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In this terrible time of 30 degree weather, look forward to summer! Editor’s warning: mentions of gun violence

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A thorough account of sexual violence at the University of Virginia. TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault and may be triggering to some people (Rolling Stone) A fierce debate on what constitutes sexual consent at Harvard University (The Boston Globe) An account of the price paid by survivors of sexual assault in college (The Washington Post) […]

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Here’s Logan Donovan, who Athletics should really get in contact with. Congratulations! Name, Hometown, School: Logan Donovan; Nellysford, VA and New York, NY; SEAS CS Claim to fame? I was on ESC and spent most of my time doing policy work. I co-wrote Columbia’s Medical Amnesty Policy, got the undergraduate schools to come together, and pushed for pass/fail for non-technical […]

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