Wfmynews2.com 7/9/2014"... The North Carolina A&T Greek Alumni started the Greeks Against Domestic Violence campaign. The website says their purpose is to 'bring awareness on domestic violence while revitalizing & reinforcing our purpose to the families & the communities we live in & serve.' You may not be a member of one of these Greek organizations. You may not have ties to any Greek organization, but you can still take part in stopping domestic violence and helping victims. ..."
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"... It is unfortunate that the federal government now seeks to restrict the due process rights of students accused of sexual assault or harassment. As your editorial notes, “the Department of Education recommended that universities use ‘preponderance of the evidence’ as the standard of proof instead of the higher ‘clear and convincing’ standard.” But that higher standard protected due process. ..."
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Theguardian.com 7/9/2014"... Boys don't cry, or at least they're not supposed to. Yes, the old, unreconstructed machismo that was once all too synonymous with being a man has been partly driven back; men are more likely to open up and talk about their feelings. But discussing anxiety, depression and mental distress is still seen as weak or unmanly; the pressure to "man up" and "stop being such a woman" remains pervasive. And let's be frank: these expectations are killing all too many men. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jul/02/young-men-mental-health-crisis-support-cuts
Sanluisobispo.com 7/8/2014"... Internet dating services boast an enviable track record. They’re used by more than 40 million Americans, according to the Statistic Brain website. Seventeen percent of last year’s brides and grooms met each other online. A 2005 British study of online dating site members reported at ScienceDaily.com found that 94 percent of couples who spent time chatting and emailing before meeting for the first time went on to see each other again. Those relationships lasted an average of seven months, with 18 percent of them continuing for more than a year. ..."
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