Kevin Si

By rhpatter on March 22, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Kevin is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences from Houston, Texas majoring in political science and economics. On campus, Kevin is a member of Consult Your Community and works at the Prison Education Project. He’s passionate about using the law and politics for social justice and plans to attend law school after […]

Max Lichtenstein

By rhpatter on March 22, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Max is sophomore from Miami, Florida studying political studies, American culture studies, and psychology. On campus, he is a features editor for the Washington University Political Review, a member of Phi Delta Phi pre-law fraternity, a DJ at KWUR 90.3 FM, and writes for WUnderground, WUSTL’s premier (only) satirical newspaper. He likes listening to music, […]

Pim Otero

By rhpatter on March 22, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Pim is a sophomore in the College Arts & Sciences majoring in global health and environment with a second major in economics & strategy and a minor in healthcare management. On campus, she is a member of the student-run nonprofit GlobeMed as well as the pre-healthcare fraternity Alpha Iota Gamma. After graduation, Pim hopes to […]

Nya Hardaway

By rhpatter on March 19, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Nya is a sophomore from Cleveland pursing a double major in African and African American studies and psychology-neuroscience-philosophy with a minor in women, gender, and sexuality studies.   Passionate about conveying the resilience and resistance of Black women, Nya focuses her research on the performance of sexuality of Black women through popular entertainment.  In addition to […]

Dan Sicorsky

By rhpatter on March 19, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Dan was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and lived there until he was five. He has been a Miami, Florida transplant ever since. He studies political science, writing, and psychology, and his interests lie in storytelling, justice, community-building, and the intersection of art and politics. On campus, he is the co-editor-in-chief of the Washington University […]

Aidan Lisker

By rhpatter on March 19, 2018 in Peer Tutors

Aidan is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in global health and the environment with a possible minor in psychology. Aidan is originally from San Francisco, California. On campus, she serves as vice-president, standards for Kappa Delta sorority and has been selected as a resident assistant for upperclassmen next year.  Aidan […]

Kristen Sze-Tu

By rhpatter on November 13, 2017 in Peer Tutors

Kristen is a senior majoring in English literature with a concentration in creative writing. You can find her on campus running slam poetry events for WUSlam or improvising with her improv group. Kristen likes eating snacks from Lopata, showing up at various film screenings, and driving cross-country. What brought you to The Writing Center? I […]

Erin Kim

By rhpatter on September 15, 2017 in Peer Tutors

Erin is a senior in the Olin Business school, double majoring in economics & strategy and entrepreneurship and minoring in creative writing. She is from Fair Lawn, New Jersey, but prior to that, she was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea until fourth grade. On campus, she is the Mortar Board Week co-chair of […]

Derrick Ogola

By rhpatter on September 13, 2017 in Peer Tutors

Derrick is a junior from Dallas pursuing a double major in philosophy-neuroscience-psychology and biology. He is passionate about researching mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative disease, planning to pursue MD/PhD training. On campus, Derrick is co-founder and president of PIH Engage, secretary of the Collegiate 100, an English-Swahili tutor for East African refugees, and an avid bassoonist. While […]

Valerie Otti

By rhpatter on June 12, 2017 in Peer Tutors

Valerie is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in global health and the environment and minoring in biology with hopes of practicing medicine in the future. She is from Lagos, Nigeria, where she attended boarding school for six years before moving to the United States. On campus, she is involved with […]