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MSU Professor Breaks Down ‘Hookup Culture’ In New E-Book

MSU Professor Breaks Down ‘Hookup Culture’ In New E-Book

Stephanie Amada, assistant professor of writing, rhetoric and American cultures at Michigan State University, really cares about her students and proved it by writing a book meant to break down the walls surrounding the “hookup culture” that is present on college campuses. Her book, Hooking Up: A Sexy Encounter With Choice, is meant to pull

Mount Holyoke College Cancels Annual ‘Vagina Monologues’ Performance To Include Trans Students

Mount Holyoke College Cancels Annual ‘Vagina Monologues’ Performance To Include Trans Students

Mount Holyoke College, one of the most highly regarded women’s colleges, has canceled the yearly performance of “The Vagina Monologues” as a result of a decision made by the student body because they felt that the play was not inclusive enough and excludes the transgender students attending the college. Erin Murphy broke down the student’s


DSU Says ‘So Long’ To Controversial Confederate Statue After Reaching Settlement

DSU Says ‘So Long’ To Controversial Confederate Statue After Reaching Settlement

Dixie State University in St. George, Utah is finally saying “so long” to a highly controversial bronze statue of two Confederate soldiers after a settlement was reached with its artist, Jerry Anderson, according to a press release from the university. “The Rebels” statue depicts two soldiers, one on horseback holding a Confederate flag in one


UMass Amherst Ends Controversial Confidential Student Informant Program

UMass Amherst Ends Controversial Confidential Student Informant Program

UMass Amherst announced the decision to end the hotly debated program that uses the university’s students as confidential informants to aid campus police in investigations on campus. The program’s end comes after a nearly three month long review by a team of 11 people from the campus and is effective immediately, according the announcement on


UVA Reinstates Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity After Investigation Finds No Evidence Of Rape Claims

UVA Reinstates Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity After Investigation Finds No Evidence Of Rape Claims

After months of being suspended and under the intense scrutiny that followed the release of a now disputed article in Rolling Stone, the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity has now been reinstated, according to an official announcement on the University of Virginia website. Phi Kappa Psi along with all other fraternities and sororities on the UVA



Duke University Changes Location of Call To Prayer Due To Security Threat

Duke University Changes Location of Call To Prayer Due To Security Threat

The administration of Duke University has reversed the decision to allow the Adhan or call to prayer to be sung each Friday from the bell tower of Duke Chapel citing a “credible and serious security threat,” according to vice president of public affairs and government relations, Michael Scheonfeld. Initially, there was a bit of confusion


OSU Football Team’s Victory Was Everything To Teen With Muscular Dystrophy

OSU Football Team’s Victory Was Everything To Teen With Muscular Dystrophy

The national championship victory of the Ohio State University football team was everything and more to Buckeyes megafan Jacob Jarvis. We’ve all seen the images and heard the stories of the mayhem that ensued after Ohio State University’s national championship win, but there was a far better story behind the scenes where the football players made the



UCSB To Receive $570K Federal Grant For Mental Health Services After Shooting

UCSB To Receive $570K Federal Grant For Mental Health Services After Shooting

Congresswoman Lois Capps, announced that the U.S. Department of Education will award the University of California, Santa Barbara with a grant totaling almost $570,000. The grant funds will go towards the mental health services needed to aid and support the students and faculty of UCSB in the wake of shooting in the near-by community of


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