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Meet the Fellows


AfiaAfia A

Bio: If freshmen year has taught me one thing: always be yourself. My time here at Carthage has been the most enlightening experience. I came here nervous, but now I’m content with myself. AS A member of French Club and Carthage Wave, I am always immersing myself in music or culture.

Aine is a Writing Center fellow.Aine G

Hello! I am a nursing student from Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, a small town characterized by its Fireside Theater and cow museum. Other than reading and writing, I love to draw, be active, and hang out with friends. Some fun facts about me? I am neither a dog nor a cat person - I love both! My favorite ice cream is mint with Oreos, I am quite competitive in Mario Cart, and my Patronus is a Pine Marten.

Allison is a Writing Center Fellow.Allie O

Hello! I am a Spanish and Elementary Education major looking forward to teaching dual language elementary one day! I love to travel, write, exercise, and spend time with my friends and family. I would be more than happy to help you in the Writing Center and hope to see you there!

Asmau is a Writing Center Fellow.Asmau D

What’s up, everybody! I am a junior with a double major in Psychology and Management with a French minor. I’m the president of the Black Student Union and the PR Chair of United Women of Color. Aside from being a Writing Fellow, I have two other jobs on campus, both of them in the library! I love to read and I definitely enjoy writing. I grew up in Botswana and moved to Gurnee when I was 14 years old. I also speak three languages. I’m a little bit all over the place in this bio, but I’ll definitely be more focused and organized when you come into the Writing Center!

Bethany is a Writing Center Fellow.Bethany F

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.

Brooke is a Writing Center Fellow.Brooke W

I am a Classical Archaeology major with a double minor in Latin and G.I.S. When I am not drinking coffee, listening to music, or reading a book, you will usually find me translating some Latin or ancient Greek in the library. If you are in need of random facts about the past, look no further!

Carla is a Writing Center Fellow.Carla T

Greetings, I am a nursing student here at Carthage. Aside from the Writing Center, which allows me to continuously grow in my writing skills, I am a part of the Carthage Treble Choir. Participating in this ensemble enables me to pursue my love for music and appreciation for the fine arts. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and visiting my family back in Waukegan, Illinois. As a Writing Fellow, I aim to help students elaborate on their brilliant ideas and express thoughtfully on any given essay. I am also bilingual so feel free to bring in your Spanish essays!

Catherine is a Writing Center Fellow.Catherine D

Hi, my name is Catherine and I was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin. I am studying psychology and criminal justice. When I am not in the Writing Center I enjoy walking down by the lake and drinking coffee—catch me in Starbucks most days. I am a self-proclaimed mac and cheese connoisseur. My favorite type of writing is creative writing, even though I find it the most difficult to craft. My favorite book is Storm and Silence by Rob Thier but I have also read every Sarah J. Maas book ever written. I am so excited to be able to assist all writers with their work, especially Western Heritage papers.

Chloe is a Writing Center fellow.Chloe G

My name is Chloe, and I am a Pre-Med Neuroscience Major, minoring in Psychology here at Carthage. Even though I am a science major, I have always loved reading and writing creative works, and even found joy when constructing various papers for Western Heritage! Outside of school I love to lift weights and play volleyball, as well as travel (I have already checked Peru and Honduras off my list) and drink inhuman amounts of iced coffee - regardless of the temperature. After my time here at Carthage, I hope to attend Medical School, and pursue a career as a trauma surgeon.

Ella is a Writing Center fellow.Ella S

Hello! I am a junior majoring in Theatre Performance with an English minor. I enjoy staying caffeinated, traveling, and organizing. As you may have guessed, I also love writing and reading (especially memoirs, mysteries, and plays), and would be especially happy to help you with those Western Heritage papers!

Erin is a Writing Center Fellow.Erin A

Hi everyone! I’m Erin, and I’m studying English as my major and Public Relations as my minor. The great outdoors and the water are my favorite places, and old movies are my jam. What i love most about writing is the way it reflects every person’s unique voice. As a tutor, I hope to encourage our differences as beautifully individual writers.

Grace is a Writing Center fellow.Grace T

I am majoring in neuroscience and chemistry with a psychology minor. Although I am a STEM major, I have always loved reading and can help students write in all disciplines! Aside from school, I enjoy spending time with my friends and doing activities outside. I absolutely love all animals and get excited whenever I see dogs on campus!

Kory is a Writing Center Fellow.Kory S

I am double majoring in psychology and sociology and minoring in Spanish. Aside from my studies and passion for writing, I enjoy photography, drawing, being with family and friends, and spending time in nature. I always welcome new experiences and adventures and am eager to travel and explore the world. My favorite stress-relieving activity during the academic year is playing with the dogs at the Humane Society. I am a dog-lover, having two of my own named Max and Murphy. A few more random facts about me? I think dill pickles are a magical food, I take pride in using movie quotes in casual conversations, and I have worked as a pie maker.

Leah is a Writing Center Fellow.Leah D

I am majoring in English with an emphasis in creative writing, with minors in Secondary Education and Theatre. I am completing my final requirements to become an English teacher in order to help others become connected to reading and writing the way I am. When I’m not in the Writing Center or in class, you might spot me dressed as someone other than myself at Carthage’s Cosplay and Pop Culture Club. I will gladly look at any cats, pictures of cats, or cat memes always, anywhere, anytime (because quite frankly, I’m a bit obsessed).

Lex FLex F

Heyo! You’ve probably seen me sitting in Straz. I am majoring in psychology. I commute from South Milwaukee, Wisconsin (My hometown). As a commuter, it’s a bit hard to get to know everyone, but I am involved in various organizations on campus such as My Brother’s Keeper, Japanese Club, BSU, and more. In my free time, I like learning new things, hanging with friends and family, and gaming. Hope to see you around!

Madeline is a Writing Center Fellow.Madeline P

I am a communication and studio arts major at Carthage with a minor in Spanish. I grew up in Minnesota but have also lived in Illinois, Colorado, and Vancouver, Canada. Outside of the Writing Center, I work in the Office of Communications and the H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art. I enjoy collaborating with friends on zines and art projects, Animal Crossing, and cooking. I look forward to helping out with all of your essay and writing needs!

Morgan is a Writing Center Fellow.Morgan T

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 every thing 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!

Nateya is a Writing Center Fellow.Nateya T

Hi guys! I am studying Criminal Justice and Spanish. I’m from Milwaukee, Wisconsin; however, I enjoy traveling abroad when I can, and I love reading! Outside of being a Writing Center Fellow, I’m the Treasurer of Black Student Union and the Muslim Student Association. So, I guess you can say I’m good with money; therefore, your visit in the Writing Center will be a bang for your buck!


Riley is a Writing Center Fellow.Riley P

I am a junior majoring in economics and minoring in political science. I’m from Kenosha and I love it here, but my favorite city in the world is Washington, D.C. I am a member of Lambda Kappa, and if you see me around campus I’m probably listening to a podcast.

Rylie is a Writing Center Fellow.Rylie M

Hello, my name is Rylie. I am a Biology and Chemistry Major, though I am considering switching to a History Major. I love to read and write, though I suppose that may seem obvious considering where I now work. While I love all genres of books, I’m currently on a big fantasy kick, with my all-time favorite series being the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. Besides reading and writing however, I love all types of art (though most often I dabble in watercolor and jewelry making) and going for nice long walks outside where I can think. I’ve taken and plan to take a good mix of science and humanities courses, one of my favorites so far having been my Western Heritage classes. I hope one day to either become a teacher or to work with animals.

Rebecca ERebecca E

Hello!  I am majoring in English and Great Ideas. Rainy days, lighthouses, and lavender tea are some of my favorite things. I enjoy curling up with a good book, and I have an ever-growing love of writing poetry. In addition to writing, I like to play my flute and take the train to Chicago on the weekends. I love being a resource for students here at Carthage, and I want to help you wherever you are in the writing process. Homeric epics are my favorite, so I am happy to assist with all things The Odyssey and Western Heritage!

Sarah A is a Writing Center fellowSarah A

I am majoring in Chemistry with a Biology minor. I plan to pursue a career in Pharmacy. I also work in Straz as a lab assistant and tutor in the Chemistry department. I love to travel to new places and have been fortunate to travel to Taiwan and Singapore during the last J-Term. I am looking forward to the Ecological and Cultural Writing Tour of Puerto Rico this coming January. I joined the Writing Center because I enjoy helping fellow students turn their hard work into academic success. I hope I can put my experience writing many lab reports and preparing research for presentation to good use. in my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and just about any outdoor activity

Sarah is a Writing Center fellow.Sarah S

I am majoring in Nursing and minoring in Spanish. I am passionate about caring for others and am looking forward to working as a Labor and Delivery Nurse after graduating. I love almost everything that has to do with the outdoors and staying active. At Carthage, I also work as a Student Ambassador and am involved in the Love Your Melon organization and Nursing Student Council.


Synclaire LSynclaire L

Hello! I am an English and Communications double major with a minor in Theater. I love reading and books so my hope is to one day become an editor at a publishing company. On campus, I am also involved in CAB, Sigma Tau Delta, and Model UN. I just spent that past semester in London and traveled all over Europe! When I’m not working or freaking out over my thesis, I enjoy Netflix, reading, hanging out with friends, and playing sports!

Zoe is a Writing Center fellow.Zoe H

Hello! I’m majoring in economics with minors in math and Asian studies. My passion for writing mostly stems from my love of reading and my favorite genres are fantasy and science fiction. I’d be happy to work with you on any paper or piece of writing you may need help with!

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    • Carthage is named a Best Midwestern College by The Princeton Review (2019), a designation given to only 25 percent of four-year schools.

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    • Carthage is the only college or university in the Midwest where every freshman takes a full-year sequence of foundational texts of the Western intellectual tradition. Learn about the Carthage core.

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    • What’s better than one professor? Two professors. What’s better than two professors? Two professors from totally different fields teaching a single class. There’s debate. Discussion. Differing perspectives. This is where the magic happens. That’s why every student takes a Carthage Symposium.

    • You can’t hide here — not with only 17 other students in the classroom with you. That’s going to be rough some mornings. But later, when you’re able to argue your point of view thoughtfully, express your opinions succinctly, and meet challenges head-on, without fear … Yep, you’ll thank us.

    • Carthage is ranked No. 5 in the country for student participation in short-term study abroad. Every J-Term, hundreds of students travel all over the world on faculty-led study tours. Imagine a month in Sweden, Rome, Cuba, Senegal, India, Japan …

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