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Meet Our 2021-2022 Board!

Eno Magazine is run by Duke University students and staff. It is an official graduate school club of the Nicholas School of the Environment.


Helen Lu

Hometown: Los Alamos, New Mexico

“Growing up in New Mexico, I developed an appreciation of the expansive and diverse outdoor space. I resonate with Eno’s mission of celebrating the environment through art, because I believe that it is a good way to build connections. Some people may not be interested in or aware of environmental issues, but they can appreciate and find beauty in environmental art. By using art as a medium to celebrate the environment, I hope we can be more connected to each other and to nature.”


Margaret Morrison 

Hometown: Washington, DC 

“Environmental art is a way to connect people to nature and to each other, which is so important right now. I’m excited to work with Eno to help build community, showcase the artistic talent at Duke, and celebrate our planet.”



Aubrey Knier

Hometown: Holly Springs, North Carolina

“The intersection of art and nature is instrumental to how we experience, feel, and empathize with Mother Earth. The mission of Eno magazine is to celebrate this intersection by creating a space to amplify artistic voices whose work elevates nature. The universal language of art makes science accessible to all—and now, more than ever, this accessibility is essential to sharing the value of nature with others and increasing engagement in our current environmental movement.”


Rachel Earnnhardt

Hometown: Raleigh, NC

“Rachel Carson, who was so talented at translating the beauty and science of the natural world into elegant, accessible writing, said it well: “In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is the story of the earth.” Eno Magazine celebrates and shares those stories, and I am so honored to be a part of the team.”




Reema Garabadu

Hometown: Marietta, Georgia

“I love exploring nature through art, and art through nature. The intersection of these disciplines can be such a powerful vessel of finding beauty, creating community, and learning more about our surroundings. I’m so looking forward to this year of seeing how others perceive nature in various forms of visual art and prose.”




Addie Navarro

Hometown: Boone, North Carolina

“Art and storytelling have always been the most elemental and natural forms of human communication. I am thrilled to be a part of the Eno Magazine, helping to share the art and stories that speak to our deep connection to the natural world. I believe strongly in the power of these stories to move the needle from apathy to action.”