Washington University mental health resources are grappling with how to continue helping students from afar amidst the COVID-19 pandemic that has emptied campus.
Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education will host Out of Stigma’s Shadow, an event featuring students who will share their experiences with mental health, March 4.
Title Mine presented five proposals relating to the Title IX office and survivor support systems on campus to Chancellor Andrew Martin Nov. 23.
The Sexual Assault and Rape Anonymous Helpline at Washington University capped off Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a panel centered on issues of interpersonal violence in marginalized communities, Oct. 30.
In 1981, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) created a Day of Unity in order to connect female survivors of domestic abuse across the country. This Day of Unity evolved to become a month long commitment to combating domestic violence, as it affects millions—both men and women—with an average of 20 people experiencing physical intimate partner violence every minute.
Peer Health Educators held a conversation on safe sex for undergraduate students during their Sex in the Dark event in Ursa’s Fireside Sept. 26.
Tonight at 6 p.m. in Graham Chapel, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE), Sexual Harassment and Rape Anonymous Helpline (SARAH), and Student Union are hosting their annual Take Back the Night event.
We commend the University for responding concretely to the prevailing issue of sexual violence on campus.
After a successful online petition campaign, Washington University’s sexual assault and rape hotline only needs a two-thirds majority of student votes in the upcoming Student Union elections in order to receive block funding.
It’s often the case that, as Washington University students, we look at various issues that happen at other schools and dismiss them. We say, “That doesn’t happen at Wash. U.” Maybe it’s because we think that Wash. U. students are a different breed of college student—we’re studious, we’re hardworking and we’re oh-so-nice!—that we think that sexual assault isn’t an issue.
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