There are a variety of organizations you can join at Sarah Lawrence. Our registered student organizations include a wide range of clubs, identity groups, sports organizations, and publications. For more information about Student Organizations, please contact Valerie Romanello, Assistant Director of Student Activities, at email@example.com.
Here's a look at the clubs and organizations that are up and running this year!
!NippoN! Japanese Language and Culture Club
Mission: Nippon! is a Japanese language and culture club that allows both students of Japanese language courses and those interested in Japan to explore to learn more about Japan, through a variety of activities, such as the Cherry Blossom Festival and many other food events.
The 24 Hour Shakespeare Festival
Mission: The 24 Hour Shakespeare Festival organizes a nonstop 24-hour reading of the works of English playwright William Shakespeare once a semester.
AHS Viewing Club
Mission: This club is intended to facilitate the viewing of American Horror Story on campus in a group setting. This organization meets once a week in accordance with broadcasting schedules.
American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Chapter
Mission: The Sarah Lawrence student chapter of the American Chemical Society aims to spark an interest in chemistry at Sarah Lawrence and within the Yonkers community at large. Through a variety of educational events and service projects for the campus and local K-12 communities, we hope to shine a light on the vital role chemistry plays in our everyday lives. Additionally, we hope to provide professional development opportunities to prepare and encourage students considering a future in chemistry or related fields.
American Sign Language Club
Mission: Sarah Lawrence College's American Sign Language (ASL) Club strives to learn and practice communication through American Sign Language. ASL is not offered through Sarah Lawrence's curricular classes, and the ASL club feels that it is still extremely important to have on campus. We hope to expand our ability to communicate with the deaf population, and explore deaf culture.
Mission: Café Latino is a student-run organization that shares and promotes the multicultural Latin American and Hispanic experience with the entire Sarah Lawrence community. We host events and publish an online trilingual (Spanish-English-Portuguese) magazine.
Casa de Esperanza
Mission: Casa de Esperanza is a student-led community initiative into the City of Yonkers to work with the Sisters of Charity on their ESL program for immigrant mothers. We hope that through this program, students can assist the sisters with their mission, as well as foster positive relationships between the students at Casa.
Mission: The goal of Chinese Table as a student organization is to offer the Sarah Lawrence community a chance to get to know both Chinese culture and Chinese language better in close conversational settings, supplemented with fun events that avail students to more culture experiences.
Contemporary Film Club (CFC)
Mission: CFC is a platform for the collective exhibition and examination of film, with a particular focus on contemporary global cinema.
Creative Arts Thinking Space (C.A.T.S)
Mission: Creative Arts Thinking Space (slccats.com) is a student-run collective supporting and engaging the creative arts community at Sarah Lawrence. Our primary goals are to organize opportunities for exhibition, promote collaboration, and to facilitate interaction with art discourse. We have regular meetings, and a projected schedule of one themed show, a corresponding student-run critique, and one other varying participatory event (such as an artist talk, workshop, or outing to a museums/gallery/art institution) per month.
Mission: Cu5tom Cr3w is a hip hop and contemporary fusion dance crew that allows dancers to customize their own identity.
Mission: Dark Phrases is an annual publication at Sarah Lawrence College that documents the voices and narratives of people of color on campus. We publish various works from students, faculty, staff and alumni of color.
Mission: Disability Alliance is dedicated to advocating for accessibility and respect on campus for people with disabilities. We work to raise awareness of disability issues and build a proud, supportive community of students with disabilities and their allies.
Mission: Enviro-Earth is a weekly club and student-led initiative out of the Office of Community Partnership that works in collaboration between Sarah Lawrence students and the downtown Yonkers community at several community gardens. Primarily, our work at the gardens includes creating and maintaining the community gardens, participating in community celebrations/activities, and instructing a wide age range on a variety of environmentally-themed subjects.
Mission: Our club intends to expand the biological community at Sarah Lawrence. It is a space to talk about ideas, labs, plants, animals, and all other subjects related to the fields of biology, ecology, and botany. We live on a beautiful and diverse campus and hope to take advantage of the life that inhabits it and surrounds it.
Environmental Awareness Organization
Mission: The aim of this organization is to raise awareness about environmental issues such as global warming and animal endangerment. One of our main goals is to fundraise for charities that deal with environmental and animal conservation. We also hope to make some positive changes on campus. There will be regular meetings to plan events and discuss ways we can make Sarah Lawrence more environmentally friendly.
Gryphon Capital Management
Mission: Gryphon Capital Management aims to educate the Sarah Lawrence community on the structure and function of the financial industry. The group will explore portfolio management techniques and develop a deeper understanding of how to make successful investments.
Mission: Harambee provides a safe space for Black students and their allies on the Sarah Lawrence campus to explore all different expressions of Blackness. There will be bi-weekly discussion meetings in addition to an array of programming that examines various aspects of Black culture. While we encourage dialogue surrounding Black identities and race, discussions are not limited to such topics. We encourage members to bring ideas and themes to explore. Everyone is welcome!
Harts for Hope
Mission: Our mission is to promote biopsychosocial healing in a creative, interactive manner. We believe in healing rather than treating. The mind and body are two wonders that work together—and utilizing arts that brings them together is our overall objective. We work with persons of all ages, ill and not ill, and persons of all cultures. We want to bring the whole picture of healing and promote it to the people we work with.
Health & Science for Kids’ Afterschool Program
Mission: This club connects Sarah Lawrence students with local elementary school students to discuss health topics and do simple science experiments that may not be addressed in a school setting. Our primary aim is to work with these school students in Yonkers to develop the skills necessary for education enrichment through hands-on exploration of science and health.
Mission: Hillel is the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Its mission is to maximize the number of Jews doing Jewish with other Jews. Hillel actively seeks to engage uninvolved Jewish students on their own terms: to provide them with meaningful and appealing opportunities in which to participate as Jews and offer students a safe place to be Jewish. At Hillel, students are empowered to take responsibility for their Jewish identity, whether they wish to participate in a community service project, express themselves artistically, participate in a social event, engage in informal Jewish learning or attend religious services. Any student may participate in Hillel —no membership is required. Hillel is committed to a pluralistic vision of Judaism that embraces all. This includes non-Jewish students.
Mission: Looking back through history, we find many examples of human rights violations. From genocide to restrictions on rights to inept responses from the global community—history holds it all. But what about the present? There are countless violations of human rights occurring to this day, many not receiving the public attention that they deserve. We will learn about the motivations and responses to violations in the past and attempt to apply the lessons learned from them to the problems facing our world today. We will raise awareness about the causes that have no voice today—about genocides, about restrictions on basic rights, on the lack of access to resources, and much more. Fundraisers will be held so that we can help those who are in need of our support. Other events will include movie screenings, panel discussions, and presentations. All are encouraged to come join us in our quest to help those whose basic human rights are being violated or unfulfilled.
Iglesia Scholars: The Saturday Enrichment Program at Iglesia San Andres
Mission: The mission of Iglesia Scholars Program is to provide a weekly curriculum, designed by students, to provide avenues for program participants to develop relationships, discover creative outlets, and become life-long learners. Our goal is to make learning fun, approachable, and easy.
International Students Union (ISU)
Mission: ISU is an organization that supports relationships, activism, and communication within the international student community at Sarah Lawrence. We understand that international students have unique backgrounds and diverse interests and strive to provide a support system to help every international student on campus flourish and succeed: academically and socially.
Mission: Kamikaze Anonymous is an anime club where students can watch their favorite anime shows, and new ones, in a fun and comfortable setting.
LARPers' Union (LARPU)
Mission: The goal of LARPers' Union is to rekindle the spirit of childhood in a productive team-building way that allows for stress relief through fantasy reenactment and physical activity.
The Melancholy Players
Mission: Established in 2006, The Melancholy Players is the longest running student-run non-departmental theatre company on Sarah Lawrence campus. Our mission is to strengthen a sense of collaboration among students within and outside of the theatre community. To achieve this goal, we encourage works-in-progress, works of collaboration, and works that compel creative risk-taking.
Mission: We are a group of poets and performers dedicated to not only growing in our art, but bringing the culture of slam to Sarah Lawrence. Spoken Word is a powerful and effective way to not only share ones truth and story, but to be exposed to the truths and stories of others. Weekly meetings will focus on writing and performance growth while frequent open mics and slams will be a chance to bring our stories and our voices into the larger Sarah Lawrence community.
Mission: Midnight Cabaret fosters a lively dialogue between artists of all kinds through a high-energy, fast-paced process of production that happens every week. The cast of each weekly show is formed during Monday rehearsals and consists inclusively of visual artists, designers, musicians, actors, dancers, and writers who meet with the goal of collaborating to create a new production. The group meets throughout the week to discuss and workshop pieces for their Friday performance.
Model United Nations
Mission: Sarah Lawrence Model United Nations seeks to raise awareness to the important role the United Nations play in our global community. We aim to encourage students to take leadership roles in tackling global issues. We strive to develop both public speaking and debate skills through conference simulations. Most importantly, we desire students who wish to work as a team to support each other as we tackle both new and unfamiliar roles and national challenges.
Multiracial Student Union
Mission: We the Multiracial Student Union foster a safe space and sense of community for students who identify as multiracial. Through dialogue and action we hope to explore the multiplicities of our racial identities along the racial spectrum.
Muslim Students Association
Mission: To learn about the multifaceted nature of Islam and show the campus community the beauty of Islam. We hope to hold events that will increase awareness about Islam on campus and to hold important dialogues on current events and Islam in the modern world. We will also learn about the religion: what it entails and what it means throughout the world. Additionally, we hope to create a safe and encouraging forum where everyone can learn and talk about Islam. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in our activities regardless of familiarity with Islam. We hope to see you there!
People Eating Tasty Animals (PETA)
Mission: We stand for your right to eat meat! Through the art of eating animals we seek to establish a strong foundation of enthusiastic carnivores within the Sarah Lawrence community. Our cookouts are free for all and we guarantee you leave a little more sated than when you came. Stay hungry, friends.
Mission: The Pre-Medical Club is an organization focused on bringing interesting and fun medical and science learning opportunities right to the students of Sarah Lawrence. Through field trips to hospitals, instructional sessions by guest speakers, as well as many other things, students will be able to learn more interesting and in depth material about how the medical world works, and how they can be a part of it. While the club is focused on medicine and medical related ideas, it is open to anyone who wants to join. Be it a drive to become a doctor or a subtly curiosity about what it is doctors and those in the medical field really do, the Pre-Medical Club welcomes all to join us as explore the ins and outs of medicine.
Queer People of Color (QPOC)
Mission: Queer People of Color’s mission is to serve students, faculty, and staff of color who assume a queer or questioning sexual identity by creating a safe space and community. QPOC proposes to be an inclusive group, allowing for open discussions among those of varying sexual, social, ethnic, and gender identities. Meetings aim to include both personal discussions about identity as well as opportunities for activism on and off campus.
Queer Voice Coalition (QVC)
Mission: The Queer Voice Coalition's primary goal is to create a safe space on campus for students to gather and discuss issues related to queer identities, and strives to connect the campus's queer community with a wider, global queer community.
Mission: Reading Buddies fosters a sense of community between Sarah Lawrence students and Yonkers youth by offering opportunities for education, friendship, and relationships with positive role models.
Sarah Lawrence Activities Council (SLAC)
Mission: The Sarah Lawrence Activities Council is a student-run organization of volunteers that organizes and plans a variety of campus events. Our goal is to host events that reach all of the student body’s interests. Our event series include: Films, Coffeehouse, Live Music, Dance Parties, and Etc.
Sarah Lawrence Christian Union (SLCU)
Mission: The Sarah Lawrence Christian Union is an authentic community of students who seek to know God personally and serve the campus. We are not just for Christians, but rather a safe place for anyone who wants to explore God and take steps on their faith journey.
Sarah Lawrence College for Immigration Advocacy
Mission: The mission of Sarah Lawrence College for Immigration Advocacy is to educate, organize, and mobilize the Sarah Lawrence community on immigrant justice issues both locally and nationally. We are a collective of students dedicated to amplifying the voices of undocumented students at Sarah Lawrence and to developing the leadership of our members. We work to create avenues through which undocumented youth can access a Sarah Lawrence education, and to create a safe space for them to advocate for themselves as a part of a larger group. In addition to our work on campus, we strive to play a role as part of the larger Yonkers community. In conjunction with our mission of achieving respect for everyone, we believe in ensuring that all members' voices are heard.
Sarah Lawrence Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
Mission: From the Students for Sensible Drug Policy National Organization website:
"Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society.
SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth."
Sarah Lawrence Zine Collective
Mission: Sarah Lawrence Zine Collective provides an all-inclusive, artistic space on campus for those otherwise without. We dedicate ourselves to making, sharing, and discussing zines and zine-related news. This organization supports anyone interested in self publishing. We offer the information and resources for the making of zines.
SLC Comics Club
Mission: The SLC Comics Club aims to create a fun space for all lovers of comics, graphic novels, and webcomics to congregate to discuss their passions, as well as a community library for students to gain resources to reading materials.
SLC Dance Team
Mission: Our mission is simply to spread Gryphon Pride through the styles and mixes of popular songs to perform at the basketball home games. #GoGryphons
SLC Development Collective
Mission: The SLC Development Collective hosts the annual Undergraduate Development and Post Colonial Studies Conference that allows students from all over the country to present their original research. It is an organization that encourages critical discussions.
SLC Drag Union
Mission: SLC Drag Union stands as a group for anyone who is interested in drag, gender bending, gender performance, and having fun. We seek to create a positive, electric environment where students can express themselves how they choose, and explore their inner diva!
SLC Martial Arts Club
Mission: The SLC Martial Arts Club aims to create a fun and recreational environment open to questions and individual growth regarding physical fitness and martial arts. Martial Arts are about knowing one’s body and its extreme capabilities. We cordially open the doors to our club to any and all abilities. All that is required is an open mind.
1. Gain physical fitness through the practice of martial arts
2. Gain basic technical knowledge in several martial arts
3. Learn and put into practice the philosophies and belief systems of our martial arts
SLC Rock Climbing Club
Mission: Through the SLC Rock Climbing Club, we hope to gather a community of new and experienced climbers to enjoy our sport with. Whether you've never tied a figure-eight knot or have been climbing for years, we hope to have you along on our frequent trips to the New Rochelle Rock Club!
Mission: SLC Speaks is a web-based, student run publication that brings together the voices of an individualized campus. We intentionally reach out to every social group and student with a combination of interesting, thoughtful content and creative presentation. See our platform at slcspeaks.com.
SLC Students for Animal Rights
Mission: This group is dedicated to animal activism in the Sarah Lawrence community. Activities include vegan dinner parties, city protests, volunteer work, documentary screenings, and overall animal loving. You do not need to be vegetarian or vegan to join!
Mission: SLC++ is Sarah Lawrence's official computer science club. Our goal is to build community within a traditionally underrepresented academic department at Sarah Lawrence by fostering a collaborative work environment. All computer scientists, interactive media artists, and mathematicians with an interest in computation are encouraged to join and participate.
Spoken Word: Reclaim Your Space
Mission: This group is to represent ALL voices on campus that are less than theater but more than only spoken word. We not only include slam poets, but also focus on artists interested in any form of spoken word. We are dedicated to taking a crowd on a journey with our words and body language. We want to get away from the trending cadence of our generation and focus on our original rhythms. Our club creates a safe space for students where all people gather to feel comfortable and to be vulnerable. On a campus with so many micro- and macro-aggressions and ways to make a student feel like she, they, or he do not belong, Reclaim Your Space is about giving students the opportunity to reclaim and broadcast their right to be here. We want to have a club that ensures all voices on campus are represented.
SLC Stitch ‘n Bitch
Mission: SLC Stitch & Bitch is not only a knitting club, but a space for any and all crafters who want to surround themselves with fellows of the trade. Ranging from knitting and crocheting to embroidery, anyone is welcome to join the circle. All skill levels are welcome, from those who have no experience, who will be taught, to veterans, and there is always something new to be learned. Along with basic materials to begin their crafts, club members will also be provided with entertaining conversation with a wide range of topics, and every meeting is an adventure.
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)
Mission: SJP is a student organization that works in solidarity with the Palestinians people and supports their right to self-determination. It is committed to ending Israel's occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantling the Separation Wall. It recognizes the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel to full equality. It calls for respecting, protecting, and promoting the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties as stipulated in UN General Assembly resolution 194. We work in solidarity with, not on behalf of, Palestinians and Israelis who together continue to struggle against the apartheid regime that has consolidated itself in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, and 1967 Israel.
The Ace Place (TAP) (Asexual Spectrum Student Group)
Mission: The Ace Place seeks to create a space for individuals on the asexual aromantic or agender spectrum (and allies) to discuss common issues and indulge in sex-unrelated shenanigans.
The Annual (Yearbook)
Mission: The Annual desires to compile a book of memories for students to take with them and keep long after their time here is done. Our vision is to capture the daily life of the community and all of the beautiful scenery in which these events take place. We aim to have every aspect of the student life noted and preserved.
The Annual Rocky Horror Picture Show Production
Mission: The Annual Rocky Horror Picture Show Production aims to put on a fun and sexy shadow-cast production of the cult classic film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" the weekend of Halloween, guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you. Rocky is an amazing experience, a wild adventure in fishnets, lip-synching, cross-dressing, and body-positive silliness. Everyone is welcome to audition and no acting or dancing experience is required whatsoever!
The Cine-Film Club
Mission: The Cine-Film Club is a platform for the education and exhibition of film; to learn the art and tools surrounding 8mm, 16mm, and other formats of film.
Mission: We embrace the incomplete. What exactly does that mean? Here we like it short and sweet. The Cliffhanger designates a space for the so-called in-between. This experimental pocket-sized zine is the parenthetical limbo of creativity. Finally there is a home for the underdeveloped, those rootless shards of verse, sketches-in-progress. The interlude of consciousness, so to half-speak. Simplicity. Brevity. Here the fleeting or still-born ideas may retreat. (Mid-sneeze!) Submit your bits of dialogue, micro fiction, run-on sentences that cling to suspense or nonsense, and fragments of poetry. You get it. Postcard riddles. Broken refrains that end far too...
Mission: The Croaker is a student run annual literary and art magazine dedicated to showcasing humor in all forms, such as satire and burlesque.
The PHIL Project
Mission: The PHIL Project is philanthropy for students by students. Working with the Sarah Lawrence student body, the PHIL project educates the College campus about giving back inspiring an excitement for students fund-raising while simultaneously providing valuable experiences and opportunities to learn about philanthropy at Sarah Lawrence.
Mission: The Phoenix is a non-profit, student-run publication representing the voices and opinions of Sarah Lawrence community members. Our print edition publishes bi-weekly on Wednesdays, and our online edition is updated multiple times per week. Anyone may attend our open meetings at 8 p.m. on Monday nights in the North Room of the Pub.
The Sarah Lawrence College Literary Review
Mission: As the oldest-running annual literary magazine on campus, the Sarah Lawrence College Literary Review is a distinguished publication for writers and artists in the Sarah Lawrence community—whether you join our staff and participate in readings, get selected for publication, attend events, or even draw us a poster! In our upcoming 40th issue, a highly anticipated anniversary edition, we will seek to maintain the same caliber of excellence in student, staff, and faculty work. Everyone in the Sarah Lawrence community is welcome and encouraged to submit poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and/or visual art. Our staff is solely made up of students, with editors who excel in their respective genres. All submissions are presented to editors anonymously and are read and selected with an air of openness and respect. We believe that Sarah Lawrence is ripe with talent, and such talent deserves to be immortalized in print for all to see.
The Scandal Revue
Mission: Burlesque, defined as "the art of the tease", is a historical art form that continues to grow and flourish with the passage of time. Finding its origins in the taboo, modern times have embraced the performances as prime entertainment while still maintaining its purpose as an outlet for self-expression. Burlesque tells a story through a reveal, as much or as little as desired by the performer.
The Scandal Revue teaches the basic history of burlesque as well as the techniques and mechanics of performing a routine, such as basic stocking and glove peels all the way to more complex chairwork maneuvers. Weekly workshops help establish character, stage presence, and build fundamentals for each troupe member. Throughout the year, we schedule performances both large and small, some themes chosen by a troupe-wide vote, others centered around holidays. We promote body positivity and gender equality, welcoming anyone and everyone of all skill levels. We hope to spread a love of self and a love of burlesque, encouraging confidence and self exploration.
The Screenwriters Workshop
Mission: Screenwriters Workshop is a club designed to support screenwriters of any level in the workshopping of their short form or feature length screenplays. Screenwriters Workshop's goal is to create a non-judgemental place to foster creativity and encourage the development of its members. In addition, Screenwriters Workshop will invite professionals screenwriters to help advise students on their work.
The SLC Majors
Mission: As Sarah Lawrence's only all-gender a cappella group, the SLC Majors strive to have talented vocalists of all genders come together to create beautiful music.
Mission: Trans Action seeks to serve as a space for transgender and gender-variant people as well as their allies to build an outward-facing community committed to creating a more accepting world. Trans Action strives toward an education-based activism that is intersectional and compassionate.
Mission: Trans Space is a group for students who are trans and those questioning their gender identity. Our aim is to provide support and a safe space to discuss our experiences and broader community issues.
Treble in Paradise
Mission: Treble in Paradise is Sarah Lawrence's all-female a capella group. The group seeks to provide members with not only the opportunity to perform and arrange music, but also to be a part of a close community of talented musicians.
Mission: UUREKA is a group for students on campus who identify as Unitarian Universalists, free-thinking spiritual people or are simply interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and/or their own spiritual selves in a setting with like-minded individuals. We seek to be an inclusive, safe and welcoming space for all.
Mission: Violent Violets’ goal is to give those underrepresented in the music industry exposure through access to equipment, workshops, and shows. Violent Violets’ is a club open to everyone who shares a similar goal and understanding of the music industry regardless of race, gender identity, or ethnicity.
Visual Art Review
Mission: The Visual Art Review is a student-run annual publication showcasing the creative work and community of Sarah Lawrence. We welcome multiple submissions from any student, regardless of enrollment in a visual arts class. We also welcome new media art, video art, or other work that might not translate to print. Work is submitted under a blind submissions policy and accepted after viewing and discussion with a select group of students.
Mission: The testosterone trifle of liberal arts, the he-men of harmony, Vocal Minority is the premier (and only) all-male a cappella group at Sarah Lawrence.
VOX: Voices of Planned Parenthood
Mission: VOX is a Planned Parenthood affiliate that aims to educate and mobilize students and youth in support of reproductive health. The Sarah Lawrence VOX group works with the Hudson Peconic Planned Parenthood to educate the Sarah Lawrence community about sexual health and reproductive rights. VOX members lobby for local legislators and coordinate events that provide sexual health education and address governmental polices that affect access to sexual healthcare. The VOX chapter at Sarah Lawrence provides volunteer and advocacy opportunities—ranging from canvassing, to voter registration, to community outreach, to petitioning, to event planning. Members will receive volunteer hours for meetings as well as other VOX events they attend. VOX at Sarah Lawrence is an excellent way to keep yourself informed; get involved in a community interested in women's health and sexual education; and affect change throughout campus, the local community, and nation-wide.
Mission: The Doctor Who club exists to create for fans a place and community on campus to share their love for the show by watching new and old episodes, as well as participating in discussions about the show and its culture.
Women's Naked Shakespeare
Mission: Women's Naked Shakespeare is a theatre group comprised entirely of women, and non-binary students dedicated to performing stripped down versions of Shakespeare's plays. We are an independent, audition-based ensemble that is responsible for adapting, designing, directing, and performing at least one Shakespearean play per year.
Worker’s Appreciation Dinner Club
Mission: The Worker’s Appreciation Dinner is an annual even coordinated by students to celebrate the hard work and importance of the many workers on this campus. In the past years we have given out invitations to the following departments: AVI, Maintenance, Security, ABM, Bookstore, Post Office, and Duplication. Each department is vital is making sure this campus functions properly. We cater the event to the workers and their families and friends, making sure that they have as enjoyable a time as possible. Previously, this event was sponsored by UNIDAD, Harambee, and other Common Ground organizations. However, this year we are truly trying to outreach to the greater Sarah Lawrence community, while still maintaining ties to Common Ground to encourage a greater participation in planning and Putting on This event. Ultimately we want to demonstrate our immense gratitude to the workers and their families by strengthening the bond between students and workers.
SLC Workers Justice
Mission: SLC Radio Station