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MAX BAMBERGER

There’s nothing that Max Bamberger, the oldest of five from California, can’t do. When he’s not posting pictures of himself dabbing on Instagram (captioned #hit_it #dab), Max spends his time writing — in fact, he was an editor of both his high school’s literary magazine and newspaper. His writing has even appeared in other publications, most notably his essay on why he pitied the pharaoh (aptly named Why I Almost Pitied Pharaoh) which was published in The Forward. In addition to his writing endeavors, Max is multilingual thanks to his dabbling in Arabic and fluency in Hebrew. 


Between time spent speculating about old Jewish celebrities and pondering whether to grow out his facial hair, this life of the party (often spotted on the dance floor at AEPI) is singing, playing guitar, and starring in shows — How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Mamma Mia, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee are just a few of his credits. Even Chief Ronnel A. Higgens has taken notice to this triple threat to Yale’s campus. 


As if that isn’t enough, Max also likes to tear up the field in ultimate frisbee, dominate the rock wall in climbing, and destroy his opponents in Gamepigeon’s Word Hunt. With all of these other talents and interests he could be spending his time on, we are beyond excited that Max has chosen to spend his time with Magevet, blessing us by serving some smooth charm in Magevet’s bass section.