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The following articles highlight some of the work of our staff:

11/21/14 Vanguard: WRC to host support workshop for non-traditional women by Andy Anady

09/09/14, The Oregonian: Ray Rice case: Domestic violence advocate says judging victim is harmful (Q&A) by Melissa Binder

04/23/14, Vanguard: It's never too late: The average age of PSU students is on the rise by Breana Harris

5/20/13, Vangaurd: "Holaback! to raise awareness about street harassment" by

2/20/13, Willamette Weekly: "A Question of force" by Matt Kauffman

2/18/13, Vangaurd: "From the stage to a global movement" by Jessica Miller

2/13/13, PSU TV: "The 2012 Vagina Monolouges at Portland State University" by Justin Brown

11/12/12, Vanguard: "Zines give voice to social justice" by Robin Crowell

10/30/12, Vanguard: "Women of color combat abuse with activism" by Andrew Morse

5/31/12, The 2011-12 Aimee Shattuck Award Recipient and Honorees Announced.

4/26/12, Vanguard: "Stopping abusers in their tracks" by Hannah Noble
(A Q-and-A with social worker and first-time author Lynn Fairweather)
© The Portland State Vanguard 2012

4/11/12 Kari Anne McDonald is named "Best Campus Leader" at PSU. Read her profile.

4/11/12, Vanguard: "Students encouraged to examine realities of sexual violence" By Vanessa Wendland
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1/10/12, Vanguard: "Sexual assaults lead to increased security" by Kali Simmons
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1/10/12, Vanguard: "Film screenings illuminate sex trafficking issues" By Desmond Fuller
© The Portland State Vanguard 2012.

Fall 2010 Student Affairs Newsletter: staff profiles on Emily Persico, Tonya Jones, and the recent CAPS/WRC collaboration.

10/26/2010, Vanguard: "Community-wide vigil to be held for Domestic Violence Month: Domestic violence murder cases increasing in Multnomah County."

10/26/2010, Vanguard: "IPVTF Letter to the Editor: Domestic Violence Awareness Month."

10/5/2010, Vanguard: "That's Not Funny...Or Is It?"

9/28/2010, Vanguard: "It's OK to Laugh: Being a Feminist Doesn't Mean You Are Humorless."