Meet the Writing Center Fellows

Abby V. (she/her)

Western Heritage Scholarship Recipient (1st Place Winner 2020)
Of the Breaking of the Cycle

“Hello! I’m from a small farm in Janesville, WI. I’m a Political Science major, French minor, and aspiring International Law student. When I’m not reading or doing homework, you’ll find me gardening, volunteering, trying new things, or simply hanging out with my (innumerable) pets. I have a lot of experience in Western Heritage (Intellectual Foundations) and Political Science but am happy to help with any papers. I look forward to working with you in the Writing Center!”

Abby T. (she/her)

“Hey! My name is Abby and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m a sophomore majoring in Political Science and double minoring in Women’s and Gender Studies and Social Justice. Outside of class, I enjoy reading, hanging with friends, and playing volleyball. In the Writing Center, I enjoy helping others improve their writing skills. I look forward to working with you!”

Ashley G. (she/her)

“Hi! I’m majoring in computer science, and I hope to work in database management or web development one day. When I’m not working on a program, I enjoy traveling, video games, music, and baking. I also love writing, and I’m excited to have the opportunity to help other writers!”

Ashley L. (she/her)

“Howdy! I’m a psychology major from Aurora, Illinois! When I’m not working or studying, you can find me reading, playing video games, or working out! Though I am a psychology major, I came to love writing through my many creative endeavors. As a writer, my strength lies in organizing papers and generating passionate arguments.”

Bailey S. (she/her)

“Hi! My name is Bailey (she/her), and I am a Music Education major from Crystal Lake, Illinois. Aside from working in the Writing Center, I am involved in multiple music ensembles on campus, such as the Wind Orchestra, Carthage Philharmonic, Pep Band, and even the Drumline! You can usually find me in a practice room or on the couches in the basement of the JAC. The research process is one of my favorite aspects of writing, and I look forward to diving into your findings and papers with you!”

Bethany F. (she/her)

“My name is Bethany and I’m double majoring in Environmental Science and Political Science. I’m a studious person, so I spend most of my time doing homework, but when I’m not doing homework I like spending time with my friends or watching Netflix. I have always been a very passionate person, and reading and writing have been important components in helping me express that passion. I’m always working to learn how to be a better writer, and over the past few years, I have developed a strong appreciation for the beauty of the writing process. As a writing tutor, I hope to help others write papers that they can be proud of.”

Chloe M. (she/her)

“Hi, my name is Chloe and I am from Northfield, Minnesota. I am also a sophomore majoring in Environmental Science. Although I am a STEM major, I have found writing to be calming. I am involved in a few different organizations on campus including the swim and dive team, Chi Omega Fraternity, and the Pinky Swear Foundation. Looking for sea glass is one of my favorite hobbies on campus and additionally, dogs and ducks are absolutely adorable; I’m obsessed. I look forward to helping students with their writing and I want them to be proud of what they accomplish.”

Jackie M. (she/her)

“I am an English major with minors in Spanish and religion. As part of my two other jobs on-campus, you might see me hauling boxes through Straz or managing Thursday night SPIRIT worship. I also love music and sing in Chorale. My jobs and classes keep me quite busy, but when I have free time, I like to practice piano, read, or knit. I also love writing, and I’m happy for the opportunity to help students improve theirs!”

Morgan T. (she/her)

Global Heritage Scholarship Recipient (1st Place Winner 2020)
Peace for the Women of the Therigathas

“Hello! I am a Music Education and Vocal Performance Major with a French Minor. I try to do a little bit of everything on campus so that leaves me pretty busy, but I love to devote my time to each and everything I am involved in! From Tower RA to Neil-Futurist and member of Carthage Choir, I am also the only French Tutor on campus so feel free to bring in your French papers! If I do not have mountains of homework to sift through, you can find me reading in my hammock down by the lake!”

River F. (he/him)

“Hi! I’m currently double majoring in English and Communications. My current goals are to finish a novel and get into publishing once I graduate. I love to write creatively, play video games, and spend time with my friends. Writing is one of my greatest passions and I look forward to helping other students with their papers.”

Savannah K. (she/her)

“Hey y’all, what’s up? My name is Savannah, and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m majoring in Music and English with a Creative Writing emphasis along with minors in Theatre and Spanish. I transferred to Carthage just before my sophomore year, and I can’t tell you how happy I am to be here! I love listening to music, eating popcorn, and spending any downtime I have while I’m on campus in the library or in a practice room. I really enjoy the writing process and having the chance to explore some creative routes that help develop ideas along the way. I would love to help you with any questions you may have! :)”

Sierra S. (she/her)

“I am an accounting and finance major. Despite primarily working with numbers, I love reading and writing and I am happy to help with writing in any discipline. Throughout the semester, I can be found in one of the tower kitchens baking cookies, brownies, or other desserts. I tend to bake when I am stressed, but I always end up with a lot of extras, so if you see me, stop by and grab a cookie.”

Sophia R. (she/her)

“Hello hello :) my name is Sophia, and I’m from Excelsior, Minnesota. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m double majoring in English and Women and Gender Studies. On campus I’m involved in a few different organizations, including the service organization Alpha Phi Omega, Carthage Swim and Dive, and Tau Sigma Chi Fraternity. I spend my time outside of the writing center hanging out with friends, thrifting, taking care of my plants, writing, painting, reading, and working out. More than anything, I love my puppy Rosy, she’s precious.”