For my HIS-347 Midterm, I wrote about love, marriage, and gender in the Italian Renaissance. I feel like I really proved my argument using primary sources of letters, paintings, and books from the period. The paper was well-received by my professor, and I received an A.
Nearly three decades ago, Alan and Laura Katz sat down to dinner, a steaming basket of garlic bread between them, olive oil and vinegar swirling, untouched, already separating as the minutes passed. In their usual restaurant, with their usual menus and their usual table, their […]
My senior year of high school, I began writing a play. For the past four years, I have written, re-written, workshopped, and rewritten again. Finally, I proclaimed it finished. Taking a chance, I submitted it to the Agnes Scott College Writers’ Festival Creative Writing Contest. Over […]
I’m a proud Center for Digital and Visual Literacy tutor! I was hired at the end of last school year to teach my peers and professors about all things digital and visual. This includes video software, photo manipulation software, graphic design, blogging, coding, and […]