Monthly Archives: June 2013

Defeating Violence Against Women, One Step at a Time

Defeating Violence Against Women, One Step at a Time By Jessica Spohn  The main message of the One Student campaign is that we can each do things to make a difference; ordinary people living everyday lives can individually help stop violence and fight for equality. But isn’t it hard? Isn’t it a fight for politicians […]
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Courage and Mental Health

By: Andrea Atherton “I actually have it myself” said Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas at the BACCHUS area 6 conference in March. She was discussing her brother who had been diagnosed with bipolar II disorder. Her announcement was so subtle, I’m sure some of the audience missed it. I am ashamed to admit that my first thought […]
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