USF, your sexual health matters. With this as their guiding message, USF seniors Ilana Shoyket and Hannah Cobb have created a library display on sexual health in conjunction with their campus wide “Get Tested” campaign. Get Tested is a social marketing campaign that informs USF students about sexually transmitted infections (STIs), encourages testing for STIs, … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibit: Sexual Health
In honor of Constitution Day, we are celebrating voting rights at Gleeson Library. Continue reading Happy Constitution Day!
Members of USF’s Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity have created a Student Social Justice Exhibit for Gleeson Library on the topic of foster care. The fraternity annually donates money to Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), an organization that provides foster children with consistent, caring volunteer advocates, trained to address each child’s needs in the court and … Continue reading Foster Care – Student Social Justice Exhibit
“Constitution Day” celebrates the ratification of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. On this day, 230 years ago, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention gathered in Philadelphia, PA to sign this landmark document. The Constitution established our national government and fundamental laws, and continues to guarantee basic rights for U.S. citizens. The Bill of … Continue reading Happy Constitution Day!
Our newest Student Social Justice Exhibit is entitled “Female Body Image,” and was created by USF students Jessica Joyner, Dong Ma, and Aaron Wong. The display focuses on the biology and appearances of different kinds of bodies, ranging from how a woman’s body develops to the pressure society places on women to have a perfect body image. … Continue reading Female Body Image Display
USF students Chelsea Noack, Natalie Montoya, and Tracy Tran contribute to the Student Social Justice Exhibits with their installation on sex trafficking. Sex trafficking is a modern day form of slavery that is worth billions of dollars. There are hundreds of thousands of victims, 98% of them being women and girls. The inner workings of … Continue reading Sex Trafficking Exhibit
Biology students Breanna, Corinna, and Jocelyn constructed an installation for the Student Social Justice Exhibit, found in Gleeson library, to highlight female genital mutilation which is a major violation of girls’ and women’s human rights. Female genital mutilation refers to all procedures involving partial or total removal of the female external genitalia or other injury … Continue reading Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation