MOST Club Alumni

Listed below are the profiles of the alumni of our Men of Strength Club. Take the time to get to know about these men who have been active members in our MOST Clubs.



Ben Litoff

Ben_LitoffWhat is your name?

Benjamin Litoff

What High School did you graduate from?

Kingsbury High School 2008 Graduate

What College did you attend?

Ithaca College 2012 Graduate

What are you up to now?

I am a Program Assistant in Youth Development at Men Can Stop Rape for the summer of 2012.

Please tell us about any of your projects or other works

I am currently a freelance writer on the side. I have developed my own comic series which has been published in two magazines, along with a fiction short story. I am in the process of writing and publishing a book.

What was important about MOST Club for you?

MOST Club allowed me to engage with my peers on issues that were not only important to me, but concerns that seemed to challenge me every day. The MOST Club allowed me to challenge the idea that “just because something is normal and considered the consensus, does not mean it is accurate or moral.” This idea and understanding of the world has lead me to great success during my career as a college academic, and will continue to serve me further on in life.

 

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Aaron Harris

Aaron_HarrisWhat is your name:

Aaron Harris

What High School did you graduate from?

Benjamin Banneker Academic High School (class of 2011)

What College are you attending?

St. Johns University (class of 2015)

What are you up to now?

Currently interning at Men Can Stop Rape

Please tell us about any of your projects and other works

I’m majoring in anthropology, where I conduct research on different cultures throughout the year

What was important about MOST Club for you?

MOST Club was important to me because it was a space that was free from judgment and any views or opinions you might have could be expressed without restraint.

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