Photographer Jerry Hull captured these adorable images of this female Red Fox known as “Chloe” playing, stretching and sleeping in the snow.
the timid european ground squirrel, stopping to smell the daisies, photographed in vienna by julian rad, who explains, “you have to be at eye level with the squirrels. that means you have to lay on your stomach for quite a few hours in order to get them in front of your lens. you have to make yourself invisible. it is important that they have no indication you are there.” (see also: more precious lil woodland buddies)
Virginia Wesleyan College found a student responsible for sexual assault, expelled him, then changed his status to “voluntarily withdrawn” to help him get into a new school, according to a lawsuit.
According to the lawsuit, Doe was attending a school-sponsored, no-alcohol party on campus on the third day of the fall 2012 semester when a peer adviser employed by the college lured her to a party where alcohol was served. Doe believes she was served shots of alcohol that had been drugged. She was raped in a lacrosse player’s room, the lawsuit says. Doe suffered extensive vaginal bleeding and bruises. The lawsuit contends she experienced significant pain for weeks.
Doe reported the assault to the university that semester. Virginia Wesleyan scheduled a disciplinary hearing on Feb. 14, 2013. Leading up to the hearing, Doe’s lawsuit states, she was harassed by students who shouted in public, “There’s the slut who’s trying to get [accused student’s name] kicked out of school.”
The college found the accused student responsible for sexual assault and expelled him. Then, on May 3, 2013, Doe received a letter from David E. Buckingham, Virginia Wesleyan’s vice president for student affairs. It informed her the college was changing her assailant’s status from “expelled” to “voluntarily withdrawn” in order to “assist him in seeking further studies.”
THIS NEEDS TO SPREAD LIKE WILDFIRE.
one of the nicest things about CEU is that the programme is ridiculously diverse (there’s 3-4 people from the same country max) so I don’t have to listen to people complaining about undeserving “international” (usually this is codename for Asian) students who are “difficult to work with”
Hi everyone! I am a pre-med student from Australia and I just want to give some advice to other students here on how to adjust to university after leaving high school. I am writing this based on my experiences in Australia, and so some terminologies I use may be different and my advice may not fit…
what is this racist garbage?
"don’t work with international students because you can’t communicate with them and they won’t show up to meetings"
well maybe if you compare people to “dead rats” they won’t want to give you their phone numbers
Anonymous said: Have you ever been in Jakarta? It's my favorite city! How did you find that?
I nearly died of heatstroke but otherwise it was great. I want us to go back to Indonesia when we’re less stressed and better prepared and see more of the city.