Case '11 and Student Blog from Democratic National Convention

By: Magazine Editor
Sep 4, 2012

Junior Leiter-Mason and Case ’11 pose with Maryland Speaker Pro Tem Del. Adrienne Jones ’76, psychology (center).

Mitch Case ’11, media & communication studies, and current UMBC junior Caitlyn Leiter-Mason, a Sondheim Public Affairs Scholar majoring in Gender & Women’s Studies and Political Science, are blogging about their experiences as delegates to the Democratic National Convention this week in Charlotte, NC.
Their shared blog, A Tale of Two Delegates, follows their adventures as delegates for President Obama representing Maryland’s 6th and 7th districts (Leiter-Mason and Case, respectively).
Leiter-Mason is the current president of UMBC College Democrats, and Case served as president when he attended UMBC.
Read more at UMBC’s BreakingGround site. BreakingGround is at the forefront of a vibrant, new movement toward increased campus and community engagement—a movement that is now gaining ground nationally. In early 2012, two widely heralded reports called on higher education to play a central role in renewing American democracy and preparing citizens to tackle the challenges of our age.

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