• Michael Riley '12

    Michael Riley '12

    Make Right

    Michael Riley ’12 never considered himself a leader. But when he came to Hamline, Riley began to feel part of a community -- welcome and with a sense of belonging, but also with concern for the challenges faced by each member of Hamline’s diverse campus. Michael is now a well-known campus leader and president of Commitment to Community, a student organization dedicated to diversity education and community relations and service.

    “Commitment to Community helped open my eyes to inclusion and diversity in a very different way. It showed me that injustice to one group is still injustice to the whole human body. Until everyone is accepted for the person they are, I’ll keep fighting.”

    Major: Double majoring in Sociology and English

    Minor: African American Studies

    Organizations: Treasurer of PRIDE, C2C External Chair, New Student Mentor, STLF Exec Team, NCORE Team (San Diego)

    Career Aspirations: I'm not too sure, something with diversity education.

    Interesting Fact: I've been wearing glasses since I've been in third grade, my eyes reject contacts more often than not.

  • News

    Juniors and seniors who have registered for an unpaid internship during the spring can apply for the Career Ready Internship Grant on the Career Development Center’s website to receive up to $11.50/hr. Spring applications are now being accepted until filled. A limited number of scholarships are awarded each semester; the recommended deadline is February 3, 2017.

     

    University Radio, Hamline Programming Board, and Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress will host the fourth annual Winter WonderJam on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in Anderson Center. The concert will feature Cruisr, Bryce Vine, and Hamline student Cody Vaughn, a.k.a Covenant. Tickets are free for Hamline students with a photo ID and $10 at the door for the general public.

    Author and attorney Dean Strang represented Steven Avery, the defendant at the trial that was the center of the Netflix documentary Making A Murderer. He will speak at Hamline about some of the problems in the administration of justice that were on display in that case and the film on Wednesday, February 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Anderson Center Room 112. The event is sponsored by Hamline's Center for Justice and Law. All are welcome.