Welcome, fellow Homo sapiens!

My name is Julien Cherry. I study computer science and linguistics at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. In between my studies, I’ve also spent a total of a year writing software at ProGlove in Munich and Pivotal Software in New York City.

On campus, I’m a research assistant for Janet Randall’s Linguistics & Law Lab, where we study how to improve comprehension of legal language. I also spend my time volunteering for Operation Friendship of America, a youth exchange organization I’ve been with since high school.

Other than that, I love stargazing, sending mail, and doing 35-mm photography. I enjoy learning, art, handwriting & typography, and travelling—one of my favorite recent trips was visiting St. Louis for the solar eclipse. I also like to write every so often and work on projects in my spare time.