Alpha Theta prides itself on its members who undertake leadership positions to ensure that our house grows and thrives. Need to get in touch with one of them? Find most of our execs below!
Lauren Bishop ’19 comes from Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from The Bolles School as a recipient of the Dean’s Award for Leadership. At Dartmouth, Lauren is majoring in history and minoring in public policy with a focus on foreign affairs. During the winter of 2018, Lauren interned with the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs where she organized their annual conference with keynote speaker Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and over 315 attendees. In the fall of 2016, Lauren interned at the White House under President Obama in the Office of Presidential Correspondence where she read and responded to letters from the American people on behalf of the president. In March of 2016 Lauren participated in the Model Arctic Council in Fairbanks, Alaska and in June of 2017 she participated in the Model Arctic Council at Dartmouth, winning “Best Delegate” during both conferences. She has a passion for traveling and has visited 26 countries as well as Antarctica. Lauren is a War and Peace Fellow, a Presidential Scholar, a former Great Issues Scholar, and a student assistant within the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy.
Will Maresco is a ‘19 from Syracuse, New York majoring in Theater and minoring in Engineering and Digital Arts. He gets the distinct honor of vice presidenting this glorious monstrosity of a house. On campus, Will enjoys working on theatrical productions, including The Baltimore Waltz, Chicago, The Cotton Patch Gospel, Urinetown and, most recently, as the sound designer for Hair. When not in a booth or in the wings, Will can be found working in the theater scene shop. Will likes to spend any free time cooking, skiing, or sleeping. Will also serves on the Gender-Inclusive Greek Council as the Vice President.
Hi! I’m Emma and I have been placed in charge of guarding our treasure, because I am a linguist who can vaguely do math. As treasurer, I am in charge of collecting dues, approving or denying purchases, and generally making sure our house stays financially afloat. I am a linguistics major, I minor in Arabic, I’m a drill instructor for French, I’m a research assistant for a project on Seenku, and in my spare time I work on Samoan. This never confuses me. Catch me speaking the wrong language, either in our kitchen making food, leading Cabin and Trail trips to the mountains, or consuming worrying amounts of coffee. If you have any questions about our finances, or if you just want to say hi, please don’t hesitate to come talk to me!
Hi! I’m Ned and I’m one of the house managers of Alpha Theta! I’m an Environmental Studies major interested in wildlife conservation and forestry. Outside the house, I’m a leader in the DOC hiking club Cabin and Trail and a member of the Woodsmen’s Team. Also, I’m also a discussion facilitator in Movement Against Violence (a peer sexual assault prevention organization). I love to spend time outdoors, cook delicious food, and play music with friends (music makes my day). Talk to me about the fine arts of fire building and tasteful flannel.
My name is Lawrence Abu-Hammour! I'm a '19 at Dartmouth that loves really anything and everything. I am an Engineering Sciences major with a concentration in Mechanical Engineering and a modified major in American History and Arabic Culture and History. I used to be in search of a community where I can feel right at home and today, Alpha Theta is that place. I am a Youtuber and love doing it and have been doing it for a long time now. I love anime, video games, and watching great TV shows and movies. I'm a huge Netflix junkie honestly. Video games from Nintendo and Sony, and any anime but I love comedic animes. I work at the Thayer School Machine Shop and Dartmouth on campus. I'm starting to get into professional photography and want to learn more programming languages. I'm a history junkie and love getting into political discussions or discussions in general. In my free time, I spend my evenings at the house playing board and video games and chilling with my many friends from the house. I love a nice, clean board game. Finally, I'm all around very big on exploring and would love to get to know the membership and any potential new members a lot better. Fun Fact: my guidance counselor from High School was a Dartmouth '73 and is a trustee at Dartmouth and he was also an Alpha Thetian!
Lex Foote is from Tallahassee, Florida and spends most of his time at Dartmouth regretting that he moved to somewhere with snow. He’s majoring in English and minoring in French and Environmental Studies, because he’s some kind of overachiever and didn’t want any time to take non-degree classes apparently. Find him in Alpha Theta, in the Sanborn basement, or, now that spring is finally here, on the Green basking in the sun like a lizard. As Academic Chair, he rewards the most motivated members with candy and schmoozes our favorite professors with catered dinner and fancy cheeses.
Hi, I’m Dominika Cornejo, a '20 from Wichita, Kansas. I’m pre-med majoring in Neuroscience and maybe minoring in Global Health or WGSS. On campus, I’m a member of the Dartmouth policy debate team and am the External Communications Director for Globemed at Dartmouth. I’m also the student assistant for the Internships Program at Rocky. Feel free to contact me if you want to learn more about the house or want to discuss finding or getting funding for an internship.
Owen "Danger Boy" O'Leary '19 is Alpha Theta's secretary this year. You know him! He hails from bucolic Hanover, New Hampshire, and is majoring in Theater at Dartmouth with a minor in Education. What a nerd! Outside of Alpha Theta, Owen sings a cappella in The Sing Dynasty and is involved in theatrical productions through the Theater Department. As secretary, Owen takes minutes, sends emails, and manages listservs. Fun! If you need to get on Fi-Uh, let him know.
Tara is a ’19 from Oyster Bay, New York and is double majoring in Linguistics and German. If she forgets English words sometimes, it’s because she spent her junior fall and winter studying abroad and interning in Germany. Tara volunteers at the Spark! Community Center, is Vice President of the German Club, and conducts linguistic research as a Presidential Scholar. In her spare time, she likes to run towards bears in Pine Park, run away from said bears, hang with friends, eat dessert, and dance around using her hairbrush as a microphone.