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Oct 18, 2019
Jessica Burge had an opportunity to cross something off her bucket list when she decided to study abroad in Australia. Halfway through the semester, she realizes she’s living her dream, even if it has pushed her outside of her comfort zone.
Oct 18, 2019
For the past 50 years, the National Center for Water Quality Research (formerly the Water Quality Lab) has been at the forefront of data collection, monitoring, research and outreach in support of sustainable use of soil and water resources. Those who created the lab, those who have worked tirelessly to sustain it and those who will see it into the next five decades came together Thursday night to celebrate its accomplishments and contributions.
Oct 17, 2019
A group of graduate and undergrad student organizations are leading an effort that empowers students to speak openly about mental health and wellness, ultimately changing the perception and conversation around the topic.
Oct 16, 2019
Students in the Explorations of Psychology class traveled to Wooster over Fall Break for a service learning experience and to take a closer look at the problem of homelessness in the community. They described the experience as “eye-opening” and “amazing.”
Oct 11, 2019
Statistics indicate that sexual assault doesn’t happen to just women. About 1 in 16 men also are victims, suggesting it’s highly underreported in that population.
The main goal of Heidelberg’s new Center for Survivor Empowerment is to provide resources, advocacy and awareness – and ultimately, prevention – for everyone, regardless of gender, according to Ronee Rice. Ronee led the effort to create the center on campus, which launched earlier this semester.