Swetha Regunathan

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Swetha Regunathan CC '07 came to Columbia as a transfer student from NYU. In her two years at the school, she dabbled in various activities, including Parliamentary Debate, Spec and The Eye, before committing herself to literary pursuits, becoming published in Tablet and Quarto.

Regunathan was the recipient of the John Vincent Hickey Prize for her senior thesis on John Milton's Paradise Lost. Born in India and residing at various times in Montreal, Connecticut, Queens, New Jersey, and Mississippi, Swetha lived in Brooklyn after graduation, working for Cambridge University Press. She is now a grad student at Brown and is planning a future in the literary world.