I’m a Junior at Tufts University studying Computer Science and Science, Technology, and Society. I like powerlifting, Indonesian coffee, and rap music. I also enjoy reading and writing creative non-fiction.
I try to keep busy.
I work as a Teaching Assistant for COMP 0015, Tufts’ Data Structures class. I am on the board of Tufts Women in Computer Science, and previously served as co-chair of TUSC Film Series. I write for The Tufts Daily as a Contributing Editor in the Arts section, and run a bi-weekly, semi-sincere astrology club called Students Taking Astrology Really Seriously (S.T.A.R.S.).
I am interested in many things.
Outside of coursework, TA-ing, and lifting, I spend time trying to learn about:
- Computer security
- Cyborgs, cyborg feminism
- The Arabic and Armenian languages
- Technology and magic
- Environmental racism
- Women in the field of exercise science
- Art in the ancient Mediterranean/Levant
- And other things…
To see what I have been reading and working on lately, I recommend checking my favorites tab, or my blog.