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Halley Rose Meslin
Halley Rose Meslin is an undergraduate at Indiana University pursuing degrees in Environmental and Sustainability Studies and French, as well as minors in history and human-centered computing. Due to her interdisciplinary education, Halley Rose is intrigued by connections between technology, society, and the environment. Halley Rose is particularly interested in food sustainability and as Editorial Director of IU's chapter of the foodie website, Spoon University, she writes about everything from culinary trends to food waste.