Especially on college campuses, it is necessary to know that there are no cookie-cutter sexual assault experiences. Therefore, it is pertinent to debunk myths that people typically have about sexual assault.
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Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment is a student advocacy group on the UW-Madison campus dedicated to ending sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking through education and activism.
Sometimes, facts defy our optimistic expectations. Something that did just that for me was learning about the alarming maternal mortality rates in some developed nations with advanced medical technology, even in the United States.
April 3, 2017 marked the day of the biggest chemical weapon attack against civilians in Syria since the Ghouta Massacre in 2013.Contrary to popular knowledge, this is not the only attack to occur since President Bashar al-Assad seemingly got rid of his chemical weapon stockpile.
I grew up with a family member with special needs and from a young age I was taught that the word “retarded” was never OK to say.I knew that this word was insulting to my family member, and I understood that I should never use it because I did not want to hurt him or others with special needs.
Dear Governor Walker and State Legislators,The student-athletes of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater would like to voice their concern about the recent state budget proposal.
The mental health and well-being of our campus community is a top priority of University Health Services (UHS). We are continuously working to improve access to the services students need.UHS offers brief counseling for students related to mental health concerns, identity development, and other issues that may get in the way of being able to be a successful student at UW.
When my friend told me that his adviser said to him “if you apply to 40 summer internships, you would be lucky to get two or three interviews,” I didn’t believe it was true.Then I began the process and was faced with the truth.
March is every college basketball lover’s favorite month, and this year, Badger fans were eager to see how the team would do.
If lawmakers continue to propose such limited and harmful views of what teaching is, means, and looks like, then I propose that the value of the work of our representatives and state government rests on the minutes and hours spent thinking about the dangerous impact of their ideas on those they purport to serve.
The most popular majors at UW-Madison are, according to U.S. News & World Report, economics, biology, political science and psychology.
One of the biggest things college kids have to adjust to is the need for more effective time management skills.
Religion, like any belief or proposition, is just words without those to enact it. To say that one can criticize an idea without criticizing those who execute this idea is nonsensical.
To be clear, I am a strong proponent of open dialogue and the sharing of opinions. My issue with the article was not the opinions that were stated, but the blatantly false and factually unfounded claims it made.
College campuses continue to boast horrifying statistics on sexual assault even with programs in place to help educate incoming students about how to identify and prevent high risk situations in which sexual assault can occur.
Rape and the fear of rape is a part of the American college experience for women. On American college campuses, one in four undergraduate women will be sexually assaulted or raped by the time they graduate.
Allocable segregated fees—the approximately $90 each UW-Madison student pays along with their tuition every year—go toward funding many clubs, resources and services across campus.
We are an extremely concerned group of students from a variety of backgrounds who are appalled at the op-ed by Kort Driessen entitled “Islam's flaws cannot go unnoticed in discussing the term 'Islamophobia',” published on March 13, 2017.
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It has been just over a month since President Donald Trump issued his “Muslim Ban.” Now seems the opportune time to have an honest, rational and necessary conversation surrounding Islam and its criticisms.In the immediate wake of the ban, I noticed many of my fellow campus liberals using the word “Islamophobia” to seemingly no end.