Hazel Stark is a Resource Management and Conservation Master’s student who recently moved to Keene from northwestern Wyoming where she completed the Teton Science School Graduate Program focused on place-based education and field ecology. Hazel grew up in the woods of central Maine and completed her undergraduate degree in Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, ME. Before coming to Antioch, Hazel spent a few years teaching science to a range of ages at outdoor schools in California, Wyoming, and New England. In addition to her studies at Antioch, Hazel works as a writing tutor at the Monadnock Waldorf High School. When Hazel is not in class or the Writing Center, you might find her exploring the great outdoors with a camera and pen in hand and typing up her discoveries on her blog, “Partridge, Pine, and Peavey.”
Rachel McHale is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program.She completed her undergraduate degree at Hartwick College, where she majored in Psychology and Religious Studies. She also worked as a tutor at Hartwick’s Writing Center for two years. She enjoys creative writing, hiking, fencing, and hockey.
Sasha Breus is a second year Environmental Studies student dabbling in everything from waste management to group facilitation. Upon completing a degree in Geology at Smith College, Sasha moved to Boston where she taught undergraduate science labs full time at a large university. After a couple years of working as a teaching assistant, Sasha decided to return to school and began attending the Environmental Education program at Antioch. This past summer, Sasha made the move from Boston to Keene, and is thrilled by the fresh air, the proximity to campus, and the presence of the marvelous Mount Monadnock.
George Hurvitt is a Business in Sustainability Master’s student who grew up in Maine, and has a background in Agriculture, Environmental Science, and Language. Before moving to Keene, she was most recently farming in the Central Valley in California. George got her undergraduate degree from Smith College, and is excited to living this part of the world again.
Lauren Weisberg is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program. As an undergraduate student at SUNY Geneseo, Lauren was a teaching assistant for several psychology classes, helping students with papers and other assignments. Lauren is still figuring out what she wants to do in the field of clinical psychology, but is interested in feminist psychology. She looks forward to seeing you in the writing center!