Monthly Archives: October 2011

Jorgia’s perspective: When should campuses educate students about sexual assault?

I’ve been taught about sexual assault since I was old enough to understand what the word means. I think it’s imperative that college campuses continue to provide education from the day students walk through the doors on their first day until graduation day, you never know how one lesson might affect someone. I think holding lectures […]
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Weekly Word Up

We get the opportunity to work with thousands of students and most if not all of them know someone who has been sexually assaulted. One of the most common questions we get comes from friends or family members of survivors. They want to know what they can do to support someone they care about who […]
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Weekly Word Up

If you were sexually assaulted by a superior (boss, professor…etc.) would you report? Why or why not?

Want to add international model to your resume?

Take part in a campaign that will reach hundreds of thousands of college students. Students, parents and campus administrators needed for a not for profit video shoot for a One Student national campaign against sexual assault. College students and their allies of all races, ages, gender and orientation needed between 3 pm and 7 pm on […]