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Sex under the influence

BY SARAH STEGER | Evergreen reporter

March 7, 2014

Washington State University’s party culture makes sex under the influence a dangerous possibility for college life.“This is college; they’re young, they want to have fun, and they want a social lubricant,” said Sexual Assault Advocate Tamara Jell of Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse (AT...

Leveling the playing field with self defense

Pullman Police Officer Greg Umbright teaches self defense to Daily Evergreen Editor-in-Chief Calley Hair (left) and Opinion Editor Dominique Wald (right) in Smith Gym, Friday, Feb. 28.

CALLEY HAIR | Evergreen editor-in-chief

March 7, 2014

When it comes to defending yourself from sexual assault, there’s no such thing as fighting dirty.I had the privilege of participating in a self-defense class with Pullman Police Officer Greg Umbright alongside our opinion editor, Dominique Wald. We literally tackled the physical and psychological elements...

13 methods to avoid entering the parental lifestyle early

13 methods to avoid entering the parental lifestyle early

CHAD SOKOL | Evergreen reporter

March 7, 2014

When it comes to preventing the spread of babies, the options available might overwhelm and confuse. For those who like sex but aren't ready to start a family, here are 13 of the ways one can lower the risk of pregnancy. Each of these methods is covered, free of deductible, under the Affordable Care Act.Typic...

Sex in the digital age

MATTHEW BRUNSTETTER | Evergreen reporter

March 7, 2014

In the digital age, social media and other technologies have changed the way people initiate romantic or intimate relationships.“Some college students might meet someone and then they’ll go to Facebook and check that person out or ‘creep,’” said Stacy Hust, an Associate Professor at the Murrow C...

Foreigners do it better

EVAN PRETZER | Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2014

“You Americans,” the Dutch woman told me, her cigarette delicately perched between two fingers. Everything about her was brimming with sensuality, but the smoking was particularly sexy. “You’re such a violent country. Your movies and games are so bloody, so violent.” She took a drag and exha...

GIESORC helping LGBT community

Matthew Jeffries, GIESORC Sexual Health Awareness Week Director | Guest commentary

March 7, 2014

While all students are served through Health and Wellness Services on campus and other area resources, access can sometimes be difficult for LGBT students.Questions that students are asked by medical professionals can be uncomfortable to answer for any student, especially about their sexual history.Sexu...

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