Bryce Morales is a junior in Branford College double-majoring in History and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. Within the history major, he specializes in environmental history, fascinated by the influence of environmental factors on human society and by the ever-changing relationship between humans and nature. His interests include human migration and population dynamics, the management of natural resources, and climate policy. Having grown up in New Hampshire, Bryce has also long been engaged in politics, volunteering for several presidential, Senate, congressional, and local candidates. He has previously contributed research to a history dissertation on US foreign policy and conservatism in the 1970s, and now conducts historiographic background research for a forthcoming book on the American Revolution by Yale Professor Mark Peterson. Bryce currently serves as: a managing editor of the Yale Literary Magazine, the oldest student literary magazine in the nation; program director for WYBC, Yale’s student radio station; a student member of the Yale College Executive Committee; and captain of the Yale Cycling Team.