Build a Happier Sorority or Fraternity this Year

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

Has your chapter been in a slump recently? Are members dreading coming to meetings…or not going to them altogether? Is…

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3 Things to Add to Your DEI New Year’s Resolution

Categorized: Diversity

It’s a new school year and many institutions have committed themselves to strengthening their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts…

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The Masculinity Project: We Can Change, We Can Do, We Can Be

Categorized: Masculinity

What if I told you one of the hardest things to be in the world is being a college aged…

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Game Your Brain – Control Your Biases

Categorized: Diversity

I have implicit biases, lots of them, and so do you! The absolute first thing we should recognize about implicit…

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Feeling Crispy? 5 Tips to Embrace Your Burnout

Categorized: Academic Success

I have been a researcher in wellness and burnout recovery for almost 20 years, and this past year I have…

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6 Signs You May Be Experiencing “Duck Syndrome” Right Now

Categorized: Health & Wellness, Mental Health

Do you ever feel like you’re drowning in obligations and can barely stay afloat? Or like you can’t keep up…

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Why You Want to Stop Weighting to Feel Better this Fall

Categorized: Body Image

Are you already looking into the mirror for hours on end, wondering what people will think of you when you’re…

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The Impact of “Light Hazing” and the Snowball Effect

Categorized: Hazing

“But we aren’t doing anything close to what has been reported on the news or like what they are doing…

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Leadership Plunge – Drawing the Line: Boundary Setting as a Leader

Categorized: Leadership

How do you draw your boundaries with other people? Do you lay them out in pencil, with the ability to…

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Get Involved! Just Don’t Overcommit.

Categorized: Organizational Success

Getting involved as a new student is both exciting and challenging. I know it was for me. You likely have…

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Finding Your Why: Recruit With Your Why

Categorized: Academic Success

As a leader of your organization, you are excited to help it continue to grow. One way to do this…

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Elephants & Onions: Peeling Back the Layers

Categorized: Diversity

For so many of us, diversity is often the Elephant in the room. We notice differences, we see differences, and…

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We All Can, and Must, Do More To Prevent Sexual Violence

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

One of the significant barriers we face in preventing sexual violence is an implicit bias people feel when considering their…

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The Beauty of Belief

Categorized: Academic Success

“Belief is so easy we make it hard.” Marilyn Trotter. Marilyn holds a special place near-and-dear in my heart because…

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Council Surge: Reflect & Don’t Forget

Categorized: Academic Success

LSummer is an exciting time to enjoy some time away, spend time with loved ones and mentally prepare for the…

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CAMPUSPEAK Welcomes Dr. Walter Kimbrough

Categorized: News, Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  CAMPUSPEAK Thursday, June 9, 2022 CAMPUSPEAK announced today the addition of Dr. Walter Kimbrough. “On behalf of…

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Leading with Fairness

Categorized: Leadership

There are many things that leaders, at best, must do. They must communicate well. They must help chart a course…

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The Outer Body Experience

Categorized: Academic Success, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership

Are you afraid to go, “outer body?”  NOPE! Before you even think it… this obviously isn’t a pitch to tamper with the…

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