The Channel’s editorial board is selected from undergraduate students in McGill’s Department of English. Editors collectively read, discuss, and select essays for publication.
Zoe Babad-Palmer (she/they) is a U4 Honours English Literature student minoring in Linguistics; she worked on The Channel as an editor last year and writes for the McGill Tribune’s sports section. Her areas of interest include Romanticism, queer theory, the Gothic, and Oscar Wilde Studies. In her free time, Zoe enjoys embroidery, watching hockey, musicals, and comics.
Nicole Chrenek (she/her) is a U3 Honours English Literature student minoring in Philosophy. In addition to being one of this year’s editors-in-chief, she is co-president of McGill’s Rare Books Student Society. Her areas of interest include queer theory, contemporary literature, the 20th century short story, the uncanny, Edgar Allan Poe, and Dorothy Parker. Outside of literature, her interests include creative writing and performing standup comedy.
Elizabeth La Rocque