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The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

A participant in the #MeToo and Radical Self Love event crafts a personal essential oil bottle to use during times of stress. Essential oils are known to be beneficial both physically and mentally, as they can strengthen skin cells and heal some illnesses as well as ease anxiety and depression, both of which can be effects of sexual assault. (AJ Frankson | Collegian)

#MeToo & Radical Self-Love event places focus on survivors of sexual assault

Charlotte Lang April 19, 2018

Colorado State University’s first annual #MeToo & Radical Self-Love event took place Wednesday evening at the Lory Student Center. Hosted by the Women and Gender Advocacy Center and Ram Events, this...

One of WGACs entry doors to their office in the LSC welcomes students with vibrant colors.

WGAC to host #MeToo self-love expo for sexual violence survivors

Samantha Ye April 17, 2018

The Women and Gender Advocacy Center will host a new expo, “#MeToo & Radical Self Love” on Wednesday, April 18 from 5-8:30 p.m. in the Lory Student Center. The event is designed to give primary...

WGACs lettering is accompanied with art that welcomes student outside of their office in the LSC next to the LGBT office.

New exhibit to show stories of interpersonal abuse survivors through art

Sarah Ehrlich April 3, 2018

A photo can tell a powerful story, and in this case, it is a story of survival. During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Colorado State University social work major Kimberley Breslin and the Women and Gender...

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