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Got Consent? Be SU.R.E.

English version: Spanish version:   The Got Consent? Be SU.R.E. campaign is releasing a series of public service announcements educating students on the importance of sexual consent on the Syracuse University campus. Through teaming up with Professor Andy Robinson, who teaches Television and Radio Film courses at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, these PSAs… Continue reading Got Consent? Be SU.R.E.

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SU Sorority Brings Ideas of Sexual Health and Education to Campus

This Tuesday, the women of Omega Phi Beta played off the popular MTV show Girl Code, and brought the discussion of hyper-sexuality and sexual health to the SU campus with their Girl Code: Hyper Sexuality event. The event was part of OPB’s Serving and Educating Week: First Love Yourself. This weeklong event focuses on mental,… Continue reading SU Sorority Brings Ideas of Sexual Health and Education to Campus

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STD Awareness Month: Starting With a Common One—Chlamydia

by Gina Colonette, sexual health blogger April showers bring May flowers—and STD Awareness. How are you celebrating STD Awareness Month? Hopefully not with an STD! In honor this month’s festivities, let’s dig into STD facts each week. I’m going to get to the most popular one first. It seems chlamydia and gonorrhea are a favorite… Continue reading STD Awareness Month: Starting With a Common One—Chlamydia

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Gold Star for Syracuse’s Sexual Health Report Card

by Gina Colonette, blogger Football and sexual health—it seems Syracuse University’s priorities are in order. It’s 4 to 1 this football season, and SU moved up 23 spots on Trojan’s Sexual Health Report Card with a GPA of 2.56. From an academic standpoint, a GPA of 2.56 doesn’t make Syracuse an over-achiever, but the university… Continue reading Gold Star for Syracuse’s Sexual Health Report Card

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Healthy Habits

Pick your birth control–with some guidance by Marcy Franklin, Online Editor Remember getting your first pack of birth control? It seemed like a little pink case with a bunch of white pills was the only option to avoid pregnancy. But have you really explored all of your options?

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Egg Hunt

Your friends chatter about their plans for spring break, your parents hound you about getting a job, and you try to figure out how you will be able to pay off your ever-amounting college loans after graduation. Suddenly, you see it — your ticket out of debt. An advertisement in the Daily Orange offers $5,000 for simply donating an egg. Help a family and earn the money you need. This route, with the right procedural knowledge, might be the right choice. However, if you are not up for daily doc tor check-ups and possible health risks, you might want to rethink your decision.