The Speaker’s Voice

Getting Men to the Table

By: Tim Mousseau I recently attended a day-long conference put on concerning general sex education and the positive sides of sex. It is important to note about 95% of the attendees of the event were female passing. During one of the panels on consent and trusting men...

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Fall 2018 New Speaker Class

CAMPUSPEAK has added seven new keynote speakers to its roster for Fall 2018. CAMPUSPEAK  provides transformative learning experiences to educate and inspire college students and the professionals who work with them. With nearly 50 keynote speakers covering essential...

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Deferred Recruitment Doesn’t Exist.

By: David Stollman Your university might require students to complete a semester of college or participate in a formal recruitment process before they can join a fraternity or sorority. There might even be some crazy expectation that organizations don’t...

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Think Big

By: Saul Flores Every day when we turn on the news, we see stories of young leaders who are standing up for issues, ideas, and communities that they’re passionate about. They’re marching, fundraising, and organizing to solve the issues that are dear to their hearts....

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Building a transcript for your life

By: Adam Giery For many students, the start of the school year often serves as a reminder for the coming realization of graduation – and in most cases, graduation without a plan. I clearly recall the uncertainty of what I would do “for the rest of my life” as a...

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The Step I Won’t Forget

By: Saul Flores It was a foggy morning when I arrived in Quito, Ecuador. I was taking the first step to embark on the Walk of the Immigrants, a 5,328-mile walk across Latin America. I began this walk to honor the journey and pay my respects to the fearless men and...

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Discovering your passion: Dive Deep, Don’t Wade.

By: Dan Faill I remember being a college student not too long ago, and I thought I was busy running around being involved and keeping my grades up, but I had nothing on today’s college student. Their email signatures read more like the preface of a novel, with a...

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Do you FEAR Confrontation?

By: Darryl Bellamy Jr. Have you ever been in a situation where you knew you should speak up, do something, but you push it off to someone else, ignore it, or remain silent? As someone who tried to avoid confrontation at ALL costs, this was me. I’m still working...

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