Fifth year Northeastern student Alicia Payne is studying political science and urban studies with a concentration in American political institutions. She is the Director of Northeastern’s chapter of Strong Women, Strong Girls Inc., a college mentoring organization that works in Boston Public Schools to mentor girls in third-fifth grade on feminism and female empowerment. Alicia has been interested in feminism and female empowerment since she joined the organization during her freshman year.

This year she achieved her dream of wearing the school mascot uniform (Paws the Husky), but accidentally scared group of 10-year-olds into tears by jumping out from behind a corner during the process.

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