Welcome to my website! I am a sophomore at the University of Mary Washington, majoring in Environmental Science. Here you can find different projects
and webpages I have worked on so far in my college career! I am also interested in computer science and hope to minor in it. For fun I usually
play field hockey, read, watch Netflix, and spend time with my friends.
You can contact me through my Twitter profile.
My blog chronicles most of my digital studies work, including the processes and outcomes of projects.
All projects mentioned below have corresponding blog posts!
- In an exercise to determine "fake news" and "alternative facts" from truth, my
Digital Polarization Project
researches a claim to determine its origin and if there is any truth to it.
- Digital Archaeology was a big project in DGST 101. Taking apart an electronic device and searching for its origins makes for a good
- Twitter bots were one lesson, and I found the multitude of nonsensical phrases my bot produced to be quite amusing. My Twitter bot lives
- My favorite project was during our methodology module. I created a map depicting Alexander Hamilton's immigration journey.