Editor-in-Chief: Hayden W. Daniel '19
Hayden hails from Southaven, Mississippi and came to W&L to pursue a major in European history and a double-minor in Philosophy and Classics. Since joining the staff, his articles have had a significant impact on campus policy made most visible by the preservation of the name "duPont Hall" over the entrance to the new CGL.
Publisher: Saimon Islam '19
Saimon Islam hails from Bangladesh as a Mathematics major with a Film minor hoping to private-sector career as a data scientist. He enjoys singing in choir, analyzing films and TV shows, and is an avid fan of superheroes. As well as being the Diversity Compliance Officer, he has recently taken up the mantle of publisher as well.
Mr. Richendollar is an Economics and Politics double-major hoping to either attend law school or pursue a private-sector career defending conservative ideals upon graduation, whether in politics or journalism. A proud Michigan native, he enjoys traveling the country in search of rare salamanders, his greatest passion in life. Nathan represents the 'classical liberal' or libertarian wing of The W&L Spectator, though he has a prominent conservative streak. Nathan maintains his own blog and enjoys watching college football when he's not in the wilderness.
Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Flood joined the staff his freshman year at W&L, and manages the organization's finances.
Mr. Islam hails from Dhaka, Bangladesh and is a Mathematics major and Film Studies minor. He is slowly adjusting to life in the United States after four years here. He has a passion for movies and music, and strives to make sure The W&L Spectator is representative of the diverse student body here at W&L.