Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley: “In hookup culture, with a lack of sex education (and) with a lot of alcohol, you may make a really big mistake.”
TAPP President Helen Bass: “This event is not intended to discredit nor support movements for survivor-based policy or proposals for increased defendants’ rights — it’s to get people with different ideas in one room together for a discussion.”
With voter registration now over, TAPP and ASUM turn their efforts to educating the campus about the election and contemporary political issues.
The hashtag #KnowForNov was used to field audience questions during the event, though many waited until the end to ask the individuals questions.
Trey Sprick, one of the founding members of Tigers Against Partisan Politics, will lead the Associated Students of the University of Missouri next year.
TAPP wants to ensure students are politically engaged during nonelection season.
The event featured a panel of three journalists.
TAPP received the Chancellor's Excellence Award for Best New Organization.
Dance Marathon, TAPP, Mizzou Unity Coalition and Camp Kesem win top awards.
A goal of the event was to broaden what sustainability means.
TAPP seeks to provide a nonpartisan forum for students.
The organizations bring in faculty to provide non-partisan commentary.
A political science professor encourages students to watch SNL.
Three faculty members discussed the Affordable Care Act.
A new program gets students registered and educated for Election Day.