Grant DeArmitt is a junior at The King's College and is currently Assistant Creative Director in The King's College Theater. He directed TKC's production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and is a member of the school's improv team, The Ugly Bunnies. He is a playwriter, director, and nearly obsessive Batman fan. Grant is a proud member of The House of Sir Winston Churchill.
Joshua Linder is a Senior at the King's College Studying PP&E. He grew up just outside of Allentown, PA and currently lives off-campus in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Joshua's academic projects have covered healthcare, feminist hermeneutics, and Islam. He's interned at an international nonprofit and a healthcare provider for homeless people. In his spare time, Joshua voraciously reads the Wall Street Journal and nonfiction. He also enjoys cooking and skating on Bryant Park's glassy ice in the mornings.
Elizabeth D. Brown is a twenty-three-year-old junior at the King's College studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics with a minor in Media Studies. Her passions include stress cleaning, reading and over-discussing classic literature aimed at a much younger audience, coaxing her roommates into a roaring ugly laugh, and storytelling; the latter of which she hopes to make a career of.
After birth and eighteen years of living, Jared Seth Umberger came to The King’s College to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He enjoys reading, writing, food, fashion, (food fashion), hot beverages, banana stands, and Time and Relative Dimension in Space. Interests aside, one day he aspires to become an ambassador or quite possibly a Literature professor at Oxford where he can walk the same halls as his literary hero, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Born in Maryland, Jeremi moved to Sofia, Bulgaria, when he was six weeks old and spent the next 18 years of his life there, where his parents were missionaries. He loves sports, piano, making short videos, watching movies, riding his bike around NYC, occasionally reading a really good book and writing. Jeremi is a sophomore at King's and is captain of the baseball team.
Lauren Schuhmacher is a nineteen-year-old first-year student at The King’s College. Originally from San Antonio, Texas, she now claims New York as her home. Lauren studies Politics, Philosophy and Economics with a Literature minor, and hopes to pursue graduate studies in English to become a Lit professor.
Michael Roome was born in Northern California, where he lived until moving to Sao Paulo, Brazil for six years at the age of sixteen. Michael enjoys playing and watching sports, reading, acting, is a self-proclaimed "coffee snob" and loves exploring the many sights and sounds of the city. In his Junior year at The King's College, Michael works part-time in the Athletics department and also interns for a retired UN diplomat.
Sarah Buzzelli is a sophomore and an MCA major at The King's College. She lives alone in Harlem and works at a cafe in Chelsea. She loves to read, write, and spend her weekends going out with friends in Brooklyn and lower Manhattan.
Caroline Swenson is an avid foodie. That is…when she actually spends money eating out. She thinks that if she doesn't buy groceries then she can save her dough (no pun intended) and then get to try new restaurants in one of the culinary capitals of the world: New York City! But, trust her, sometimes trying to make a box of granola last a month leaves you hungry.