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7
Oct

SSDP Report Card for September 2019

The SSDP Report Card for September is out!  Read on for the latest in chapter news, see where our newest chapters have been founded, check out a growing list of events we’re proud to partner on, and — new this month! — a monthly roundup of Just Say Know drug education news and activities. Thank you for staying in touch

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26
Sep

Introducing our George Mason University SSDP chapter!

SSDP at George Mason University (GMU) was recently recognized as a Registered Student Organization (RSO). We’ve also met the criteria for being a Tier I RSO. This means our chapter will have access to school funding, rooms for larger events, catering, and other resources from the Office of Student Involvement at GMU!   This milestone was reached with the support
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26
Sep

Introducing the University of North Georgia Oconee SSDP chapter!

Join me in welcoming Atlas Trogdon ‘19 and the University of North Georgia Oconee SSDP chapter! Atlas wasted no time between getting in touch with their Movement Building Fellow and getting meetings going. I had the opportunity to ask Atlas a few questions about their experience getting this SSDP chapter going. Atlas learned about the group from a friend at
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11
Sep

SSDP Report Card for August 2019

The SSDP Report Card for August is out!  Read on for the latest in chapter news, see where our newest chapters have been founded, check out a growing list of events we’re proud to partner on, and — new this month! — find ways the discount code “SSDP” can get you great savings on conference tickets and products. Thank you

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15
Aug

Meet our newest chapter, SSDP Uganda

The War on Drugs is a global one, and we cannot end it without supporting work internationally. Will you help us end it by making a gift to our International Activities Fund today? My name is Nyanda Julius ‘19 and I am the chapter leader of SSDP Uganda. I’m a Ugandan medical student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in medicine and

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2
May

Introducing Indiana University at Pennsylvania SSDP!

Join us in welcoming Giovanni “Gio” Serrapere ‘19, Xavier Bennett ‘19, Kaitlyn “Kate” Adams ‘19, Morgan Glasser ‘19, and the rest of the newly founded Indiana University at Pennsylvania Students for Sensible Drug Policy chapter! Gio, Kate, Xavier, and Morgan co-founded IUP SSDP earlier this month, and I had the privilege of interviewing the four of them to learn more

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4
Jan

Introducing the University of Texas Arlington SSDP Ambassador

From policy research to policy reform, SSDPers truly hustle to bring sensible drug policies to their communities. It is my pleasure to introduce the newest addition to our family: a passionate student activist and our newest Ambassador at the University of Texas Arlington (UTA), Agnes Olatunji. Agnes hit the ground running after our first call together, quickly completing the campus

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14
Dec

Introducing the New SSDP Ambassador at Duke University School of Law

The Students for Sensible Drug Policy family is an incredible community. Every new addition to the family is cause for celebration. So, let’s celebrate one of our newest members, Addison Caruson! Addison is an ambassador with SSDP at Duke University School of Law. He found out about SSDP through a friend and reached out to get started. He is passionate

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5
Jun

Introducing the SSDP Delhi Chapter

I’m thrilled to announce that we have a new SSDP chapter in Delhi, India! Chapter leader Jatin Sawhney has been working on bringing SSDP to his community ever since he returned from studying at Depaul University in Chicago, where he was a member of their SSDP chapter. I asked Jatin a few questions about his experience so far, and what

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21
May

Introducing Salt Lake Community College SSDP!

Hey everyone, join me in welcoming Salt Lake Community College to the family! The chapter founder and president, Garret Rueckert, took some time to sit down with me and answer some questions about his aspirations for the chapter. How did you hear about SSDP? I looked into SSDP on my own after learning about the War on Drugs in one

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