Mattaya Gibbs

Copy Editor


mattaya@poly.rpi.edu

Previous positions
  • Publicity Editor December 2021 to May 2022
  • Publicity Coordinator October 2021 to December 2021
Book Review

Yōko Ogawa's The Memory Police is a book you won't forget

March 31, 2022

Objects mandatorily erased from consciousness and a writer struggling to find her place amongst it all. Publicity Editor Mattaya Gibbs ’24 discusses her views on The Memory Police by Yōko Ogawa.

Editorial Notebook

Why Frozen is a more culturally impactful movie than Citizen Kane

March 9, 2022

One sled named Rosebud and one taken to fetch a rogue queen of ice—despite this central tie, these two movies could not differ more in their plots, themes, and social influence. Publicity Editor Mattaya Gibbs ’25 argues that the cultural impact of Disney's Frozen far outweighs that of Orson Welles' 1941 classic Citzen Kane.

Sports

En garde, Ready, FENCE!: An overview of modern fencing

March 9, 2022

While not the same combat sport that the Princess Bride would have you believe, modern fencing is still the same fast-paced world of technique, defense, and mind games.

Student Life

PSS: Noel from Nason

December 8, 2021

With finals week looming, Nason Hall has been looking for a way to liven students’ spirits. Over the weekend, several residents pitched in to purchase and decorate a tree that’s now displayed on the building’s north side. The Polytechnic interviewed a few of the main contributors to this project.