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Consent 101

Yesterday, the Sweet ’16ers learned how to keep sex sexy with Consent 101. Below, NSOP 2012 attendee Alexander Pines takes a look at what that program consisted of, how it was received, and whether Health Services might take things a little more seriously. For the last major mandatory event of NSOP, “Mapping Your First Year […]

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The Bwog Condom Guide

Use condoms. Have a good year! Guide by Stephen Davan. Click to enlarge in a pop-up window. RAs and other Good Samaritans, you can download a PDF version of this map for printing in color or greyscale. Columbia Condoms: Gotta Catch ’em All!

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CCSC: Smoking Ban, Study Days, and the Sexiness of Justice

Satow Room Bureau Chief James Downie brings you the latest from CCSC: The Freedom to Light Up: The only voting matter before the council last night was a smoking ban resolution declaring CCSC’s opposition to a campus-wide ban. The resolution, from 2011 VP Sean Udell, 2012 Class Rep Kenny Durrell and University Senator Tim Lam, […]

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