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Southwestern University Student Protest

Students at Southwestern University organized a protest targeting the administration due to their poor handling of instances of sexual assault. The protest began on Fraternity row, as many student feel there’s been a blatant lack of action to both ensure safety for students, and to protect and advocate for victims of sexual assault. 82 more words

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Southwestern University Student Protest Heads Toward the President's House

Southwestern University students make their way to President Burger’s house chanting “protect survivors; not rapists.”

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Southwestern University Students Continue Protest in First-year Courtyard

Southwestern students stand in the first-year’s residence hall courtyard. The students collectively chant “your body, your campus” and then a few students offered words of encouragement and support for first-years in general and victims in particular.

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Southwestern University Students Protest Rape Culture

At the start of the protest, Southwestern students filed out of Korouva Milk Bar on to frat row chanting “Yes means yes, no means no. How ever we dress, where ever we go.” 110 more words

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Students Protest Against University “Housing Crisis” - POSHCUNTS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ORGANISERS.

A measly student protest has taken place in the town of St Andrews to bring to light the “housing crisis” that is plaguing the town and its inhabitants. 262 more words

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Divestment Ethics and Realities

Guest essay by Paul Driessen – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

College students who support divestment of fossil fuel stocks are passionate about their cause. Just look at their… 689 more words

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Pratt Students Protest Move of Annual Design Show to Brooklyn

By Euna Park (@eunapark)

CLINTON HILL – For four years, seniors at Pratt Institute expected to showcase their work at a juried show in Manhattan, an end-of-the-year tradition that attracts hundreds of art professionals who could be their potential bosses. 105 more words

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