Bystander Blog

The Web of Consequence from Another Hazing Death
October 19, 2021

The consequence of another hazing death, and how to prevent future deaths and harm from hazing.

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Substance Abuse Prevention Month 2020: Steph's Struggle to Get Sober
September 28, 2020

Steph's boyfriend, Grady, writes about his journey assisting his girlfriend's battle with addiction and substance abuse, emphasizing on some important advice on how to support a loved one through rehabilitation.

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Lessons from the Grave of Timothy Piazza
July 17, 2019

What can we learn from the death of a 19-year-old college student?

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Remembering Matthew Carrington
March 14, 2019

The tragic loss of Matthew Carrington to hazing - and the movement that has evolved from his death.

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6 Ways to Promote Healthy Relationships During Teen Dating Violence Month
February 21, 2019

One Love shares 6 Ways to Promote Healthy Relationships During Teen Dating Violence Month.

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Mental Wellness vs. Mental Health
January 30, 2019

Diving into the distinctions between mental health and mental wellness, and why it matters for college campuses.

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Ten Years - A Road to Gratitude
December 2, 2018

“A Road to Gratitude”: an open letter from the Starkey Family about lessons learned over the past 10 years since the passing of Carson Starkey.

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Ten Years – Ten Lessons: A Road To Gratitude
December 2, 2018

10 lessons from Scott and Julia Starkey over the last 10 years

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World Kindness Day
November 7, 2018

51 inspirations of kindness.

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Lifting the Veil on Mental Illness
October 17, 2018

A glance at some of the ways you can help end the stigma around mental health.

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5 Steps to Stop Hazing
September 23, 2018

Student risk management and hazing prevention expert Kim Novak of NovakTalks has provided her top five recommendations to prevent hazing in student organizations.

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Stay Safe This Summer: What Teens Need To Know About Responsible Driving
June 15, 2018

Every day, 6 teens age 16-19 years die from motor vehicle injuries according to the CDC. Driving while under the influence of alcohol is one of the major causes of car crashes with 15% of drivers 15-20 years involved in fatal accidents in 2016 having blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08% or more. Now that summer is just around the corner, the incidence of accidents is likely to increase.

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Student Alcohol Safety 101
August 31, 2018

What students need to be aware of concerning alcohol.

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