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Oregon State University President Ed Ray announced Sept. 23 that the campus is joining the “It’s On Us” anti-sexual violence campaign and called on community members to engage in efforts to end sexual assaults. “Sexual violence isn’t a private matter involving a victim and a perpetrator. We all share responsibility to create a campus… Continue reading
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Oregon State University has introduced a new series of required online courses aimed at combating alcohol abuse and sexual assault. The on-line programs will reach approximately 6,400 students, said Rob Reff, coordinator of substance abuse prevention programs within OSU’s Student Health Services Department. Incoming first-year students to OSU’s Corvallis campus will be required to take… Continue reading
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Read about the First Year Experience initiative in the current issue of the Oregon Stater. Learn more about FYE by visiting “Welcome to your first year.”
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A lighthearted and poignant documentary profiles three sisters, ages 6, 9 and 11, struggling to understand why and how their Uncle Bill is becoming a woman.
This lunch and learn session is designed to examine biases that can impede our ability to best serve the OSU international student population.
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