind Common Home magazine. The editors, under the direction of the Institute, select topics they find most pressing and relevant to the Georgetown community—and pursue expert contributors to dive in.

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Editor Letter Spring 2022

Each issue, our Common Home editors reflect on their work, the insights of our community of contributors, and the process of compiling a magazine intended to elevate diverse stories of growth, reality, change, and hope.

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Editorial Staff 2022

Marion Cassidy, Arts & Culture Editor

Marion Cassidy is a junior in the college studying History and Art History with a minor in Theater and Performance Studies. She is from Brooklyn, NY and is passionate about the intersection of sustainability and the arts.

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Sadie Morris

Originally from (the real) Northern California, Sadie studied in Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service majoring in Culture and Politics with a focus on political economy and the environment.

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Alannah Nathan

Alannah Nathan ’24 is an undergraduate sophomore in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, studying Global Business with a minor in French. Her interests in the environment space include the energy transition, climate economics, and sustainable economic development. Born and raised in Seattle, WA, she now calls Brooklyn, NY, home.

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Maya Snyder

Sophomore at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, majoring in Science, Technology, & International Affairs and minoring in English. Originally from San Diego, California.

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