Obama Not the Only One Pulling Out
Written by Bwog Staff
As you have undoubtedly heard by now, our Commander in Chief has announced the unilateral withdrawal of all American troops currently in Iraq. While the decision has topped headlines around the world, we have our own milestone to celebrate. Trojan researchers along with Sperling once again declared Columbia the sexually healthiest school in the nation for the second year in a row. According to the following excerpt from the press release, there is good reason for Columbia’s distinction:
Columbia continues to be a model of excellence when it comes to sexual health resources, earning perfect scores in categories such as HIV testing for students, contraceptive availability, as well as the newly implemented “Extra Credit” category, which incorporated student testimonials to gauge sentiment on campus.
“Columbia’s focus on sexual health is a clear priority on-campus, supported whole-heartedly by the students, faculty and administration,” said Bert Sperling, president of Sperling’s BestPlaces. “The renowned ‘Go Ask Alice!’ website, coupled with more than 15 student health groups makes it no surprise that the university consistently tops the rankings.”
For more information about the methodology and the ranking of other schools, you can read the full press release.