Author Archives: Ashley Kang

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In The Stand’s summer print issue, meet South Side Achiever Samaia Goodrich, learn about the city’s new Bureau of Administrative Adjudication office and get a sneak peek at plans for this summer’s 10th annual South Side Photo Walk set for July 27.May also marks 10 years The Stand’s Director Ashley Kang has worked with the South Side Newspaper Project. She Read More Read More »

Syracuse Student Receives Community Service Honor

Meet Samaia Goodrich, the 11-year-old philanthropist and humanitarian tied into one. This diligent sixth grader could be seen packing groceries, along with other volunteers, to distribute door to door to families, as part of Reach Saturday, a project of Abundant Life Christian Center held April 13. After one hour, 403 grocery bags were completed. For Samaia, such activities are a Read More Read More »

Q&A with the Chief :: In Four Parts

Meet the Chief Kenton Buckner was sworn in Dec. 3, 2018, as Syracuse’s new chief of police. Buckner, who turned 50 on Feb. 2, sat down with the founder of The Stand, now-retired Syracuse University professor emeritus Steve Davis, at the end of February for a nearly two-hour interview. Buckner’s exclusive interview with The Stand lasted 100 minutes and was Read More Read More »

Current Issue

In this issue, read highlights from The Stand’s exclusive one-on-one Q&A exchange with Syracuse’s new police Chief Kenton Buckner conducted by our founder, Steve Davis. For our cover story, we spoke with former Media Unit alumni who recount their memories of working with Walt Shepperd over the last 43 years, and The Stand is delighted to add long-time columnist Jeff Read More Read More »

Rooted in Activism

Aggie Lane has worked to fight racism for decades with the Urban Jobs Task Force Read More »

Q&A with Father Tyrone Dixon

Nominated by Rachielle Scrivens Q: How did it feel when you became a father?A: My princess was born two days after my birthday, so it was the best birthday gift I could ever imagine. I remember it as if it was yesterday. She was born at 3:36 p.m. When I heard her cry, it was as if there were new Read More Read More »