Changing the Dialogue on Race at Yale and Missouri

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Colleges have historically been centers of activism, places where students learn about and expose injustice.  Student activists sparked change during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, and once again we see student activists jumping to action, hungry for justice.  Two major examples have come to a head this past week, with unrest bubbling over […]

Co-Living and Connecting: A Millenial’s Solution to Living Alone

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More and more millennials are making the choice to live alone (around 64% of millennials, according to a recent Gallup poll, are single), but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they want to be by themselves more than any other generation.  The rapid growth of social media sites gives testament to that fact, offering millennials “social” […]

Focus on the Interaction: Thinking About Consent

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A new law in California regarding sexual education aims to change what qualifies as consent.  How?   By requiring health classes to spend time teaching students about the interaction involved in giving and receiving it.  In the past, the mantra in regards to consent was “no means no”; however, in light of sexual assault becoming a […]