Monthly Archives: June 2012

Creating a Change in Campus Culture

by Sarah Kaminski Ciara Coleman found inspiration in a “rape culture” that disgusted her.     From her first day on the University of Arkansas campus, she was warned by upperclassmen and resident assistants about drink drugging and date raping.  Drink drugging can occur when drinks are left unattended and miscreants have the opportunity to drop […]
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Exclusive Interview with Sarah Kaminski

Sarah’s been involved with One Student through No Woman Left Behind at the University of Arkansas. Now, persuing her Masters at the University of Oklahoma,  we’re excited about her new role as a writer for the editorial board. Say, hello to Sarah! Interview with Sarah. If someone came to visit you in your hometown, where […]
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A Case for Marriage Equality

by Adam Kaiser Recently discussion on the issue of gay marriage, or better stated marriage equality, has been prevalent in the news.  From President Obama’s recent remarks in support of marriage equality, to the viral video released by Shane Crone titled “It Can Happen to You,” the topic of marriage equality has been thrust into […]
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Exclusive Interview with Adam Kaiser

So there’s this student named Adam and we think he’s kind of fantastic. We’re so glad the One Student community will soon get to know Adam through his writing. For now, we’re hoping this interview will hold everyone over for a bit… Interview with Adam: Are you majoring in the area you thought you would? No, not at […]
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