After the Assault: The #MeFIRST Approach

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention, Violence Prevention

By: Brittany Piper In 2009, at the age of 20, I was raped and beaten—nearly left for dead, by a…

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WINNER of AFLV PITCH 2019 by CAMPUSPEAK

Categorized: News

CAMPUSPEAK Announces the Winners of PITCH by CAMPUSPEAK May 19, 2019, Coral Springs, FL – We are excited to announce the…

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Time to Recharge: Getting YOU Back on Track

Categorized: Personal Growth

By: Austin Arias SUMMER IS HERE! I am sure you are just as excited as I am. But right about…

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Managing the Chaos of Life

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Curtis Hill As a leader many times you are pulled in multiple directions at the same time. If you…

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Hazing Can be “Phased Out” Over Time. LIE

Categorized: Hazing

By: David Stollman A congressional hearing investigated the hazing-related death of a promising young man from Eastern Pennsylvania. He was…

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What Do I Do/Say If Someone Tells Me That They Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

By: Dr. Lori Bednarchik Note from the Author: This article was originally written for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Below are…

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The American Ninja Failure?

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Alex Weber It’s 3AM and I’m sopping wet, embarrassed, and there’s a few hundred people staring at me! I…

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When Thoughts are Unkind

Categorized: Authenticity, Mental Health

By: Tara Fuller Sometimes I think, “When will I be enough for myself?” I have these twisted up contrary feelings…

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I Am Authentic

Categorized: Authenticity, Diversity, LGBTQ+ Issues

By: Jared Sampson No one should ever be denied basic human rights because of the color of their skin, religion,…

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Transition Like a Pro

Categorized: Organizational Development

By: Austin Arias Can you believe it? Another academic year has reached it final few months. Like any student leader,…

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What Difference Can One Person Have

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: The Peterson Family After 15 years working with college students, Craig Peterson reached a crossroads.  “What’s next? Do I…

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AFLV 10 Year Journey

Categorized: Leadership

By: Darryl Bellamy Jr. It took Darryl ten years to get to the AFLV stage, watch this video detailing his…

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Rejection? Not Your Issue!

Categorized: Personal Growth

By: Andrea Mosby Often I find myself looking and listening to various media outlets. From the internet, to social media…

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6 Ways to Refuel Over Spring Break

Categorized: Personal Growth

By: Linnita Hosten The semester is speeding by and Spring is just around the corner! Have you thought about how…

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Are you Truly Awake? 3 Ways to Guarantee Happiness and Success in Life

Categorized: Personal Growth

By: Hailey Yatros Me? You want me? I distinctly remember that thought running across my mind when I opened up…

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The Power of Story

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Saul Flores At the age of 18 during my junior year at North Carolina State University, I embarked on…

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3 Ways To (Actually) Build Confidence

Categorized: Leadership

By: Alexa Carlin Have you ever walked into a room looking down on your phone? Did you know that small…

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Words Matter

Categorized: Mental Health

By: Sara Lowery Confession: I am a lazy person when it comes to buying gifts and so my personal saving…

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It’s Breakup Season – Four Ways to Get Over It

Categorized: Relationships

By: Rachel DeAlto It’s arrived. Breakup season. Broken hearts will abound at the beginning of the year, rising through Valentine’s…

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What is Your Unfair Advantage?

Categorized: Leadership

By: Tom Healy I was recently asked by a student leader “how do I make a great impact in my…

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A Year to Think Big

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Saul Flores For my younger siblings and I, the start of a new year meant a ziplock bag full…

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It’s the little things…

Categorized: Etiquette

By: Katherine Mason Young Traveling for work I find myself in all sorts of social dynamics on any given day.…

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Can we all just get along…

Categorized: Social Justice

By: Dr. Stacey Pearson-Wharton “Can we all just get along?” Those words were spoken by Rodney King during a very…

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APPLE Leadership

Categorized: Leadership

By: Kaylon Blake Soooo….I really needed a new pair of headphones but was torn between purchasing the Apple Airpods or…

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Facing Fears to Find Freedom

Categorized: Latino/a Issues

By: Samantha Ramirez-Herrera I am 33 years old and for the first time in my life I feel visible. Last…

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Why Your Feelings Have Everything To Do With Changing the World

Categorized: Personal Growth

by Dr. Leslie Nwoke “It’s all Just Too Much” My girlfriend and I had just hopped on FaceTime to catchup.…

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Life-Changing Advice from a Stranger Named Chuck

Categorized: Authenticity, Relationships

By: Hailey Yatros I once knew a man whose name was Chuck. Chuck was a regular at a restaurant I…

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Getting Men to the Table

Categorized: Masculinity, Sexual Violence Prevention

By: Tim Mousseau I recently attended a day-long conference put on concerning general sex education and the positive sides of…

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Don’t Let Classes Interfere With Your Real Education

Categorized: Academic Success, Leadership

By: Tom Healy I was recently asked a few weeks ago to provide my best advice to students as they…

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Deferred Recruitment Doesn’t Exist.

Categorized: Recruitment

By: David Stollman Your university might require students to complete a semester of college or participate in a formal recruitment…

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Think Big

Categorized: Personal Growth

By: Saul Flores Every day when we turn on the news, we see stories of young leaders who are standing…

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Why dignity? It’s all about the cookie!

Categorized: Decision Making, Ethics, Personal Growth, Values

by Mike Dilbeck, Founder and Executive Producer of DignityU To even begin answering this question, we must first ask, “What is…

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Put On Your Oxygen Mask First: Prioritizing Self-Care

Categorized: Body Image, College Completion, First Year Experience, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Health & Wellness, Leadership, Masculinity, Mental Health, Motivation & Inspiration, Suicide Prevention

By: Lauren Cook It’s the beginning of 2017. Are you already feeling stressed out? After the holiday season, we tend…

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Monica McGee Appointed Chief Operating Officer of CAMPUSPEAK

Categorized: News, Press Releases

March 8, 2017, Orlando, FL – CAMPUSPEAK announced today the appointment of Monica McGee as its Chief Operating Officer, effective April…

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Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

The key to all effective awareness and prevention campaigns is the spread of relevant information. Through his experience speaking across…

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SPEAK UP Updates

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

WE HEARD YOU! Over the past 10 months, we have heard countless Higher Education professionals and Title IX Coordinators insist…

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Safe Spring Breakers Guide

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs

Don’t be a travel newbie. Here are a few quick things every spring breaker can do to ease the headache…

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Top 5 Biggest Myths of Leadership

Categorized: Leadership

Often in life things are repeated so many times we all just assume they are true, even if they are…

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Etiquette Essentials

Categorized: Career Development, Etiquette

Looking for a job, a date, or just some new friends? There are a few things you can do to…

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Three Launching Points for the New Year

Categorized: Social Justice

It’s January, the month of new beginnings well it’s now February of month of love and new beginning 2.0. At…

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Being black in white spaces

Categorized: Diversity, Social Justice

Being black in predominantly white spaces can be complicated for African Americans at different ages and stages in life. The…

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Finding peace, joy, and gratitude

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

As I have gotten older, my focus in life has changed a bit. I care more now about my family,…

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Ready to bring home your +1?

Categorized: Relationships

Nothing says you’ve reached the next step in your relationship like bringing them home with you for the holidays the…

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Maximize your time during winter break

Categorized: Career Development, Community College, Motivation & Inspiration

The holidays are upon us and we know that some well­ deserved rest and relaxation lies ahead. I get it,…

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Tolerance: Know your limits

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs

The Fall term on a college campus offers so many memorable and traditional events. From Homecoming to fraternity/sorority recruitment to…

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Create your perfect event with a CAMPUSPEAK Custom Program

Categorized: Program Planning

Sometimes one size doesn’t fit all. CAMPUSPEAK Custom Programs offer the ultimate personalized educational experience for your campus. With a…

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Fixing a social justice rupture in your community

Categorized: Social Justice

Over the past several decades, social justice educators have done the honorable work of educating our nation’s students on issues…

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SPEAK UP against sexual misconduct

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

I am humbled and grateful to serve as a contributor for CAMPUSPEAK’s sexual misconduct prevention effort, SPEAK UP. Participating in…

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Community college: Level up!

Categorized: Community College

If life is a game, then community college is your chance to level-up and win. Most students get it wrong…

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What can you do today that will move you closer to your dreams?

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

When your alarm goes off each morning, you wipe the sleep out of your eyes, roll out of bed, and…

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Five ways to survive change

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

We are all looking for love. We all want to belong, to create a life of meaning, to change the…

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Why college leaders fail

Categorized: Leadership

Hypothetical situation. Let’s say your best friend comes to you. You have known this person your entire life. You want…

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Four ways to have a stress-free fall

Categorized: Health & Wellness, Relationships

Welcome back! I hope you had an amazing summer filled great memories that last long after your tan fades. Heading…

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Eight ways to use etiquette to your advantage

Categorized: Etiquette

Looking for a job? A Date? New Friends? Here’s how to put your best foot forward. Lets face it, LIFE…

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Test

Categorized: Uncategorized

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Real talk. Real answers.

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs

Looking for a alcohol and drug abuse prevention speaker that hits all the issues, but doesn’t insult your students’ intelligence?…

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Six steps to a chapter enema: How to clean the crappy members out of your chapter

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life, Recruitment

Tired of working so hard for your chapter when it seems like nobody notices or cares? Frustration is a natural…

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It’s time for a chapter check-in

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

Summer is still one of my favorite times of the year. There seems to be a different kind of balance…

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Hear. Me. Roar!

Categorized: Self-Defense, Sexual Violence Prevention

At age 20-something, I was assaulted on the street one night outside of my New York City apartment. Thankfully, I…

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Time to live your goals!

Categorized: Service Learning, Social Entrepreneurship

BREAKING NEWS: US Women Win The World Cup! The United States crushed Japan, the defending Women’s World Cup champions 5-2.…

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On the road with Decision SCOPE

Categorized: Decision Making

I am on a mission to help college students improve their decision making skills and I’m channeling this through the…

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The millennial myth

Categorized: Millennials, Motivation & Inspiration

I recently read an article written by a millennial named Sierra. The article started like this: “Dear baby boomers and…

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It’s time to speak up

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

When CAMPUSPEAK approached me to be a part of the SPEAK UP program on sexual assault, I knew I had…

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The time to build new leaders is now

Categorized: Leadership

We’re all very familiar with this situation: an organization that was very weak is now stronger than you could have…

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CAMPUSPEAK announces members of new board of advisors

Categorized: News

CAMPUSPEAK announced today that seven members have been selected to serve on the company’s first Board of Advisors. The new…

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Brotherhood and sisterhood matter

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

About four years ago I was sitting in a cabin on a lake in Alabama plugging away at my dissertation.…

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From passive to powerful

Categorized: Leadership

Like many of you, I have been paying close attention to all the news regarding the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter…

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CAMPUSPEAK announces launch of online sexual violence prevention program

Categorized: News, Sexual Violence Prevention

AURORA, CO – CAMPUSPEAK announced today the launch of its new online sexual violence prevention education program, SPEAK UP, which promotes…

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Leadership sickness

Categorized: Leadership

“You sicken me.” If I’m honest with myself, I have to admit that such harsh, judgmental thoughts fired off in…

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SCOPE your life decisions

Categorized: Decision Making

To paraphrase Shakespeare, “All the world’s a stage and we are players.” I didn’t always see life this way. I…

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Retaking our story

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

I believe in the power of personal stories. Facts do not create change, but stories do. It is a proven…

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Retaking our story

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

Facts do not create change, but stories do. Information alone cannot create change, but is something we often forget when…

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Buy in (and don’t) get out!

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

I’m known for a program called, Buy In or GET OUT! Usually, I’m challenging student leaders of our fraternity and…

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A Fork in the Road

Categorized: Decision Making

“A Fork In the Road” is a simple moment when even the smallest decision can lead to spectacular outcomes. You…

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