Writing Workshop Tutors

Fall 2022 Staff

Alice W. ’25 (she, her) is a political science and math major and a fantasy writer in her free time. She is excited about all aspects of the tutoring process, particularly developing arguments.

Annika H. ’23 (she, her) majors in history and environmental studies and minors in global studies. She has also taken numerous English and music courses and is semi-fluent in Spanish. As a writer and a tutor, Annika enjoys the paper-outlining process and would love to help organize ideas and paragraphs. She is also happy to help review grammar and paper structure. 

Asher G. ’24 (he, him) is a history and political science double major, but has experience in other humanities and social sciences as well. As a writer and tutor, he focuses on structuring outlines and revising drafts to maximize both clarity and the student’s voice.

Ava O. ’22.5 (she, her) majors in English and concentrates in Africana studies and public health. She also enjoys creative writing. As a tutor, she has experience working with EAL writers, and loves brainstorming, organizing, and encouraging confidence in the writing process. 

Cameron P. ’23 (he, him) is an English major and Africana studies concentrator. He enjoys reading (and occasionally writing) poetry, as well as listening to music. As a tutor, he specializes in English and comparative literature writing, but as a former American studies major, he has experience writing for both AMST and history.

Caprice T. ’25 (she, her) is double majoring in political science and economics. She also has extensive experience with American and world history classes. As a tutor, she enjoys brainstorming ideas as well as polishing a finished product.

Charles Y. ’24 (he, him) majors in English and physics. He also has experience working with EAL students and he enjoys helping students plan, organize, and outline ideas for their essays.

Daniel K. ’23 (he, him) is a political science and Chinese major, but also has experience with English papers and creative writing. He hails from Malaysia, and has worked with many EAL writers in the past. As a tutor, he enjoys organizing scattered thoughts and structuring/re-structuring papers.

Ele G. ’23 (she, her) double majors in English literature and history, but she has taken philosophy, political science, and creative writing courses as well. As a former volunteer for the Baltimore College Mentorship Program, she has additional experience helping students brainstorm, draft, and revise application essays. As a writing tutor, she especially enjoys working with students to promote clarity of reasoning and cohesive structure in their writing.

Elias A. C. ‘24 (he, him) is a prospective history and political science double major with interests across the social sciences and humanities. As a tutor, he enjoys all aspects of the writing process from organizing arguments to revising for concision, with a special love for finding and developing voice.

Ella M. ’24 (she, her) is pursuing majors in history and religion and a concentration in Jewish studies. She enjoys working with students to revise papers and focus on clarifying language and argumentation.

Emily K. ’23 (she, her) is double majoring in History and Studio & Art History. In addition to experience with writing research papers for the humanities, she has experience with working with writers who may just be starting to learn about the drafting and revision processes. As a tutor, she especially enjoys helping people transform their nascent ideas into an organized outline.

Emma M. ’23 (she, her) double majors in English and history. She enjoys working with new writers, first-year students, and students coming to the Workshop for the first time.

Emma N. ’25 (she, her) is a prospective history major and environmental studies concentrator. She also has experience in art history and English writing. As a tutor, she loves to help writers find what makes writing a less stressful and more rewarding process.

Frances L. ’25 (she, her) majors in American Studies and concentrates in Asian studies. She is also interested in ethnic studies, religious studies, philosophy, and creative writing. As a tutor, she enjoys helping students organize, structure, and proofread their papers.

Gabriela K. ’23 (she, her) majors in psychology and English. She has experience working with EAL writers, too.

Hannah D. ’25 (she, her) is a prospective English and psychology double major with particular experience editing creative writing. As a tutor, she enjoys helping students develop outlines and find their voice in a variety of academic genres.

Hannah Y. ’25 (she, her) intends to double major in biology and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. She loves writing in the sciences, but also harbors a soft spot for writing for English courses. She is a native Korean speaker with experience tutoring bilingually.

Hen C. ‘22.5 (they, he) majors in English and environmental studies. Being off cycle, they already completed an honors thesis and are especially excited to help students with large research projects.

Homer W. ’23 (he, him) majors in English and political science. He recognizes that the way people approach writing varies significantly, and enjoys helping others figure out what works best for them.

Isabel R. ’23 (she, her) is a history and French double major. As someone who spent most of her life expecting to major in English, she is familiar with both comp lit and composition classes. She is a native speaker of Portuguese (Portugal) and is working on Spanish. As a writer, she loves when description turns into realization, and as a tutor, she enjoys engaging with students’ ideas, working on clarity in drafts, and helping build an affinity for writing.

Izzy W. ‘24 (she, her) is an English and sociology major. As a tutor, she enjoys brainstorming and outlining papers with students who come to the workshop. She also loves working with creative writers!

Jeana F. ‘25 (she, her) is considering majors in comparative literature and political science, with focuses on film studies and political theory. She has experience across the social sciences and humanities, and as a tutor, is eager to help with any writing stage, but most enjoys the brainstorming process and developing one’s voice.

Jon S. ’23 (he, him) majors in political economy and history, but has taken courses across the social science disciplines. He has a strong background in analytical and expository writing, and enjoys helping students craft strong arguments.

Kara H. ‘22.5 (she, her) majors in history and theatre. She has experience in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, playwriting, and poetry.

Ky E. ‘25 (he, him) is a prospective physics and English major with strong interests in math and philosophy. A native Arabic speaker, he has previous experience helping EAL students with their writing. As a tutor, he specializes in prompting students to critically examine their thoughts in order to synthesize an argument.

Katie L. ’25 (she, her) studies political science, English, and psychology. As a tutor, she enjoys outlining papers with students, strengthening their arguments, and revising their drafts.

Lauren B. ’25 (she, her) majors in French and political science. Fluent in French, she loves language, literature, and writing. As a tutor, she loves finding ways for writing to add both clarity and beauty to a paper.

Lee B. ’24 (they, she) majors in anthropology and religion. However, up until last year they thought they would be a math major, so they have experience with writing for Div. III as well. 

Lucy G. ’23 (she, her) majors in both English and psychology, with an interest in WGSS, and will be writing an English thesis this year. She is particularly interested in psychoanalytic and literary theory. As a former pre-med student, she also has experience with writing lab reports (for chemistry and biology courses). As a writing tutor, she loves helping people discover and develop their own writing process, as well as helping people brainstorm ideas for assignments and revise pieces of writing.

Luke C. ’25 (he, him) is a prospective American Studies major, but has has experience in English courses and across humanities writing. He is a big fan of outlining and can help organize and restructure a paper.

Marcello B. ’25 (he, him) is a prospective math and English double major. He also has experience writing for science and philosophy. As a tutor, he enjoys fleshing out and organizing the major ideas in papers.

Margaux K. ‘23.5 (she, her) is an English and psychology double major with a concentration in public health. She loves helping students develop effective writing skills and build confidence in their work. 

Maya J. 25’ (she, her) is a prospective English major and neuroscience concentrator. She enjoys working through the brainstorming process and evaluating the structure and development of an argument. Maya also loves creative writing and values the creative process even when writing academic papers.

Patrick I. ’23 (he, him) is a political economy major with a concentration in justice and law studies. He is also interested in finance, technology, literature, and science. He has experience working with EAL students and enjoys fostering a welcoming environment where others are able to find their writing voice and gain confidence.

Riley Y. ’23 (she, her) majors in studio & art history and philosophy. She has experience working with students from all different disciplines including science, art history, philosophy, political science, economics, and more. As a tutor she enjoys helping students with any part of the writing process, including outlining essays, talking through theses, and working on syntax.

Sasha L. ’25 (she, her) is a prospective political economy major. She has experience writing papers across a variety of disciplines including psychology, English, economics, and political science. As a tutor, she loves brainstorming with peers, planning out papers, and helping with the revision process.

Sasha R. ‘25 (she, her) studies political science, justice and law studies, and leadership studies. She also speaks Russian and has experience translating between English and Russian. As a tutor, she enjoys talking through and organizing ideas.

Sasha T. ’25 (she, her) is a likely English and classics major. She appreciates all kinds of papers and most steps of the writing process, but has a particular penchant for condensing long and meandering writing.

Shaye M. ’25 (she, her) is a prospective history and political science double major. She loves brainstorming persuasive arguments and ensuring clean writing that amplifies each thesis’ power.

Stephanie G. ’23 (she, her) studies political economy and English. As a tutor, she enjoys helping students craft creative and effective arguments at every step of the writing process, from brainstorming to the final revision.

Stephanie T. ’23 (she, her) majors in psychology and political science, but she has also done her fair share of scientific writing as a pre-med student with a concentration in neuroscience. She is a native Mandarin speaker and has worked with many EAL writers. As a tutor, she enjoys brainstorming with writers, organizing the structure and flow of papers, and talking through stylistic choices.

Weiwei L. ’23 (she, they) majors in sociology and comparative literature, though she has experience writing for history, political science, and WGSS courses. She is a native Mandarin speaker and used to be an EAL writer herself. She loves learning about fellow students’ areas of expertise, as well as helping with brainstorming and structuring!