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Feminist Club sells stickers to support ALIVE

Sophomores Mira Nalbandian and Anna Newberry prepare to sell stickers during first lunch to support the ALIVE program. Nalbandian was grateful for the opportunity to support a cause that was important to her. “If you see other people supporting something, it makes you feel better by supporting it because nobody likes to be alone when they're doing something,” Nalbandian said. “If you have a bunch of people who buy stickers and you can see the stickers, you will think this is a cause that matters, and it's okay to support it.”

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Sharing a message of equality, Feminist Club is raising funds to support the Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment  (ALIVE) organization, a domestic violence shelter for women in the St. Louis area, by selling stickers.  “The mission and purpose of the ALIVE program are definitely very i...

The story behind the stickers

During second lunch, junior Angie Jia works on homework. As the daughter of immigrants, Jia cares for issues surrounding civil liberties and social causes and chose laptop stickers that would represent her passions. “My ‘Immigrants Make America Great’ represents my parents, who I am and who I feel should be empowered in America: immigrants. I value protecting and preserving our environment over industry so I have an environmental awareness sticker too,” Jia said. “My ‘Believe Women' sticker I got around the time of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings because I strongly agreed with what Dr. Christine Blasely Ford was doing by empowering women and believing their stories.”

Kathryn McAuliffe, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

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