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Their Culture is Not Your Costume

By Devin Hall, Assistant Director of Prevention Education With Halloween right around the corner, individuals are lining up at the local party store to get a last-minute costume. You may be asking yourself, should I go to the party as my favorite Disney movie character or maybe join my friends as Crayola crayons? Maybe you […]

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From the Facilitator Perspective: How Let’s Talk Love is Changing the Conversation

Meredith Blaine (Beta Omega, The University of Toledo) has served as a volunteer for the Let’s Talk Love rotational program since its inception in 2016. She is currently a stay-at-home mom who fills her time with volunteering for her kids’ local Cub Scout pack, advising the vice president intellectual development at Beta Omega chapter and […]

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Real, Strong Women Don’t Haze

By Paige Hollendonner (Iota Omega, Carthage College) Hazing in collegiate fraternity and sorority chapters is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “humiliating and sometimes dangerous initiation rituals, especially as imposed on college students seeking membership to a fraternity or sorority.” There is never a reason for hazing, and real, strong women don’t haze. We […]