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Alexandra Hill '23, born and raised in Los Angeles, California, is a triple major in English, French, and mathematics, with a minor in statistics. Her passion for mental health is a keystone for much of her academia; she presented her research on mental health accessibility in writing centers at a national conference in 2021, and her three senior honors projects each respectively analyze mental health in literature in unique ways. Beyond her scholarly interests, she works as editor-in-chief of The Laurentian Magazine and The Hill News, is president of the co-ed service fraternity APO, program manager for St. Lawrence’s Volunteer Services, a tutor in both the quantitative resource center and the writing center, and a private tutor for a range of math and French courses.

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Which languages do you speak?
English and French