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Alexandra Hill (she/her/hers), born and raised in Los Angeles, California, is a member of the Class of 2023 at St. Lawrence University with a triple major in English, French, and mathematics, as well as a minor in statistics. Hill’s student research utilizes math to analyze the portrayal of mental health in literature. Beyond her scholarly interests, she works as editor-in-chief of The Laurentian Magazine and managing editor of The Hill News. She is president of the co-ed service fraternity APO, program manager for St. Lawrence’s Volunteer Services, and holds executive positions in the New York State and local levels of the service organization Circle K International. She mentors her peers as a community assistant, as a tutor in both the quantitative resource center and the writing center, and as a private tutor for a range of math and French courses.


CIIS Virtual Internship Program

Summer 2021 Project Showcase

Sentimental Analysis
Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics
Bar graph of number of derogatory mental health terms used in a novel in chronological publishing order.
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Alexandra Hill