Hannah Fisher is not your sugary, freckled girl-next-door. Instead, this freshman theater and English major takes on the style and persona of a spunky, post-modern feminist with a taste for “drapey” clothing. On campus, Hannah is insanely busy with school work and extracurricular activities. When she’s not in class or rehearsal, she can be found working on her own movement theatre project, Pendulum, or serving on StuCo.’s WAVE board. She reads (and enjoys) Jane Austen, wastes time on Tumblr and occasionally listens to Fall Out Boy, without shame. Indeed, Hannah has absolutely no need to justify herself. This girl is too cool for school, and I may or may not have a total girl crush on her.
Name: Hannah Fisher
Major: theater and English
Hometown: Denver, Colorado
Your style in five words: Outward. Offbeat. Stripes. Comfortable. Drapey.
Favorite wardrobe item: Black lace jacket dress.
Guilty pleasure(s): Definitely “Call Me Maybe.” I love that song…honestly I’m not even that guilty about it.
Current favorite trend: Mint green and that matte grey color that goes with it.
Current least favorite trend: Maxi dresses. I don’t know what it is about them.
Current obsession: A poem called “Genesis” by Billy Collins. It’s about love and also about the significance of carrying it everywhere you go. It’s based on the rib in the story of Genesis, and the narrator tells this girl that what if Adam is the rib that came from Eve instead of the other way around, then he (the narrator) would wear her (his lover’s) rib.
Work-out routine: Right now? The 15-day trial version of yogaglow.com.
On your playlist: Of Mice and Men, Great Lake Swimmers, Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver and this song called “Flaws” by Bastilles that is really hard to find.
Go-to movie: Casablanca. And also Lion King 2, but only because it’s the movie you show people who say all Disney sequels suck. It’s cheesy in a beautiful way.
Favorite fictional character: Emma Bovary from Madame Bovary. She embodies the kind of person who goes after what she wants in spite of everything else. Even though that’s such a deep problem, it’s remarkable in her time period…And I love the fact that she was such a sexual woman in her time.