Meet Our Student Editors:
Greetings! My name is Christine Hoang and I am from Sacramento, California. Even though my time at UCSB has been short, this is my second home and I absolutely love living here and look forward to all the years ahead of me. I am currently a second-year Pre-Psychological and Brain Sciences and Sociology double major and Asian American Studies minor. In the future, I hope to specialize in mental illness and counsel and support people in recovery or work within a non-profit. I truly believe that I was born to help others and I would love to spend my life doing just that. Aside from working within the Living History Project, I am involved in Chi Delta Theta, an Asian interest sorority, Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation, and Health and Wellness on campus. I am very passionate about history, research, and the community–I would love to work with you and am looking forward to doing so!
My name is Frances Woo and I am currently a second-year studying Pre-Sociology at UCSB. In addition to working on the Living History Project, I contribute to The Catalyst, a literary magazine on campus, and am the social media chair for Vocal Motion, an all female a capella group. When I’m not busy going to school, I visit my family back home in Concord, California. I’ve always been interested in creative writing and social justice and am excited to pursue those passions through the Living History Project. I hope this site serves as a platform for uplifting and amplifying the people’s voices as well as providing an insight into the rich past, present, and future of change upheld by the students at UCSB.