Anood Cheema

she/her/hers

Communications Liasion, Peer Reviewer, Writer

Class of 2025

Anood is a sophomore International Relations major. She is hoping to work in foreign service and become an ambassador, as she is interested in International law and foreign policy. Anood is a passionate human rights advocate and devotes her time in raising awareness on vital topics and discussions whether in the form of protesting, engaging in meaningful dialogue, as well as running her own blog. Aside from Brooklogue, Anood is part of many other clubs and organizations on campus. She is a member of MUN (Model United Nations), Speech and Debates Society, SBUNICF, and the Environmental Club. She is currently working at Visa and Immigration Services at Stony Brook, and is an intern at a non-profit organization called COPO (Council of People’s Organization). In her free time, she loves to read, write, travel, and explore new things.


Publications

Our Voice: The Speaker in “In This Place (An American Lyric)”

by Marie Yamamoto, January 21, 2023 “In This Place (An American Lyric)” is a poem written by National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman that presents empowering ideas surrounding American patriotism, identity, social justice, and hope. As the title suggests, it is a lyric poem presenting the metaphor that American history is a narrative poem in…

Timelapses and Traditions: What Did We Lose During the Pandemic?

by Vineeta Abraham, January 21, 2023 “10…9…8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3…2…1!” The last bell of senior year goes off, followed by a chorus of cheers and whoops from the class of 2019. It’s a mess of tears, laughter, and breathless cries of “we did it!” as the familiar tune of the Sweet Caroline anthem…

Ignorance is NOT Always Bliss: An Experience with Healthcare During Pregnancy

by Ayesha Azeem, December 19, 2022 Mary’s Interview One of the most significant events in a woman’s life is when she goes through her first pregnancy, an experience that changes her life forever. This experience can be further complicated by one’s culture and its respective social norms that may affect women negatively. I interviewed Mary…