Hello, Mathey! Originally from Boston, I grew up in the bustling metropolis of Temple, New Hampshire. After concentrating in the Comparative Study of Religion at Harvard, I spent a year in Turkey, where I waited tables, practiced verb tenses, and learned to make pastries while working at a women's cooperative. I'm now a third year in the Department of Comparative Literature, where I study Twentieth Century labor migration in Turkish and German literature. This is my first year as a Mathey RGS, and I'm thrilled to be residing in the area near the new Edwards Collective. I look forward to participating in this inaugural year, working together to create a supportive space for critique and collaboration.