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Morgan Fu-Mueller (he/they) is a second-year Psychology major with legal aspirations. He loves to think about K-pop, play D&D, and make art, drawing on all of that to advance his writing. As a WaCC tutor, they’re passionate about enabling people to convey their points in their own voices, and making academic writing more accessible. Their experience with topics in the medical field stems from growing up around doctors and in hospitals, with lots of gory anecdotes over the dinner table. They’re excited to be working with the CROW editorial board this year, to gain experience with a wide variety of writing in a new environment and help produce the best and silliest issue yet. 

Newton (Newt) Austria-Ball (they/them) is in their second year as an undergraduate at UWB. They are following a path towards majoring in Biology to later become a Doctor of Pharmacy, while also minoring in Creative Writing. They love all kinds of writing and being able to help others with their writing which is what led them to becoming a writing tutor. This is their first year on the CROW Editorial Board. Having lived in an underprivileged area for most of their life, they want to help shed light on those who do not have ready access to healthcare, advocating for more affordable and accessible healthcare. In their free time, they like taking walks in the wetlands and learning about plants and medication. As well as, writing, playing and learning how to play new instruments, and painting.


phoenix kai (they/them) is a poet, writer, and multimedia artist located on the unceded Indigenous lands of the Coast Salish peoples in Seattle, WA. they received their BA in Ethnic Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder and are working toward their MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics at the University of Washington Bothell. their work has appeared in Sweet: A Literary Confection, Beyond Queer Words, The Timber Journal, and elsewhere. their work is currently fascinated with queer belonging, physics, identity, speculative futures, and mythological retellings. In their practice, they strive to do the undoable, to laugh in the face of gravity and frolic among the stars.

Robin Stone (he/them) is in their last undergraduate year at UWB. As a Health Studies Major, they have a personal passion for working to treat Alzheimer’s and it’s related dementias; working to help the individuals, families, and communities devastated by the disease. Outside of mountain biking and playing Dungeons & Dragons, he is also a devout Mormon and Christian, who advocates for an authentically faith filled life while still being authentically queer.


Sabine Drake (she/her/hers) is a third-year undergraduate student. She is currently a Health Studies major, intending to minor in Chemistry in the hopes of pursuing her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine career. She is passionate about public health research and community disparities, as well as her work as a Veterinary assistant. She enjoys writing and reading, especially surrounding health-related topics. This is her first year working with the CROW editorial board, and she is looking forward to expanding her abilities and knowledge in working with others and their writing. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, being outside, and of course, spending time with her two adorable dogs.

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