Title IX


It’s Time for some Truthful Discussions about Sexual Misconduct on Campus

By: Suzette Walden-Cole Trigger Warning: This post contains content related to sexual misconduct and assault on campus. It could result in an individual finding themselves reacting physically, emotionally, or otherwise. If you need assistance and are in the U.S., visit the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline operated by RAINN. For more resources, visit the National […]

Our Communities Deserve More than No Means No

By: Tim Mousseau “No Means No.” “Don’t Rape.” “Real Men Don’t Rape.” For the last few decades, these slogans have stood at the forefront of education concerning sexual violence prevention. Plastered across fliers, hung up around campuses, written on signs, and blasted across the slides of presenters from high school to college programs on sexual […]

Diversity & Inclusion: Actions Speak Louder Than Words

By: Suzette Walden Cole, CAMPUSPEAK Speaker Have you noticed an uptick in the number of incidents on campus involving hate speech and bias incidents, including racism, transphobia, anti-immigrant, etc.? Has an incident happened on your campus? In your fraternity/sorority or other organization to which you belong? Has it happened to someone you know? Or have […]

Overcoming Tragedy: 4 Steps for Healing

By: Brittany Piper, CAMPUSPEAK Speaker October 2, 2017. Las Vegas. Life is bleak sometimes. More often, lately. For many of us, these near monthly tragedies open old wounds of violence, terror, and loss. The harsh truth is we’re all recovering and healing from something. Whether directly affected by a tragedy, or reeling from its powerful […]