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Edition IV Editors



Avery Resor (email)

Director of Finances



Avery is an Environmental Science and Policy major graduating in the fall of 2007. She has been involved in SHARP for the past 3 years and now works for SASS as well. This Wyomingite is an odd mixture of calm and crazy and misses her dreadlocks. 





Melanie Tannenbaum (email)

Director of Public Relations



Melanie is a sophomore who has finally decided to major in Psychology and minor in Spanish after considering just about every other possible major/minor combination that exists.   This is her first year working with Saturday Night, but she has been involved with SHARP (Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention) since spring of her freshman year.  Recently, you may have seen her around campus tabling for Dating Violence Awareness Week or drinking suspicious-looking beverages on stage during the Real Deal.  She hopes that due to the work of outreach groups such as SHARP and Saturday Night, more students at Duke will become more aware of the problems that surround us and do whatever they can to help end them.  When she’s not devoting her life to SHARP and Saturday Night, she’s probably working on any of her other random interests, which include photography, playing the violin, yoga, and working with children.




Sarah Gordon (email)

Director of Submissions


Sarah Gordon is a Trinity junior majoring in public policy studies and minoring in economics.  She joined the Saturday Night staff to help raise awareness about sexual assault at Duke and beyond.  She is also active in the LEAPS Service-Learning Club, VOICES Magazine, and Residence Life and Housing Services.  In her free time, she enjoys running, yoga, and movies.



Chloe Chien (email)

Director of National Campaign



Chloe is a senior with a Biology major and Political Science minor. She is an international student from Burma/Taiwan and feels very blessed to have the opportunity to learn/love/grow a lot at Duke. This is her second year working with Saturday Night; and this website is the first she has ever made. (A pat on the back, please!) As the National Campaign Director, she will be contacting YOUR school very soon!


She has been involved with SHARP peer education since sophomore year. She loves mentoring (that's why she is an RA) and is very passionate about human/women's/animals' rights. Not sure what to do with her life yet, she is considering medical school and peace and conflict resolution studies.










Ashley Kwon (email)

Director of Fundraising



John. M. Stokes (email)

Director of Programming


John is in charge of both thinking of new ways to incorporate SN into the general Duke community and publicizing these ways. In addition to Saturday Night, he is also involved with the Center for Race Relations and Nourish International here at Duke, and hopes to form partnerships between these three organizations. When not at Duke, he is either traveling or at home with his family in Columbia, South Carolina, where he is originally from.


As of right now, he is a freshman pre-med psychology major and plans to eventually go into the field of psychiatry with a possible emphasis on the growing number of Spanish-speaking patients in need of mental health care. If you have any questions or ideas about Saturday Night, don’t hesitate to send him an email!




Sasha Stein (email)

Director of Publicity/ Layout Editor



Priyanka Chaurasia (email)

Co-Director of National Campaign










Crystal-Fair Melbourne (email)

Crystal-Fair joined SASS as Assistant Coordinator in January 2006. Responsibilities include managing sexual assault and dating violence prevention education at Duke. Specifically, she manages the First Six Weeks Campaign, Body Rock, SafeSkills Self-Defense Workshops, and Dating Violence Awareness Week in the fall, as well as the Prevention Programming Campaign and Sexual Assault Prevention Week in the spring. In addition, she also advises the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) peer educators as well as a variety of student organizations year-round.

Crystal-Fair received her B.A. in Social Work from Meredith College in 2000 and her Masters in Social Work from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2005.  Her interests include sexuality studies, health promotion and wellness education.  In her spare time she enjoys origami, tangrams, music, dancing and gardening.




Elisabeth Hahn (email)







To request a copy of Saturday Night (Edition 3) be mailed to your off-campus address, please contact Chloe Chien.


If you have comments specifically about this website, please contact Chloe Chien.


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The third edition of Saturday Night is now available around campus.


Edition 4 Editors:

Avery Resor

Melanie Tannenbaum

Sarah Gordon

Chloe Chien






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