Eniola Ajao ‘21Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Abuja, Nigeria
Eniola is an intended computer science major from Abuja, Nigeria. She has lived in many places and currently resides in Amherst, Massachusetts, but her favorite place in the world is Brattleboro, Vermont. On campus, Eniola is involved in the Chesick Scholars Program, the Haverford Law Review, is an AMA for Apartment 34, and works in the Hurford Center, Science Library and President's Office. Her hobbies include playing Settlers of Catan, journaling, re-watching The Office and being a minimalist. Eniola is very excited to work in the Writing Center and looks forward to learning new things from your papers.
Anna Bacharach ‘21Major: Undecided
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Anna is an undecided major, but will likely decide on History with a minor in Health Studies. When she isn’t in the Writing Center, you will probably find her in the practice rooms playing piano or outside taking a long walk on the nature trail. A proud Baltimore native, Anna has a soft spot for blue crabs and the Orioles, and loves hiking, baking, and singing (everywhere, at all times, and usually at an obnoxious volume.) She looks forward to working with you on your writing, and welcomes work from all disciplines!
Jane Bary ‘19Major: Political Science
Hometown: Short Hills, NJ
Jane is a political science major from Short Hills, NJ. You'll most likely find her at the library; she thinks that if she spends enough time there, the school won't shut it down for renovations. Unfortunately, Jane was born a Jets fan, and she's hoping this will be the year that she and her sister finally win their fantasy football league. Jane plays on the Haverford tennis team and her biggest accomplishment in life was when she won a tennis match against a guy who was the Bachelor back in the show's early days, before it was cool to watch. She's excited to work at the Writing Center this year!
Frances Condon ‘21Major: Undecided
Hometown: New York, NY
Franny is a sophomore who has the heart of a dancer and cannot dance. She has not yet chosen a major, but likes anthropology and biology. When she isn’t at the Writing Center, Franny is napping, singing with the Mainliners, working with the OMA, tending to her five beautiful plants, making playlists, or doodling. She has a lifelong dream of building a tiny house and owning a real pet.
Allie Corcoran '19Major: Political Science and Spanish
Hometown: Greensboro, NC
Allie enjoys driving at night, taking the bus to random stops, and swimming in sinkholes. She also loves big dogs, big cookies, and big cups of tea. At Haverford, you can find her leading a PAF session in Gummere, making muffins in QuakerHouse, or registering people to vote in the DC. Allie is happy to hear about any project or paper (including ones in Spanish), but she has the most experience with social science and humanities papers.
Faith Danglo ‘19Major: Political Science
Minor: Health Studies
Hometown: Cambridge, MA
Faith is a junior political science major and Health studies minor who is interested in pursuing a career in public health. Outside of school, Faith really likes to bake (and eat!) She has recently gotten into boxing and plans to join a boxing gym in Ardmore this year. Faith particularly enjoyed her political science classes and first-year writing seminar and is looking forward to working with students in these courses.
Lili Domenick ‘19Major: Spanish
Minor: Health Studies and Latin American and Iberian Studies
Hometown: West Chester, PA
Lili loves hiking, running, listening to podcasts, drinking coffee and cooking vegetables. During the summer, she worked at the Puentes de Salud education program. At Haverford, Lili works at the circulation desk in the science library, and spends a lot of time on the nature trail. She enjoys taking classes in Spanish, Health Studies, and Latin American Studies, and would love to help with Spanish papers as well as other papers in any stage of the writing process. Lili treasures the complexity and vulnerability of writing, and feels very privileged to read your work.
Brooke Garbarini ‘20Major: History
Hometown: Boulder, CO
Brooke is a junior history major. Throughout her childhood, she tried many different activities, including soccer, horseback riding, swimming, synchronized swimming, tennis, flute, piano, tap dancing, ballet, and climbing, but did not do a very good job sticking to most of them. These days, she tries to be more decisive about things and is also an avid knitter and reader, a promoter of her home state of Colorado, and a fan of movies, Star Trek, YouTube videos, and podcasts.
Raina Gully ‘21Major: English
Minor: Creative Writing
Hometown: Springfield, IL
Raina is a sophomore planning to major in English and either minor or concentrate in Creative Writing. Her goal after college is to work in New York City as a fiction editor for a publishing company while also writing her own books. Her favorite author is Sarah J. Maas who wrote her favorite book series A Court of Thorns and Roses. In Raina’s free time, she is either reading, writing, running, hiking, or camping. She is also a member of the women’s basketball team at Haverford. Raina is looking forward to working with her fellow students on papers for any subject, especially English.
Batia Katz ‘19Major: Economics
Hometown: New York, NY
Batia is an economics major, but she also loves history, math, and English. Outside of the Writing Center, Batia likes to play the banjo, perfect her sunny-side-up egg technique, and hang around the OAR hoping someone will play a game of Mappy with her. She has experience with many kinds of assignments, including those involving statistical analysis, but she looks forward to working with you in any discipline!
Sujin Kay ‘19Major: Computer Science
Hometown: Eugene, OR
Sujin is a Computer Science major with a minor in Economics. An Oregon native, she loves anything to do with the outdoors, including hiking, camping, and swimming. She plays volleyball, water polo, guitar and piano and also enjoys hiking with her dog and baking. She has experience writing lab reports and welcomes papers written in French, in which she is fluent.
Fiona Kegler ‘21Major: Undecided
Fiona is an undecided humanities major; however, some things she can say for certain are that she is super keen to discuss any and all types of papers or projects, she will bring you tea during sessions if you want (proper British tea), and Beyonce is the Queen of the world. Fiona is into musical theatre, traveling and making sure people's learning differences are recognized and valued.
Miles Knecht ‘19Major: English
Hometown: New York, NY
Miles is a senior with a love of baking, horror films, houseplants, and printing things. While he is now a committed English major, he briefly flirted with physics, religion, fine arts, and the idea of dropping out to live in the woods and keep bees. He also works in admissions and has been involved in theater every semester he's been at Haverford in some way or another.
Katya Konradova ‘19Major: Comparative Literature
Hometown: Benesov, Czech Republic
Katya is a senior from the country of beer and Franz Kafka and a full-time language enthusiast. Besides deciphering novels for her comparative literature major, Katya also enjoys writing and wishing she could rap in French. She is great at making spectacular (read: impossible) post-grad travel plans and her favorite way to kill time is exploring different music genres and cooking with her roommate. She can also be seen working at the Haverford Bookstore, so you will find her fingerprints on some of your textbooks (please do not misuse). Humanities papers are her thing, but she’ll be happy to help you out with anything!
Jacob Landsberg ‘21Major: Undecided
Hometown: Claremont, CA
Jacob has not yet decided on a major, but he is interested in both physics and history. On campus, Jacob is an HCO for the class of 2022, writes for the Clerk and Haverford Law Review, works to feed the homeless in Philadelphia as a member of Street Outreach, and runs distance for Haverford's cross country and track teams. Outside of school, Jacob loves discovering new restaurants, going to the beach, and tracking down dogs on campus to pet.
Mattias Lundberg ‘20Major: Music
Hometown: Bethesda, MD
Mattias is a Music major with a tentative minor in Computer Science. He grew up in a very musical household and taught himself many instruments as a young child, but singing and composing are his biggest focuses. At Haverford, he directs the S-Chords, sings with the Chamber Singers, and is also in various other singing groups around the Philly area. His favorite part of the writing process is the brainstorming phase, and he is a meticulous organizer when it comes to taking scattered ideas and putting them in the right place.
Bonnie McKelvie '21Major: Undecided
I'm Bonnie (they/them) and I'm a sophomore this year. At Haverford, I'm a Peer Awareness Facilitator (PAF) and a Writing Center Tutor, and I lead hiking trips with the PreCustoms Orientation Program (PCOP). I work at a combined tattoo shop and gallery space near campus and I'm part of a few different activist groups. I'm also a member of the weekly figure drawing group, and I do research for under-resourced debate teams across the country. This summer, I worked at Voice of Witness, an oral history non-profit in San Francisco. I'm thinking of majoring in History and Fine Arts, but stay tuned, because that might change. In my free time I love to paint, draw, play and listen to music, make comics, and read. Looking forward to working with all of you!
Jo Mikula ‘20Major: English and French
Jo is an English and French major, but she has loved taking classes in a number of disciplines including political science, art history, philosophy, anthropology, and Peace Justice and Human Rights. She writes for the Bi-Co News and is an editor on Body Text, Haverford’s academic journal. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, cooking food in other peoples’ apartments, and re-watching old episodes of The Great British Bake Off. She is excited to read your work!
Jack Murphy ‘21Major: English
Jack is a sophomore who is planning on pursuing an English major with a French minor and a Pre-Med track. He also has strong interests in History and Philosophy, He loves discovering new music, drinking coffee, reading books, and watching HBOGo. He is always traveling into Philly to find great restaurants, buy new clothing, and go to concerts. Beyond academics, Jack is a tutor with Petey Greene and a member of J Street U.
Ellen Schoder '19Major: History
Hometown: Ardsley, NY
Ellen is a senior history major. She has worked at the Writing Center since sophomore year and always loves meeting new people and talking about writing! Ellen is interested in journalism and writes for The Clerk on campus. She also loves exploring Philadelphia, eating chocolate cake, and playing piano.
Eyasu Shumie ‘21Major: Undecided
Eyasu is a little undecided about what he wants to major in, but he is leaning towards English or Cities. He loves spending time in the outdoors and is a trip leader for the Haverford Outdoors Club. In his free time, he's a fan of playing basketball (trust the process), hiking, and watching movies. He's also a part of FUCS and spends a lot of time listening to and discovering music. He can't wait to read some papers and help people improve their writing!
Elom Tettey-Tamaklo '19Major: Political Science
Hometown: Accra, Ghana
Elom is a senior political science major with a focus on African Politics and Governance. When Elom is not spending time at the Writing Center, he is working at the Office of Academic Affairs (OAR). Elom enjoys exploring other writing-intensive disciplines such as literature, religion and anthropology. A lover of music and the arts, he spends most of his time in the heart of Philadelphia, either singing with the New Spirit of Penn gospel choir or watching performances at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. He is constantly daydreaming about home, and you may catch Elom singing some Ghanaian tunes, which he loves to teach others!
Caroline Tien '20Major: English
Caroline is a junior English major and biology minor. Appropriately enough, she loves reading and writing, as well as animals (she has a sixth sense for when dogs are on campus), art, tennis, and late-night walks (not necessarily in that order). Caroline's taken a wide range of classes over the course of her time at Haverford besides those required for her major and minor, including but not limited to psychology, history, third-year Mandarin, anthropology, classics, and creative writing. Besides working for the Writing Center, she's a writer for student newspaper the Clerk and the Haverford communications department. She looks forward to reading your papers and is comfortable with academic writing in a variety of disciplines!
Rosa Urquiza '20Major: Anthropology
Minor: Health Studies
Hometown: Santa Ana, CA
Rosa is an anthropology major and health studies minor. She wants to pursue a career in public health because she wants to battle the health disparities she grew up seeing within her community. In her free time, she loves painting with watercolors, swimming, taking trips into Philly and hanging out with friends. If not in the Writing Center, you can find her working behind the circulation desk in the Science Library or hanging out in the community house, Existence as Resistance. She is really excited to hear your ideas and more than happy to work with you through any stage of the writing process.
Seanna Viechweg '19Major: English
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Seanna is a senior English major and Education minor with a concentration in Africana Studies. Seanna spent this past summer in Chicago where she performed research and occasionally indulged in deep-dish pizza (she still thinks NYC's pizza is the best). When she’s not up late reading or writing, Seanna enjoys exploring Philadelphia, going to the gym, or binge-watching shows with friends. Seanna is super excited to work at the Writing Center again this year and help students with papers and assignments, as well as confidence in their writing skills!
Jillian Wu ‘20Major: Biology
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Jill is a biology major and an education minor. On campus, Jill is a part of Fords Against Boredom (FAB) and and works in a biology lab over the summer. Outside of school, she likes to read, listen to music, and watch cooking videos. She has experience writing lab reports and looks forward to helping out with any kind of writing!