"I am one of three partially black members of my fraternity living in a house dedicated to the accomplishments of white men. Don’t get me wrong; I appreciate their contributions to the brotherhood. But at the same time, there’s always a little voice in the back of my head telling me that they wouldn’t have accepted me. . ." - Evan Shields
"Even as an intern, it was amazing to see my input incorporated into press releases and national campaigns; for the first time, I could see the impact of my work. I began to revel in our political process and our history as Americans. Our country: a country of immigrants, of opportunity, of sacrifice. . ."