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Mastering Monday: How to Help a Friend Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted

Watch This: This is a video created by 1800RESPECT, an Australian group that’s mission is around raising awareness about sexual assault, and providing resources and information on how to prevent such events from occurring. This video outlines key points on how to actively and effectively be there as a friend for someone who is a survivor of sexual assault.   The video has multiple perspectives on how they have handled the situation, as well as various tips and things to keep in  ...

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Wednesday Hump Day: Bystander Intervention Training

Image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/16/Bystander_effect.jpg   Have you ever seen something happen, but weren’t sure how to stop it? Maybe you thought that someone else would do it, or just thought it wasn’t your problem or that they could handle it. Bystander intervention training can help people learn how to prevent these misconceptions. An active bystander is someone who witnesses a event and tries to take the steps to stop it. Don’t wait for someone  ...

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‘Stache the Ash!

If you’ve attended a school for the past 50-plus years you undoubtedly know that using tobacco products can cause health problems like cancer and emphysema. It’s not healthy. We at the Lifestyles Center at SUNY Oswego have chosen to focus on why we choose not to use tobacco products. In conjunction with Movember, we have decided to jump on the facial hair bandwagon with our very own ‘Stache the Ash campaign. Check out our free template as well as some of the people that  ...

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