• Sexual Assault Reporting: Senator Gillibrand Pushes for Reform in the Military

    By AMANDA KORB STAFF WRITER At St. Lawrence University, we encourage victims of sexual assault to report their case. The incidence is to be shared to someone with authority than can offer protection and accountability from the offender. When thinking protection, the image of the police or military department may come to mind; however, how […]

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  • Obama Calls for Body Cameras on Policemen

    President Barack Obama is calling for $75 million in federal spending to ensure 50,000 more police officers are equipped with body cameras. This decision, announced at the White House on December 1st, comes in the wake of protests across the country after the decision not to indict the police officer Darren Wilson, who killed an […]

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  • Presidential Receptions: What President Fox Does When He’s Not on Campus

    Throughout the year, President William Fox and his wife Lynn host multiple Presidential Receptions throughout the country for alumni, parents and friends. This past Thanksgiving, he expanded these receptions overseas as they visited the London and France SLU Abroad Programs. President and Mrs. Fox began the trip by visiting the London Abroad Program as well […]

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  • Are SLUdents Afraid to Be Allies?

    By ALLY FRIEDMAN ’15 MANAGING EDITOR In August, the University began implementing a grant from the New York State Department of Health that calls for a stronger network of services and resources for LGBTQ students on campus. Since then, plenty of faculty, staff, and department offices have undergone “cultural competency” training and organizers have hosted […]

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  • Op-Ed: What To Do After Brown, Garner

    [By Annie Wilcox] [Guest Writer] Eric Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe,” represent more than his unwarranted death, but a greater issue, a suffocation that minorities endure in the United States. Eric Garner’s death has riled the nation, causing a deep divide between the police and their supporters, and the black population and their supporters. […]

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  • Dear DUB: UVA Rape Allegations

    As a Charlottesville native, who grew up singing the “Wah-hoo-wah-VIRGINIA” anthem at uproarious Saturday football games, UVA has always been near and dear. However, The University (as locals and students refer to it) has recently come under fire for mishandling cases of sexual assault and rape and has since shut down Fraternity life until the […]

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