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Lecture at Pitt prompts student to ask, “How do I ask someone out?”

by the Pitt Off the Hook Officer Team This past April Pitt Off the Hook invited Monica Gabriel, the Relationship Editor at Verily Magazine, to give a talk entitled “The Big Lie of the Hookup Culture,” at the University of … Continue reading »

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‘Philosophical Foundations of Sexual Ethics’
at Biola University

by The Biola Anscombe Society Officer Team Is romantic love possible without good will? In our fast-paced culture where people can receive instant services and goods, for many young people one of the last things they think about is what … Continue reading »

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On Work and Dating: One Recent Grad’s Perspective

by Zach Horton Entering the workforce is a lot like going back to high school: you’re shuffled from one thing to the next, hardly in charge of your own schedule, and all the while, you’re under the gun to excel … Continue reading »

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When a Date Forces You Out of Your Comfort Zone

by Lauren Galvan A couple of weeks ago, I made a deal with some of my friends. The deal was that we would all ask someone out on a date before the end February. But one of my friends did … Continue reading »

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Moving the Conversation #BeyondConsent at
The Catholic University of America

by Brooke Paris The Catholic University of America hosts a number of events on campus during the first few months of school that talk about sex. Here are just a few: “Real World,” a skit put on during orientation; “Bystander … Continue reading »

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Finding Common Ground

by Caitlin La Ruffa Like most universities, my alma mater is rightly concerned with the problem of sexual assault on campus and has sought for years to educate students about the risks and the standards of consent. Their approach is … Continue reading »

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What’s Wrong With Sex?

by Nathaniel Eggleston While standing in front of the Off the Hook booth at the University Activities Fair, a young man who I will call Dave walked up to me and asked: “What’s wrong with sex?” I don’t know what … Continue reading »

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Moving Beyond Consent

by Jackie Herrick Jackie Herrick, a junior at James Madison University, reflects on the Love and Fidelity Network’s 2015 Orientation Poster Campaign.  When students arrive at college, a common reaction is the heavy exhale, followed by the not so subtly … Continue reading »

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The Love that Satisfies: Matt Fradd Visits Providence College

by Matthew J. Cavaco What could possibly be more exciting than having Matt Fradd speak at your college campus? Having him ride shotgun in your car beforehand, that’s what! On Tuesday, February 24, Matt Fradd traveled to Providence, Rhode Island … Continue reading »

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Student Voice: Leaving a Legacy

Below is an interview with Emily Blume, the founder and co-president of “Pitt Off the Hook.” Emily is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh and will be graduating this spring with degrees in English Literature and French this spring. As the founder … Continue reading »

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