About Me

Although I’m more of a generalist—I enjoy writing about moms who unironically like Minions just as much as I like writing about monkeypox misconceptions —a common thread throughout my work is my desire to learn from others. Whether it’s talking to anosmics about their day-to-day life, or understanding why a professor decided to name a species after Amanda Gorman, I love connecting with sources, learning about what drives them, and sharing it in a story. To me, every article is a human interest story, whether it’s defined as such or not.

I graduated from Wesleyan University in Connecticut in May of 2022. There, I was very involved with our student newspaper, The Wesleyan Argus, and served as the Editor-in-Chief in the fall of 2021. I majored in biology and psychology, and I like to think that I’m putting those degrees to good use through my science journalism.

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