Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she will “reframe” the Obama-era Title IX protections for student survivors of sexual assault. Her speech gives equal attention to the “wrongly accused” as it does to survivors, though those groups are nowhere near equal in size.
This morning, I came upon a story that disturbed me and pushed me to reflect on the role of education in our current national
Admiral Michael Rogers has quite a task afoot, as Director of the National Security Agency and the military's Cyber Command Mission Force. Speaking at a luncheon organised by retired Captain Kevin Wensing, Admiral Rogers said that the agency will eventually contain 6200 dedicated computer personnel split into 133 teams.
College students are most at risk to drive drowsy. In fact, people below the age of 25 account for more than half of drowsy driving crashes nationally. Dr. Charles Czeisler, Professor of Sleep Medicine at Harvard University, tells us 5 things college students need to know about drowsy driving.
My secret made me sick. All that anger, guilt and confusion. I felt it in my stomach. And two weeks after I turned 18 years old, my stomach exploded due to a blood clot, which later was hypothesized to be caused from a stress ulcer. My molestation was a very stressful secret. Suddenly, my family could keep no secrets.
Undeserved Shame Create a safe place for that reporting to happen, with an open heart. It took years for me to feel comfortable
When we are motivated by a love for the transcendent values of God, Torah and the Jewish people, our differences bolster us in the face of assault. But there is no such love among Jewish activists who work to punish and demonize Israel on the world stage as our enemies look on gleefully.
Abilities Beyond Limitation through Education is "a club for students who wish to explore ways to make attending college
April is also Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It's important for the entire campus to get involved in putting a stop to assault on campus. We need to be equipped with an awareness of not only what sexual assault is, but how it affects survivors.
The takeaway from this study is not that college sexual assault is a prevalent and rampant issue. We already knew that. The real takeaway is that we all have a role to play in changing the status quo that has kept victims and survivors of assaults quiet for so long.
There is some kind of love-hate relationship between college students and sleep. There is a perception that staying awake to study, finishing that last page of the term paper, reviewing that cheat-sheet for a final one more time, is still a better option than going to bed early.