As college students, we’ve dealt with issues of consent a countless number of times throughout our lives and in many different contexts long before the #MeToo movement.
The vote to declare pornography a public health risk came at the same time Florida legislators declined to hold hearings on another bill that would ban high-capacity magazines and assault rifles like the one used in the Parkland shooting.
The volunteers in Tallahassee decided it’s time to educate our community about Crisis Pregnancy Centers in a fun and creative way.
As we tackle the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, I wanted to share an update on our affiliate and what we are doing to continue providing lifesaving care for the patients who rely on us.
With standing water from Hurricane Irma an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes, now more than ever it is important for us to keep talking about the threat of Zika.
As we continue to monitor Hurricane Irma and prepare for possible impacts from the storm, the safety of our patients, employees and their families, is paramount.
During college, we make a lot of really important decisions about our sexuality and relationships. Here are some things you need to know before heading back to college or hitting the quad for the first time.
For most college students it’s a time for meeting new people, parties, alcohol consumption, dating, and sex. With all of this comes the very real risk of STDs.
Here’s an easy checklist of things to learn about your campus health center now before classes take over your life.
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