Mack Liederman

Mack Liederman ’20 is a political science major from Westfield, New Jersey. Despite the fact that he is still a meticulously slow reader, Mack is excited to serve the Misc as its Editor-in-Chief, after having spent one semester as Senior Editor and two semesters as the head of the Sports section. Mack has contributed over a dozen articles to the Misc, with his writing largely focused on the intersections of sports, politics and culture. He is excited to bring a fresh vision to the paper, putting an increased focus on creative writing voice and digital engagement. Outside the pages of print, you can catch Mack calling play-by-play for varsity athletic events, or simply cruising around campus on his Penny board.

After delay, VSA elects take office

By – 3 years ago

Two Sundays ago, VSA President Tamar Ballard ’19 and Vice President Rori Chuck ’19 addressed a packed senate meeting. The decision long awaited by students across campus came swiftly and…

VSA funds disputed panelist

By – 3 years ago

Breaking from the run-of-the-mill law and order of chair updates and speedy consensus agendas, all attending the March 24 VSA Senate paused to hone in on a series of images,…

When fashion talks trash

By – 4 years ago

It is the NBA’s equivalent of the red carpet. Buried in the corridors of every arena, a singular camera captures the few steps from the team bus to the locker…

The culture of courtside

By – 4 years ago

In the NBA playoffs, all of the stars come out. LeBron James is turning up the intensity in an attempt to single-handedly will his lethargic team past the scrappy Indiana…

Don’t hate the tank

By – 4 years ago

Ah, playoff time, what a wonderful time of the year! With a surprisingly competitive first round beginning to percolate, there has been an endless barrage of overwrought analysis and matchup…

In NBA, the future is here

By – 4 years ago

It certainly was a play to remember. In what would be considered an unbelievable scenario at the beginning of the season, the red- hot Philadelphia 76ers were at home battling…