Hannah is a sophomore dual majoring in Intercultural Competencies and Inclusive Childhood Education. She grew up in Budapest, Hungary as a missionary kid, and now she’s in Houghton drinking London Fogs and waiting for time to work on a novel. She grew up on Star Wars and The Hobbit, and her love for these has aged well. The first poem she ever memorized was The Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll, which gave her a special tenderness towards nonsense poetry. Hannah connects with koalas on an emotional level, and she listens to musicals when she’s doing homework. She enjoys movie nights, star gazing, sitting next to any body of water, rain, dark chocolate, spontaneously reenacting scenes from movies or plays, and tea with biscuits.