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Four ways to totally fail at love

Check out this couple's four tips for a healthy relationship.
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4 ways to practice consent and self-empowerment in everyday life

Learn strategies for practicing consent, self-empowerment, and boundary setting.
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Ask the health educator: “How can you deal with competition in a relationship?”

A health educator explains how to deal with competition in a relationship.
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How you can help prevent sexual assault of people with disabilities

Studies of sexual assault consistently show a higher rate of victimization of people with disabilities compared to nondisabled people. The good news? You can get involved.
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Ask the health educator: “How do you know if you’re in a healthy relationship?”

Sometimes you can tell in your gut if your relationship is going well. But other times, it’s not so easy to figure out.
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Ask the health educator: “How do you reject someone who likes you?”

A counselor explains how to kindly deal with someone who has feelings for you when you don't feel the same way.
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Sexual health, culture, and relationships: Our experts answer your questions

Is campus safety improving in terms of sexual assault? How can you talk to your partner about sex in a healthy, nonjudgmental way? Our sexual literacy experts answer these and other important questions.
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What enthusiastic consent actually looks like—and why you should hold out for it

When it comes to sexual encounters, we should strive not just for consent but enthusiastic consent. Learn the difference and why it's worth holding out.
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Your good-roomie guide: How to keep the peace

Rate this article and enter to winDirty coffee mugs are lodged in the windowsill, clothes litter the floor, and the ice cream you were planning to dig into after class is gone—again. Either someone...
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Ask the professor: “What’s the best way to work with nontraditional students in group...

—Daniel A., Portland State University, OregonLet me start with a confession: I was not the world’s best group project member. In fact, I was pretty bad. Why? Because I was focused on the “project”...
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Tame the tension: Science-backed ways to talk it out

Rate this article and enter to win How often are you baffled by someone’s refusal to share (or even see) your point of view? As a species, humans are not terribly effective at changing other...
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Students get real about race—and how to help each other

Rate this article and enter to winIn a recent survey by SH101, close to 1,000 students described incidents of racial bias that they’ve observed or experienced, usually in school. We asked students and experts...