Loud, Black Voices

By Ashley Young February 26, 2012. To many Americans, this is just a regular day. To Sybrina Fulton and the black community, it’s a day of painful remembrance: the death of a brother, Trayvon Martin. It was that Sunday that Trayvon walked to his local 7-eleven in a hoodie and purchased an iced-tea and skittles. … Continue reading Loud, Black Voices


PTSD: The War after the War

By Celine Grajo What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘patriotism’? Do you see a flag, waving proud in the air? Do you see the miles of troops that salute it? Do voices that ring out our anthem fill your ears? Or are you plagued by the sight of young bodies, trolling hot … Continue reading PTSD: The War after the War

Three students from The Gambia seek life-changing education at STAC

By Celine Grajo September 5, 2017 The Republic of the Gambia is one of the smallest countries in Africa, just shy of twice the size of Delaware, surrounded by The Republic of Senegal and the Atlantic Ocean. The Gambia is also one of the poorest countries in Africa, with 48 percent of its people living … Continue reading Three students from The Gambia seek life-changing education at STAC


By Jumana Khatib April 19, 2017 The summer of 2014, I got to take a life-changing trip to a part of the world very near and dear to me. I visited Jordan and got to get a taste of what this life really has to offer.  Many people don’t get the opportunity to travel, whether … Continue reading Jordan