- May 26, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
“You had me at hello.”
Or something like that. That’s how I was introduced to STAND, some 6, going on 7 years ago. I was a new student wandering around a chaotic club fair, when someone with a hastily made STAND sign started talking to me. I had never heard of Darfur, and I sure as heck hadn’t heard of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The rest, as they say, is history.
- May 15, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
It’s that time of year again: graduation time! It’s the time when we at STAND have to say good-bye to some of our strongest and most influential student leaders. This year, six of STAND’s Managing Committee members are graduating, and our Student Director is also leaving her post.
- May 02, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
This guest piece is by Ruth Gonazalez, a junior at Miami Dade College studying Journalism. The views represented here do not necessarily represent the views of STAND.
- April 24, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Robin Garabedian graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in May 2013, where she served as co-coordinator of UMass STAND from April 2010 to April 2012. In the fall, she will be returning to UMass to begin graduate studies in rhetoric and composition. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- April 23, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Fast Facts: Colleen Fonseca is one of STAND's Emerging Conflict Analysts. Currently she is a junior at St. John's University, studying Government and Politics. She is also involved with SJU STAND and is currently serving as her chapter’s President.
Why did you first get involved in STAND and how have you been involved since then?
- April 14, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Fast Facts: Sonia Sen is STAND’s amazing Communications Coordinator. She attends the University of Arizona, where she’s majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Spanish and Geography (she’s the definition of worldly). She also is lucky enough to have the cutest dog in the world, Teddy.
- April 08, 2014Posted by:Comments:0
Evan Shively started his interest with international human rights during his time as vice president of STAND at Christopher Newport University. After graduating he spent a semester traveling the country talking about the grassroots driven changes happening in North Korea. Evan has spent time as a programs intern for STAND and is now currently awaiting to hear back from graduate school. Evan is a guest blogger and the views expressed here are not necessarily representative of STAND.