UB op-ed: Consent 101: Time to consider a required course on sexual misconduct prevention
As a digest of Antioch College’s Sexual Offense Prevention Policy, “Consent 101” underscores the necessity of asking and giving assent to all levels of sexual behavior. Agreement cannot be conveyed through silence or body language, and that consent is neither negotiable nor optional.
UB op-ed: Remodel, restore or raze? Evaluating midcentury campus buildings
As these buildings enter their fifth decade of service, school administrators and facility planners are facing a critical decision about what to do with them. New thinking about their promise and potential is beginning to take hold.
Research center aims to further reform Greek system
The Timothy J. Piazza Center for Fraternity and Sorority Research and Reform at Penn State provides yet another example of the higher ed community’s push to eliminate hazing, sexual assault and other dangerous behaviors at fraternities and sororities.