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about︎︎︎


Hi! I’m a University of Michigan Neuroscience student, writer, and social media creator. 

Quick links
+ Newsletter (sent out monthly/whenever I feel like it)
+ Tix to upcoming comedy show in NYC (note: pushed back to March 18th!!!!)
 


press etc︎︎︎




Depths of Wikipedia
I started @depthsofwikipedia on Instagram amidst quarantine boredom and it’s now expanded to TikTok and Twitter

+Buzzfeed Video Creator Spotlight: “Weird Wikipedia Facts”
+Mashable Interview: “Travel down a Wikipedia rabbit hole with the mastermind behind Depths of Wikipedia on Instagram”
+Wikimedia Diff Interview: From the Depths of Wikipedia: an interview with Wikimedian and influencer Annie Rauwerda

+Forbes Interview: “The Weirdest Entries on Wikipedia. Creator Spotlight: @depthsofwikipedia”
+Wikipedia edit-a-thon!
+ i-D interview:
“This account dug up the weirdest things on Wikipedia.”
+Inside Hook Interview: “How one Instagram account finds the weirdest stuff on Wikipedia”
+Lithium Magazine Interview: “The viral Instagram page diving into the depths of Wikipedia”
+Shoutout in Eater
+Tastefully Offensive Interview:
“If you search Wikipedia long enough, you’ll find the dark and funny “depths”
+
The Chive: “A Page Dedicated to the Weirdest Side of Wikipedia”
+Stephen Harrison Newsletter :“My favorite Instagram account acknowledges the simple truth: Wikipedia is weird.” 
+Bored Panda Interview: “This page is dedicated to the weird side of Wikipedia”
+Brief mention in the New York Times (thanks Sam Sifton!). My other brief mention in the NYT is here, in an article called “College is Everywhere Now,” where I told Taylor Lorenz about how I was living in NYC but taking classes from University of Michigan!!