> Apathetic? Not these
to End the Death Penalty
"Our purpose is to work toward the abolition of the death penalty
while fighting for the rights of current death row inmates,"
says first-year and co-founder David Gardner.
wanted a group that would be dedicated to social-justice issues
on a direct-action basis as opposed to a more academic slant,
" says member Andrea Pastor, a third-year psychology and English
main goals of ECO are to foster an environmental conscience
among students and to make them more aware of environmental
concerns," says member Niels Bradshaw, a third-year biology
Majority Leadership Alliance
raising awareness, education, and action we hope to ensure that
women's issues are acknowledged by all, and we hope to work
for greater equality both on and off campus," says member Rebekah
Lusk, a third-year Law, Letters, and Society concentrator.
"South Asia Watch
was created as a forum to rethink the multiple renderings of
South Asia and the South Asian diaspora... and learn from its
regional particularities and commonalities," say co-founders
Anisa Rahim, a fourth-year English and South Asian studies concentrator,
and Amy Paul, a fourth-year in public policy.
for a Free Tibet
"We want to educate others about the situation in Tibet and
to encourage them to do what they can to help," says co-founder
and president Adrienne Stauffer, a third-year chemistry and
South Asian languages and civilizations concentrator.