Monday, October 1st, 2018

What the Brett Kavanaugh Controversy Teaches Us About Higher Education’s Sexual Assault Procedures

As of Monday, it appeared that Brett Kavanaugh would become the newest Supreme Court Justice. However, following a recent series of allegations accusing Mr. Kavanaugh of attempted sexual assault as…

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Thursday, April 26th, 2018

#MeToo: What Is Sexual Harassment and Does the Gender of the Offender Matter?

By Nicole Marrone Following the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment and sexual assault survivors have stepped forward to share their experiences and work towards a more concrete understanding of what defines…

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Thursday, April 12th, 2018

America First? Bucknell Survey Determines What Americans Value In a Trade Relationship

By Nicole Marrone Following the election of President Donald Trump, a new form of rhetoric has made its way onto the political stage. “America First” was a frequent chime heard…

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