Amal Rass is a senior majoring in English with minors in public relations and global studies. Rass has been a guest writer for The South End for three years, writing for news, features and arts and entertainment. With a dedication to defend human rights, Rass has worked for various non-profit organizations, previously at Take On Hate and currently a fellow at Amnesty International. Believing that language, media and stories are key tools in making a difference in the world, Rass uses her passion for both literature and journalism to write about issues around the world; such as the Syrian crisis and the refugee crisis. Through the position of features section editor, Rass hopes to showcase the diversity of the student body on campus and bring to light interested stories happening in the WSU community.

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