Monthly Archives: June 2014

Multi-media campaigns to help campus communities address sexual violence

How do you plan to address sexual violence this coming academic year. The One Student team is pleased to provide relevant and vibrant educational campaigns free of charge to anyone who wishes to use them. Want to start a conversation about consent? Got it. Want to build a community supportive of survivors? Got it. Want […]
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I Am Not Proud of What Was Done to Me, But I Am Proud of Who I Am

Published in My Jewish Learning (Trigger Warning: This post discusses issues related to sexual violence.) It is April 2, 2014, over three and a half years after I publicly came out as gay on Facebook. I am in a classroom at Tufts University, not paying as much attention to the Professor as I should be, […]
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James Madison University Punished Sexual Assault With ‘Expulsion After Graduation’

James Madison University punished three fraternity members for sexually assaulting a female student and sharing their video of the attack by banning them from campus — after they graduate. The school found the men responsible for sexual assault and harassment in the spring break 2013 attack on Sarah Butters, and determined that they shared the […]
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Bob Jones University told rape victims to repent and look for ‘root sin’ that caused their attack

Our hearts ache for this survivor and others who are not provided with accurate information, confidential resources and services to help them through potentially one of the most frightening things that will ever happen to them.  This is not ok. The One Student team is committed to helping build communities that will support survivors. Are the resources […]
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