Apple & Quill: Tulia Day '18 and Adam Evertz '17

Tulia Day was born in Philadelphia and spent her childhood in San Francisco and Ireland, waiting to sleep until the cows came home. Tulia Day is not her legal name. Tulia is a junior, studying creative writing and art. She is also the poetry editor of red weather.

Adam Evertz '17 is a comparative literature major born in Vienna, Austria and raised in Torrington, CT. On campus he is co-head editor of red weather. His favortie content is Moby Dick and Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Orthodox Calvinism.

Open mic readers: Martha Redmond and Pat Legates.

 

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Alex Rihm

Research & First Year Experience Librarian, Hamilton College

Alex Rihm serves Hamilton's first year students and the faculty who teach them in her work as Research and First Year Experience Librarian; she also provides support to the Hispanic Studies and Latin American Studies departments. Her professional interests include information literacy instruction and assessment.  Alex holds her MLIS from the University of Washington in Seattle and BA degrees in International Affairs and Hispanic Studies from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR.