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• Name: Astrid Hanson
• Major: English
• Year: Senior
• Concentration: Creative Writing
• Favorite English Class: E333 – Critical Studies of Popular Texts with Roze Hentschell. “Roze is a great professor. I also liked that we had no exams, we just wrote essays.”
• Currently reading (for leisure): “The Wind Up Bird Chronicle” by Haruki Murakami
• Advice to students: “Always read because you’ll fall behind really fast if you don’t.”
• Dream Job: Editor
• Misc:  “The English department is helpful in finding you internships and careers if you’re interested.”

Please note: this edition of Humans of Eddy was originally published on the English Department’s Facebook page on February 6, 2014. Read more about this series.

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The English Department has two new interns, Brianna and Evelyn, working on telling our story in various ways. One of the ways they are doing so is a project we are calling “Humans of Eddy,” (inspired by the project “Humans of New York“). We plan to showcase the people of Eddy in their “natural habitat,” doing what they do here.

We’ll introduce you to the vibrant and diverse humans who inhabit Eddy Hall (and beyond) and all the interesting things they are working on and thinking about.

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