Thursday, January 28, 2021

Support for Radford University Students

Academic Support:
CHBS Writing Center: assistance with all stages of the writing process (getting started, organization, drafting & revising, grammar & mechanics, format & structure, and citation & documentation, etc.). CHBS 4800 (above Starbucks)

Harvey Knowledge Center: one-on-one and small group consulting, seminars and other tools and resources to help you boost your academic success. 4th floor McConnell Library.

McConnell Library: Access the library, archives, and get help with citations and research.

Office of Student Success (OSS): advances a student centered culture of individual success and academic persistence through collaborative and proactive initiatives. OSS provides support and guidance to students as they pursue their academic and personal goals. Contact OSS for assistance in developing success strategies such as time management and creating effective study schedules.

Registrar: Questions about classes, withdrawing/adding classes, academic calendar, etc.

Emotional/Personal/Physical/Social Support:
Center for Accessibility Services: is committed to the ongoing goal of access and inclusion so that all individuals on campus can fully participate in the university experience. CAS serves and supports students, family members and visitors seeking reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Center for Diversity and Inclusion provides a concentrated focus on the progress, success and concerns of underrepresented populations on Radford University’s campus, including African-American, Asian-American, LatinX and Native American students. Additionally, CDI offers programming and resources for faith and religion interests and the LGBTQ+ community. Heth Hall 157.
Dean of Students: Personal Issues or concerns related to the ability to complete a course.


Office of Institutional Equity Radford University is committed to providing an educational and work environment free from any discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy status, and veteran status. The Office of Institutional Equity forwards and monitors the University's continuing commitment to equal opportunity compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. 314B Tyler Place, 2nd Floor [Tyler Avenue next to Subway]. To report an instance of racial or sexual discrimination or harassment or sexual assault, CLICK HERE.


Safe Zone at Radford University is a collaborative effort among students, staff, and faculty to secure trustworthy allies and supportive, safe spaces on campus for students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and questioning. Safe-Zone trained allies can be found across the campus and community, just look for their Safe Zone stickers.


Student Counseling Services can help with adjusting to college life, relationship or family concerns, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and many other issues you may experience, including how to help a friend who is struggling. Tyler Hall Basement.


Substance Abuse and Violence Educations Services (SAVES): provides education, counseling, advocacy and support for students dealing with substance abuse or sexual violence. SAVES will also help students to help others who are struggling. Tyler Hall Basement.

Financial Support:


Career Closet provides professional business attire to Radford University students free of charge. Russell Hall 331
Financial Aid Office


HEHROS Please contact HEHROS if you or a student you know is experiencing food or housing insecurity or if they are at risk for becoming homeless. 274 Heth Hall (Dean of Students). All correspondence with HEHROS is confidential.


Military Resource Center is here to serve student veterans, active military and reserve members, spouses, and military dependents. We understand that you have unique needs and responsibilities, and we are here to support your academic efforts . Russell Hall, 4th Floor.

Technology Support:
Contact the RU Help Desk with all issues relating to Browsers, connection concerns, internet speed issues, access to MyMedia or MyMedia related questions and general computer concerns: 540.831.7500 (hours of operation include 9-4 all days other than holidays)
Contact D2L Support for all issues involving D2L: Note, this is a 24/7 line: 540.831.7500 (option 3)
Guides: D2L Resource center

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Bella Abzug and Gloria Steinem at Radford University

McConnell Library Archivist, Bud Bennett, has taken the time to transfer original "Different Voices" interviews with these two second wave feminist leaders. Different Voices was a radio show on Radford University campus station WVRU (89.9FM).

In her interview, from 1980, Abzug talks with Jeff Douglas about the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment), which is again in the news as Virginia tries to ratify the amendment first introduced by Alice paul in 1923. Abzug also discusses the lack of women in political office, and her disappointment with Jimmy Carter's lack of support for the ERA and women in general.

Steinem, Interviewed by Cindy Thomas in 1981, discusses the Reagan administration's views on abortion, and what those would mean for women's right to choose. Steinem also discusses the Ms. Foundation, then fewer than 10 years old, and Thomas asks her to speculate about the future (1990), and what Steinem sees as her own contribution to the Women's Movement. Steinem closes with her thoughts about the diversity of the movement at the time.                                                    


Bella Abzug and Gloria Steinem are but two of the prominent Jewish Women in the Women's movement. In fact, the women largely credited with kicking off or leading both the second and third waves of feminism, Betty Friedan, Steinem, Susan Faludi, Rebecca Walker, and Naomi Wolf, are all Jewish. You can hear more about these women, and others, at Samantha Green's Women's History Month talk on March 28 at 4:00pm in Heth 22. 

Also stay tuned for RU's participation in the 3rd annual campus ERA day, April 15, 6:00-7:30. One of the speakers for this live streamed event is Gloria Steinem.





Friday, February 22, 2019

Guest Post: When I Was Growing Up by Chaniya Trent (ft. Nellie Wong)


When I Was Growing Up is a poem by Nellie Wong that tackles her earlier feelings with race. Like many people during their youth, Wong constantly compared herself to the images and displays around her. There was little Asian representation within the media, especially for those with darker skin. Wong explains the pressure she felt to act and to be a white person. She constantly tried to change herself to become the ideal white woman. Wong goes on to say how she saw women in the media who had “blonde hair, white skin, and sensuous lips.” As she grew older, Wong felt out of place from society and as if her ethnicity was the opposite of American.

When reading this poem, many of her experiences felt like my own. Euro-centric beauty was always the forefront of this society and unless I was in a predominantly black space, I never saw any different. The perceptive my mother gave me as beautiful and the “American Woman” versus the one shown throughout the world confused me. I was never the prettiest one in the room so doubled with that and my strong black features, self-hatred came easy. My negro nose, big eyebrows, and deep voice were all unwanted by boys and girls alike.

I went over this poem about four times and each read hurt more than the one before. Knowing my own issues, I felt for Wong and wished none of these emotions were experienced by her. She described herself as being dirty because of her race and describes the Asian slums. I feel her situation made mine look childish because I had little things that she did not. I had Bratz dolls, whose features resembled mine. It’s very upsetting that Nellie felt this way, America the “Land of the Free” didn’t welcome her with open arms, but rather ones she had to claw open. As women, it is terribly difficult to get away from the idea that you are expected to look a certain way, it’s in commercials, magazines and movies. Wong also discusses her shame towards men of her ethnicity and how honored she felt when white men would ask her on dates, feeling as if she upheld the reputation of the “oriental chick”. Living in America, women of every color and race should not have to try to act or look like the perfect woman. Media elevates this issues and in my opinion, shows the truth of how ugly American can truly be.

Women's History Month 2019







March 1, 1:00-1:50, Kyle 320, Dolores Huerta: The Powerful Untold Story of a Latina Social & Civil Rights Activist, Guadalupe Sanchez.

March 4, 12:00-12:50, Peters C146, Gender & Power in Early America: Perspectives from CORE-History Connections. Student Presenters: Mikayla Jarrell, Ferrari Mitchell, Kaitlin Mossor, Sidney Nelson, Maddie Swecker. Instructor Moderators: Jennifer Hedges, Mikaela Kelley, Michele Ren.

March 4, 7:30-9:30, Peters B112, Paradigm Shift: An Evening of Women’s Work Radford University Department of Dance

March 5, 4:00-5:00, CHBS 1006, Captain Marvel: Higher, Further, and Faster from Comics to Cinema, Matthew J Smith.

March 5, 6:00-8:00, Heth 43, Five Women Scientists You Should Integrate Into Your Lessons, Mythianne Shelton.

March 5, 6:00-7:00, Heth 14, Heroic Women in History. Diversity Awareness Programming Board (DAP).

March 6, 1:00-1:50, Heth 43, Circle of Life Intergenerational Dialogue: Women 50+ Michele Ren.

March 6, 4:00-5:30, Heth 16, Take A Hike: Improve your Wellness by Getting Out! Anja Whittington (Faculty) and Maggie Brown (Student)

March 7, 12:30-1:30, Heth 22, A Bicentennial Celebration of the Lives and Works of Queen Victoria and George Eliot. Courtney Simpkins.

March 8, 1:00-1:50pm, Refugee Women, Haley Nunez (Student) and Tay Keong Tan (Faculty).

March 8, International Women’s Day.

March 18, 5:00-6:00, CHBS 1006, Visibility within the LGBTQ+ Community: A Discussion on Identity, Erasure, & Awareness. Panel moderated by Justine Jackson.

March 19, 2:00-3:00, McConnell Library ILC B, Sexism and Search Engines. Alyssa Archer and Lisa Dinkle.

March 19, 5:00-6:00, CHBS 1006, Teen Pregnancy and termination rates in Virginia: trends and factors . Kate Brennan and Rachel Scott.

March 19, 6:00-7:00, Heth 14, Pillow Talk: A Sex Positive Discussion Panel. Diversity Awareness Programming Board (DAP).

March 20, 1:00-1:50, Heth 43, Circle of Life Intergenerational Dialogue: Women in their 30s & 40s. Sarah Hastings.

March 20, 7:00-8:00, Heth 16, Lucy Sprague Mitchell, a pioneer in feminism. Kalie Hamilton & Elena Kahila.

March 20, 7:30-8:45, Davis Performance Hall, Covington Center, "Let Her Voice be Heard" University Choral Ensembles concert explores texts written by women including Enheduanna (2300 BC), Charlotte Tall Mountain, Emily Dickinson, and Maya Angelou. Meredith Bowen.

March 21, 1:00-2:00, Heth 16, Conversations with Women in STEM, REALISE/Women from ACSAT

March 21, 6:00-7:00, Heth 16, The Role Gender Plays in the News Media Coverage of Female Candidates. Stephanie McFadden.

March 22, 10:00-10:50, Young 311, Chinese Women. I-Ping Fu.

March 22, 1:00-1:50, Kyle 320, "Taxing Women": How Women Affect, and are Affected By, Tax Law. Stephanie Bradley.

March 25, 3:00-3:50, Heth 22, The Feminine Rising: Women and the Visual Arts. Roann Barris and students: Reilly Gordon, Melissa Schappel, Savannah Penven, Alie Amick, Mina Hatami, Sonia Wu.

March 25, 5:00-6:00, Heth 43, Women in Science and Engineering Trivia. Anna Curtis.

March 26, 6:00-7:00, Heth 14, Women in the Workforce . Diversity Awareness Programming Board (DAP).

March 26, 7:00-8:30, Bonnie Auditorium, Chisolm ‘72: Unbought and Unbossed. Women’s Studies Club.

March 27, 1:00-1:50, Circle of Life Intergenerational Dialogue: Women in their teens & 20s. Sarah Hastings.

March 27, 5:30-7:00, McGuffey 203, Life after College: The Power of the Internet to Support your Artistic Future. April Bowles. Reception at 5:00pm.

March 27, 7:00-9:30, Bonnie Auditorium, Fefu and Her Friends Orchestra Reading. Written by María Irene Fornés. Directed by David Beach.

March 28, 11:00-12:00, Heth 22, No Holds Bard: Shakespeare's Dynamite Women. Amanda Kellogg, Emily Keck, Robyn Berg, Molly Hood, and Wesley Young.

March 28, 4:00-4:50, Heth 22, Jewish Women in the Women’s Movement. Samantha Green.

March 29, 2:30-3:30, Peters B112, Diana, Hunter of Bus Drivers: An Exploration of Feminine Rage (Dance Performance). Rachel Rugh.

April 5, 2:00-3:00, CHBS First Floor Atrium (Main Street Side). Closing Reception with speaker Patricia Ramirez.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

WGST Courses for Fall 2018, Radford University

The following courses being offered in the Fall 2018 semester will count towards the Minor in Women's and Gender Studies at Radford University. 

CRJU 365    Diversity Issues in the Criminal Justice System   
        1    ONLINE        Bakhitah Brenda Abdul-Ra'uf    ONLINE   
        2    ONLINE        Bakhitah Brenda Abdul-Ra'uf    ONLINE   
        3    MWF     1:00 - 1:50    TBA    HB 3000   
        4    MWF     2:00 - 2:50    TBA    HB 3000   

ENGL 414    Shakespeare and Justice: Working with women's offender population.       
        1    T    2:00-5:00    Kellogg, Amanda        Open to all majors!

ENGL 453     The Female Literary Tradition    
        1    TR    11:00 - 12:15    TBA    TBA   
                           
HLTH 325    Diversity of Health in US   
        1    TR    11:00 - 12:15    Pamela Frasier    TBA   
                           
HLTH 453    Human Sexuality   
        1    TR    12:30 -1:45    Pamela Frasier    TBA   
                           
HUMD 300    Human Growth and Devel: Birth to Adol   
        1    R    5:00 - 8:00    Boyoung Park    TBA   
        2    TR    11:00 - 12:15    Wendy Eckenrod - Green    TBA   
        3    TR    9:30 - 10:45    Wendy Eckenrod - Green    TBA   
        4    W    1:00- 3:50    Wendy Eckenrod - Green    TBA   
        5    M    9:00 - 11:50    Tracey Seymour Nielson    TBA   
                           
NURS 366    Nursing of Childbearing Family    ALL IN ROANOKE
        1    T    8:00 - 10:50    TBA    EC 613   
        2    T    8:00 - 10:50    TBA    EC 613   
        3    T    8:00 - 10:50    TBA    EC 613   
        4    T    8:00 - 10:50    TBA    EC 613   
        5    T    8:00 - 10:50    TBA    EC 613   
                           
NUTR 316    Nutrition in the Life Cycle I   
        1    TR    8:00 - 9:15     Laurie Bianchi    TBA   

NUTR 405    Community and Cultural Nutrition   
        1    TR    8:00 - 9:15    Jyotsna Sharman    TBA     

PSYC 218    Adolescent Psychology   
        1    W    6:30 - 9:00    TBA    HB 1016   
                           
PSYC 230    Lifespan Developmental Psych   
        1    TR    3:30 - 4:45    Jane Pixley    TBA   
        2    TR    8:00 - 9:15    Paul Pohto    TBA   
        3    T    6:30 - 9:00    Jane Pixley    MG 206   
                           
PSYC 250    Psychology of Diversity   
        1    TR    2:00 - 3:15    Pei-Chun Tsai    HB 3009   
                           
PSYC 343    Social Psych   
        1    TR    12:30 - 1:45    Tara Mullins    TBA   
        2    MWF    8:00 - 8:50    Tara Mullins    HB 1016   
        3    TR    5:00 - 6:15    Tara Mullins    YG 302   
                           
PSYC 391    Psychology of Women   
        1    TR    8:00 - 9:15    Sarah Hastings    TBA   
                           
PSYC 393    Psychology of Human Sexuality    
        1    TR    8:00 - 9:15    Jason Watson    TBA   
                           
SOCY 250    Social Inequality   
        1    TR    2:00 - 3:15    TBA    TBA   
                           
SOWK 300    Human Behavior and the Social Environment I   
        1    W    1:00 - 3:50    TBA    WC 232   
        2    W    1:00 - 3:50    TBA    TBA   
        3    W    6:00 - 8:50    TBA    TBA   
                           
SOWK 301    Human Behavior and the Social Environment II   
        1    M    1:00 - 3:50    TBA    WC 232   
        2    W    6:00 - 8:50    TBA    TBA    IN ROANOKE

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

#Enough: RU Student Walkout



Today at 10:00am, approximately 200 students, faculty, staff, and community members braved the cold to gather at the Radford University Fountain as part of the Women's March Youth Empower. #ENOUGH: National School Walkout. 

The plan was to spend 10 minutes reading the names of students, faculty, staff, and community members killed in school shootings from Columbine to Parkland. That list, ten pages long, however, took nearly 30 minutes to read. (The names, locations, and dates that we read today appear below the photos). 

Women's studies Club, NextGen, and RU Young Democrats would like to thank everybody who participated today, and we remind you all to register and VOTE in November. 





Columbine High School
April 20, 1999 Littleton, Colorado
Rachel Scott
Daniel Rohrbough
Dave Sanders*
Kyle Velasquez
Steven Curnow
Cassie Bernall
Isaiah Shoels
Matthew Kechter
Lauren Townsend
John Tomlin
Kelly Fleming
Daniel Mauser
Corey Depooter

Deming Middle School
November 19, 1999 Deming, New Mexico
Araceli Tena

Buell Elementary School
February 29, 2000 Flint, Michigan
Kayla Rolland

Lake Worth Middle School
May 26, 2000 Lake Worth, Florida
Barry Grunow

University of Arkansas
August 28, 2000 Fayetteville, Arkansas
Dr. John R. Locke

Santana High School
March 5, 2001 Santee, California
Bryan Zuckor
Randy Gordon

Lew Wallace High School
March 30, 2001 Gary, Indiana
Neal Boyd, IV

Appalachian School of Law
January 16, 2002 Grundy, Virginia
Anthony Sutin
Thomas Blackwell
Angela Dales

Washington High School
February 20, 2002 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Joseph Johnson Jr.
University of Arizona
October 28, 2002 Tucson, Arizona
Robin Rogers
Cheryl McGaffic
Barbara Monroe

John McDonogh High School
April 14, 2003 New Orleans, Louisiana
Hillard "Head" Smith IV

Red Lion Area Junior High School
April 24, 2003 Red Lion, Pennsylvania
Eugene Segro

Case Western Reserve University
May 9, 2003 Cleveland, Ohio
Norman Wallace

Rocori High School
September 24, 2003 Cold Spring, Minnesota
Seth Bartell 
Aaron Rollins

Red Lake Senior High School
March 21, 2005 Red Lake, Minnesota
Derrick Brian Brun
Neva Jane Wynkoop-Rogers
Alicia Alberta White
Thurlene Marie Stillday
Chanelle Star Rosebear
Chase Albert Lussier
Dewayne Michael Lewis

Campbell County High School
November 8, 2005 Jacksboro, Tennessee
Ken Bruce

Shepherd University
September 2, 2006 Shepherdstown, West Virginia
Logan P. Pennington
Benjamin M. Pennington

Platte Canyon High School
September 27, 2006 Bailey, Colorado
Emily Keyes

Weston High School
September 29, 2006 Cazenovia, Wisconsin
John Alfred Klang

West Nickel Mines School
October 2, 2006 Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania
Naomi Rose Ebersol
Marian Stoltzfus Fisher
Anna Mae Stoltzfus
Lena Zook Miller
Mary Liz Miller

Henry Foss High School
January 3, 2007 Tacoma, Washington
Samnang Kok

Virginia Tech
April 16, 2007 Blacksburg, Virginia
Jamie Bishop
Jocelyne Couture-Nowak
Kevin Granata
Liviu Librescu
G. V. Loganathan
Ross Alameddine
Brian Bluhm
Ryan Clark
Austin Cloyd
Daniel Perez Cueva
Matthew Gwaltney
Caitlin Hammaren
Jeremy Herbstritt
Rachael Hill
Emily Hilscher
Matthew La Porte
Jarrett Lane
Henry Lee
Partahi Lumbantoruan
Lauren McCain
Daniel O'Neil
Juan Ortiz
Minal Panchal
Erin Peterson
Michael Pohle Jr.
Julia Pryde
Mary Karen Read
Reema Samaha
Waleed Shaalan
Leslie Sherman
Maxine Turner
Nicole White

Louisiana Technical College
February 8, 2008 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Karsheika Graves
Taneshia Butler

E.O. Green Junior High School
February 12, 2008 Oxnard, California
Larry King

Northern Illinois University
February 14, 2008 DeKalb, Illinois
Catalina Garcia
Julianna Gehant
Ryanne Mace
Daniel Parmenter
Gayle Dubowski

Lakota Middle School
August 14, 2008 Federal Way, Washington
Omero Mendez

Central High School
August 21, 2008 Knoxville, Tennessee
Ryan McDonald

Henry Ford High School
October 16, 2008 Detroit, Michigan
Christopher Walker

University of Central Arkansas
October 26, 2008 Conway, Arkansas
Ryan Henderson
Chavares Block

Dillard High School
November 13, 2008 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Amanda Collette

Harvard University
May 18, 2009 Cambridge, Massachusetts
Justin Cosby

Carolina Forest High School
October 16, 2009 Conway, South Carolina
Trevor Varinecz

Discovery Middle School
February 5, 2010 Madison, Alabama
Todd Brown

University of Alabama
February 12, 2010 Huntsville, Alabama
Gopi K. Podila
Maria Ragland Davis
Adriel D. Johnson

Ohio State University
March 9, 2010 Columbus, Ohio
Larry Wallington

Alisal High School
October 1, 2010 Salinas, California
Jose Daniel Cisneros

At Millard South High School
January 5, 2011 Omaha, Nebraska
Dr. Vicki Kaspar

Worthing High School
March 31, 2011 Houston, Texas
Tremaine De Ante’ Paul

Virginia Tech
December 8, 2011 Blacksburg, Virginia
Deriek Crouse

Chardon High School
February 27, 2012 Chardon, Ohio
Daniel Parmertor
Russell King, Jr.
Demetrius Hewlin

Episcopal School of Jacksonville
March 6, 2012 Jacksonville, Florida
Dale Regan

Oikos University
April 2, 2012 Oakland, California
Tshering Rinzing Bhutia
Doris Chibuko
Sonam Chodon
Grace Eunhae Kim
Katleen Ping
Judith Seymour
Lydia Sim

University of South Alabama
October 6, 2012 Mobile, Alabama
Gil Collar

Banner Academy South
October 19, 2012 Chicago, Illinois
Terrance Wright

Sandy Hook Elementary School
December 14, 2012 Newtown, Connecticut
Rachel D'Avino
Dawn Hochsprung
Anne Marie Murphy
Lauren Rousseau
Mary Sherlach
Victoria Leigh Soto
Charlotte Bacon
Daniel Barden
Olivia Engel
Josephine Gay
Dylan Hockley
Madeleine Hsu
Catherine Hubbard
Chase Kowalski
Jesse Lewis
Ana Márquez-Greene
James Mattioli
Grace McDonnell
Emilie Parker
Jack Pinto
Noah Pozner
Caroline Previdi
Jessica Rekos
Avielle Richman
Benjamin Wheeler
Allison Wyatt

Apostolic Revival Center Christian School
January 7, 2013 Fort Myers, Florida
Kristopher Smith

Hazard Community and Technical College
January 15, 2013 Hazard, Kentucky
Taylor Cornett
Caitlin Cornett
Jackie Cornett

Chicago State University
January 16, 2013 Chicago, Illinois
Tyrone Lawson

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
April 18, 2013 Cambridge, Massachusetts
Sean A. Collier

Santa Monica College
June 7, 2013 Santa Monica, California
Carlos Navarro Franco
Marcela Diaz-Franco
Margarita Gomez

North Panola High School
August 23, 2013 Sardis, Mississippi
Roderick Bobo

Sparks Middle School
October 21, 2013 Sparks, Nevada
Michael Landsberry

Arapahoe High School
December 13, 2013 Centennial, Colorado
Claire Davis

Purdue University
January 21, 2014 West Lafayette, Indiana
Andrew Boldt

South Carolina State University
January 24, 2014 Orangeburg, South Carolina
Brandon Robinson

Los Angeles Valley College
January 25, 2014 Los Angeles, California
Ricardo Zetino

The Academy of Knowledge Preschool
March 12, 2014 Miami, Florida 
Michelle Wilcox

East English Village Preparatory Academy
April 11, 2014 Detroit, Michigan
Darryl Smith

Seattle Pacific University
June 5, 2014 Seattle, Washington
Paul Lee

Reynolds High School
June 10, 2014 Troutdale, Oregon
Emilio Hoffman

Langston Hughes High School
October 3, 2014 Fairburn, Georgia
Kristofer Hunter
Marysville Pilchuck High School
October 24, 2014 Marysville, Washington
Zoë Raine Galasso
Shaylee Adelle Chuckulnaskit
Gia Christine Soriano
Andrew Fryberg

Miami Carol City High School
November 20, 2014 Miami, Florida
Khambrel Manning

Tenaya Middle School
February 14, 2015 Merced, California
Benito Aguirre

Wayne Community College
April 13, 2015 Goldsboro, North Carolina
Ron Lane

Savannah State University
August 27, 2015 Savannah, Georgia
Christopher Starks

Sacramento City College
September 3, 2015 Sacramento, California
Roman P. Gonzalez

Delta State University
September 14, 2015 Cleveland, Mississippi
Ethan Schmidt

Umpqua Community College
October 1, 2015 Roseburg, Oregon
Lucero Alcaraz
Treven Taylor Anspach
Rebecka Ann Carnes
Quinn Glen Cooper
Kim Saltmarsh Dietz
Lucas Eibel
Jason Dale Johnson
Lawrence Levine
Sarena Dawn Moore

Northern Arizona University
October 9, 2015 Flagstaff, Arizona
Colin Brough

Texas Southern University
October 9, 2015 Houston, Texas
Brent Randall

Tennessee State University
October 22, 2015 Nashville, Tennessee
Cameron Selmon

Winston-Salem State University
November 1, 2015 Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Anthony White Jr.

Mojave High School
November 20, 2015 North Las Vegas, Nevada
Taylor Brantley

Independence High School
February 12, 2016 Glendale, Arizona
May Kieu

UCLA
June 1, 2016 Los Angeles, California
William S. Klug

Jeremiah Burke High School
June 8, 2016 Dorchester, Massachusetts
Raekwon Brown

North Park Elementary School
April 10, 2017 San Bernardino, California
Karen Elaine Smith
Jonathan Martinez

North Lake College
May 4, 2017 Irving, Texas
Janeera Nickol Gonzalez

Freeman High School
September 13, 2017 Rockford, Washington
Sam Strahan

Rancho Tehama Elementary School
November 14, 2017 Rancho Tehama Reserve, California
Joseph Edward McHugh III
Michelle Iris McFadyen

Aztec High School
December 7, 2017 Aztec, New Mexico
Casey Jordan Marque
Francisco Fernandez

Wake Forest University
January 20, 2018 Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Najee Ali Baker

Marshall County High School
January 23, 2018 Marshall County, Kentucky
Bailey Nicole Holt
Preston Ryan Cope

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
February 14, 2018 Parkland, Florida
Alyssa Alhadeff
Scott Beigel
Martin Duque
Nicholas Dworet
Aaron Feis
Jaime Guttenberg
Chris Hixon
Luke Hoyer
Cara Loughran
Gina Montalto
Joaquin Oliver
Alaina Petty
Meadow Pollack
Helena Ramsay
Alex Schachter
Carmen Schentrup
Peter Wang