Working Group


canilang, miranda1Miranda Canilang Miranda is a sophomore Physics major at Bryn Mawr College. She is fascinated by the interplay of technology and improvements in everyday life. In her free time she is an amateur graphic designer and social media junkie.

@mir88cee || Miranda on Facebook



Supriya Davis Supriya is a senior Chemistry and Computer Science double major at Swarthmore College. She is interested in the role of new technologies in advancing health research and education. In her free time, she is a member of the Swarthmore swim team, and does biochemistry research on G-Quadruplex DNA ligands as a potential cancer drugs.





caleb-eckert-bio-photoCaleb Eckert Caleb is a sophomore at Haverford pursuing an Anthropology major and a minor in Environmental Studies. He is interested in both how and why we interface through social networks, as well as exploring the problems of privacy and access in the digital age. He also works in the library’s Digital Scholarship department as a Design and Media Assistant.

@eckertcaleb || Caleb on Facebook



Daniel FriesDaniel Fries Daniel is a Haverford senior majoring in Comparative Literature with a focus on French and Arabic media. He is a student, artist, designer, and critic. He is currently an undergraduate fellow at the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities, where he leads the Student Seminar “Decoding the Videogame: Reading and Writing in New Media.”

@figurearcade || Figure Arcade




20140802_171933Katrina Obieta Katrina Obieta is a senior Biology major at Bryn Mawr College. She is interested in the role social media can play in communicating and translating scientific advances and health-related issues to the general public. Outside the classroom, Katrina is Co-Captain of the Varsity Swimming Team and enjoys brunch in the city. Katrina has three main food groups: butter, beer, and bacon.
@KatrinaObieta || Katrina on Facebook




Hannah WeissmannHannah Weissmann Hannah Weissmann is a sophomore Classics major at Haverford College from Los Angeles, CA. She is intrigued by the use of digital tools in academic spaces and she spends her summers teaching Scratch game design to elementary school students. She is also a member of the Bi-Co Digital Scholarship Fellowship, and hopes to build on her current investigation in the use of digital tools for Classical scholarship.