We all have a story to tell... StorySpace @ Columbia brings the phenomenal, personal stories of students from across Columbia into one room, for listening and inspiration. This spring, members of our community will share their stories of BELONGING.
StorySpace @ Columbia features the phenomenal, personal stories of students from across Columbia.
MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH | Carolina Downie “Awkward Girl: Type 1” – Carolina learns to live with Type 1 Diabetes and owns her awkwardness; Elham Ali "Daring Greatly" – In a world seemingly full of male superheroes, Elham makes her own capes and flies against gender norms in academic and professional pursuits.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK | Matt Stanislao “Rainbow Blues” – Social Work student and former police officer Stanislao retells the humorous way he came out to his squad; Donna Zephrine “The Ride of a Lifetime” – Donna, an Iraq war veteran, discusses her experience on a three-day bicycle ride to support and raise funds for veterans; Nick Ogutu "Heroes" – Nick, a graduate student from Kenya, shares about his classmates raising funds for him to continue his University studies.
GENERAL STUDIES | Ifeoma Nwoke “The Cuckoo's Nest” – Ifeoma describes developing an awareness of her own mental health.
LAW SCHOOL | Hilary Rosenthal "Arms Stretched Wide" – First-year law student Hilary recalls her experience in the Peace Corps and playing international soccer.
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS | Nick Donias “Finding Heaven in Hell's Kitchen” – Nick's unexpected reconnection with a haunting part of his past propels him toward greater self-acceptance.
SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES | Santiago Coto-Segnini “The Club of Lost Books” – Santiago learns to be himself.
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS | Sasha Wolff “Make Believe” – Sasha remembers her childhood and the role of playtime.