Tutors Spring 2010


Stephanie Anglin '10
Stephanie is a senior Psychology major from Endicott, NY. When she isn't writing or reading psych labs, she enjoys watching movies, running, and skiing. Although she thoroughly enjoyed her semester abroad in Australia last spring, she is happy to be back on the Hill!
Rebecca Behrens '11
Rebecca is a junior Neuroscience major and English minor from Glendale, AZ. When she's not in the Writing Center, you may see her in the sushi line, which she submits to on a daily basis because of her seafood addiction. Rebecca's interests include satire, Freud, ELO, and Arrested Development. She also firmly believes that Jane Austen was God's gift to English literature, and if you foolishly decide to criticize Pride and Prejudice in her presence, she will bombard you with a diatribe that may extend your conference by 3 hours. 
Jeff Cardoni '11
Jeff Cardoni is an economics and creative writing major from the wonderful state of New Hampshire.  He enjoys rowing, reading, writing, and reading other students' writing.  He works at the Writing Center on Sunday and Monday nights and Tuesday afternoons
Rachel D'Angio '11 
Rachel is a junior Environmental Studies major focusing in biology. Along those lines, she spent the summer working at her local zoo, where her desk was right across from the education animals. As a result, she learned a lot of grammar from a talking parrot, so you're in good hands, or wings.
Allison Eck '12
Allison is a sophomore Comparative Literature and Physics double major who has no idea what prompted her to take on such a crazy combination. Allison is a fan of classical music, the movie Back to the Future, Russian literature, Severus Snape, and dark chocolate Reese's cups. She is also on the Spectator staff, plays clarinet in the orchestra, and has recently decided to teach herself how to play the french horn. Allison looks forward to many exciting writing conferences!
Courtney Flint '11
Courtney is a junior majoring in History with a Comparative Literature minor.
David Foster '10
I am an Economics-Government double major who has lots of boring interests (as oxymoronic as that sounds).  If you like to talk about politics, classical music, or microeconomic theory, we are sure to have a thrilling conference! 
Maeve Gately '12
Maeve Gately is a sophomore planning on a majoring in English and Art History. When she is not in the Writing Center, you will most likely find her stretched out on the quad with a copy of A.S. Byatt's Possession, or (when the snow begins to fall) baking a batch of gluten-free brownies!
Nora Grenfell '12
Nora Grenfell is a sophomore from New York City planning to major in English. She is also co-editor of Features for The Spectator.
Ethan Kamer '10
Ethan Kamer is a senior majoring in History. He hails from Somers, NY.
Stefanie Linnan '11
Stefanie is a junior from Pennsylvania who is majoring in English and Psychology and minoring in awesomeness. In her free time, she enjoys reading, wasting many hours on the Internet, and solving the world's mysteries.
Julia Litzky '12
Julia Litzky is a sophomore from Annapolis, Maryland who is planning on majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in either History or Philosophy.  She is an editor of the Science and Technology section of The Spectator and a member of Emerson Literary Society and the Hamilton College Sailing Team.
Lizzie Marris '10
Lizzie are a senior Sociology major and History minor from Erieville, NY. Among things she enjoys is reading, running, cats, the Bob Newhart Show, and glaring grammatical errors.
Andre Matlock '12
Andre is a sophomore who focuses mainly on the study of Classics and Philosophy.
Phill Milner '10
Phill is a Chemistry and Math double major who spends most of his time doing complicated set theory manipulations, complicated quantum theory manipulations, and complicated work in the lab. In short, his life is really quite simple: he does problem sets. LOTS of problem sets. When not removing large quantities of his bountiful supply of hair over problem sets, Phill can be found playing trombone in the Brass Ensemble and Orchestra, TAing Organic Chemistry lab, and running around outside for those rare glimpses of sunlight before inevitably setting pencil to paper for his next math assignment.
Andrew Peart '10 
Andrew is no longer editor-in-chief of The Daily Bull.
Lauren Perillo '10
Lauren is a senior History major and (possible) Comp Lit minor from Doylestown, Pennsylvania.  Her interests include Hamilton College Trivia Night, penguins, and Bollywood movies.
Preetha Sushmita '11
Preetha is double major in Women's Studies and Development Studies. She likes to think she is an anarchist, so she will sympathize with your reluctance to conform to the rules of grammar. She will, however, make you take out those run-on sentences, awkward phrases and misplaced modifiers. She likes to read witty British novels, plan massacres of the bourgeoisie, and say "full stop" instead of "period." 
Mallory Reed '10
Mallory is a senior Sociology and French major from Potsdam, NY. She enjoys culinary adventures, yoga, swimming, and good conversation. 
Kevin Rowe '10
Kevin is a senior Government major and Environmental Studies minor. He comes to Hamilton and the Writing Center from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Apart from his job at the Writing Center, Kevin is an Adirondack Adventure leader, the president of Democracy Matters, and a member of the Utica Club, 2007 B-league IM hockey champions. He enjoys cooking, working in the Community Farm Garden, and maps.
Kate Sheridan '11
Kate is a junior who is majoring in English with a minor in Hispanic Studies. Luckily for her, grammar is fun in any language! ¡Qué suerte! 
Amy Tannenbaum '10
Amy is a senior Comparative Literature major. She just got back from a semester in Paris, so you might even see her about your French paper! If you bring in a paper about arts and activism, feminist 'zine culture, or nonviolent social movements, she'll be especially excited.
Jordyn Taylor '12
Jordyn is a sophomore from Toronto, Canada. She is double majoring in History and Theatre, and likes reading, writing, and cooking in her free time. She is proud to admit that the Harry Potter series is her favourite piece of writing that she's ever encountered. 
Elizabeth Weber '10
Elizabeth is a senior History major from Southbridge, MA. She enjoys a good nap, but promises not to fall asleep during a conference. She's also afraid of birds. Really, really afraid. Seriously. She's not afraid of other people's writing though, so that's good.
Olivia Wolfgang-Smith '11
Olivia hails from Rhode Island and is a junior majoring in Creative Writing and Russian Studies. In her spare time she plays the banjo very badly.


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