Alexandra earned a Bachelor's Degree with High Honors in Germanic Languages and Literature in the Spring of 2021. She also gained a certificate in Translation Studies during this time. She wrote her Honors Senior Thesis on the representation of femininity in the works of Arthur Schnitzler. Her research interests include Post-WWII Germany, propaganda, Bauhaus, feminism, and the aesthetics of fascism.
Alexandra currently teaches German 101. She is simultaneously pursuing a Master's Degree in Germanic Studies with hopes of one day becoming a professor.
Post-1800s Germany, Aesthetics of Fascism, Feminism, Bauhaus, Otto Dix, Paul Klee, Bertolt Brecht
Awards and Honors
Robert A. and Eleanor A. Flinn Award
Terry and Mary Claire Welch Award
Pauline Steiner Schwalbe Undergraduate Student Award
William W. & Imelde D. V. Langebartel Award
Additional Campus Affiliations
Students for Environmental Concerns
Pizza FM Student Radio