Charlotte Larson
Charlotte Larson ‘24 is a Sustainability: Food Systems major minoring in Spanish. Coming from Chicago, she came to Chatham in search of fellow students who share her passions for farming, weird art, sustainability, and impactful conversations. Charlotte is a contributing writer for the Communiqué and loves to write about local art, campus life, and the things that make us human. Before coming to Chatham, she enjoyed writing literary analysis pieces and personal narratives surrounding the same topics. Charlotte was previously the editor of her high school’s art and literary magazine, Troubadour, and is now involved with the Minor Bird. She hopes to integrate her writing and language interests into a future career in sustainable agriculture. You can usually find her walking to pick up Noodlehead takeout, or at [email protected]

Charlotte Larson, Contributing Writer

Nov 16, 2020
On Writing: Chatham MFA creative writing faculty share insights into their process, work (Story)
Nov 06, 2020
Students, faculty experience Zoom burnout (Story)
Oct 12, 2020
Things to do: Observing the nation in An-My Lê’s ‘On Contested Terrain’ (Story)
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Charlotte Larson