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Tuesday Receipe: Foreign Foods & The International Education Office

The International Education Department at SUNY Oswego is the place to go if you are interested in studying abroad. The department was just recognized for achieving a national goal: more diversity in students who are studying abroad. Typically, 10 percent is the national average for universities sending their students abroad. SUNY Oswego has achieved this goal by sending 20 percent of their student population abroad in a variety of different programs. You may be asking, “how did they do  ...

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Mastering Monday: The Tutoring Center

Need extra help in your classes? Come check out the Tutoring Center! Learn from students who have successfully taken the courses you need help in. If you find yourself struggling to understand something in your classes, come see if the Tutoring Center has tutors for your subject. If you do make an appointment make sure you bring your notes and books so the tutors know how to help you. The Tutoring Center is located at 171 Marano Campus Center. The Tutoring Center offers walk-in appointments  ...

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Thursday Survivor Series: How to Survive Sexual Assault

Image: http://www.afdw.af.mil/News/Photos/igphoto/2000064022/mediaid/389008/e: Did you know the first few weeks on campus is  considered the red zone? It is one of the most dangerous times to be victim of sexual assault. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted you can take the following steps: Get Somewhere Safe: Find a friend you trust and stay with them or go somewhere public with lots of people around. Seek medical attention at the local hospital: You can get medical  ...

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Wednesday Hump Day: Sexual Assault Policy on Campus

For those of you who don’t already know, Title IX is “the gender equality law that states that no person shall be excluded from participation in essentially anything on a school’s campus on the basis of sex” (NCAA).  Of course, with studies showing an increase in campus sexual assaults and campus rape cases, DeVos’ announcement is quite vital to the wellbeing of the millennial community.  According to RAINN, “sexual violence is more prevalent at college compared to any other crime” (RAINN).  ...

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