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Victim’s Arts Show Holds Nothing Back

Victim’s Arts Show Holds Nothing Back

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


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Crime and Victims' Rights week usually doesn't bring thoughts of an art exhibit and performances, but that is exactly what Victim Assistance Services did. All the art on display and performances were inspired by crimes. There were dozens of paintings, spoken word pieces, interpretive dance and songs...

Attorney Speaks to International Students About Their Life After Graduation (Long Version)

Attorney Speaks to International Students About Their Life After Graduation (Long Version)

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017


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International students were given the opportunity to speak to an attorney about their future and their options once they graduate from college.      Michael J. Goldstein spoke to students on November 29th about forms, employments, green cards and visas. Following his father’s footsteps...

Teaching Students to End Bullying, Discrimination and the Stigma on Mental Illness (Long Version)

Teaching Students to End Bullying, Discrimination and the Stigma on Mental Illness (Long Version)

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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In order to end the tolerance on issues affecting individuals and society everyday, we must be the voice of change and empower the victims in order to overcome those issues. That is the message that all three guest speakers wanted to project to students on November 16th. Dr. Sheila Gersh who is the ...

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February 23, 2015


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