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My name is Jasmine O’Neill and I am the Office of Multicultural Affairs’ summer intern and assistant at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. One day I assisted with the presentation on the OMA to the SOAR (Spartan Orientation, Advising and Registration) Orientation Leaders of UNCG. My site supervisor, Jeffrey Coleman presented OMA’s goals and intentions and answered the questions of the orientation leaders. Jeffrey and I divided them into groups and instructed them to present the scenario in a creative/artistic form of their choice choosing from three different scenarios. Group 1 went first and they had to describe the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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In the Winston-Salem Journal online, I read an article that informed me about the reauthorization of an important Act that has many different views on the safety and personal rights of victims who experience domestic violence. This Act is known as the Violence Against Women Act purposely implemented to provide more services and coverage for domestic violence victims including gays, Lesbians, and Native Americans. In some states the regulations for this Act are different, but in North Carolina people who are involved in a same-sex relationship can place restraining orders on the abuser as long as they live in the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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Attending this event was a very great experience in relating to principled problem solving and the core value community. Tiffany Kallam opened up the event with a short speech about how Guilford promotes critical thinking, participation, and community building. The reason she talked about this was to compare it to what education in prisons promote as well. She said that providing an avenue for prisoners to get education builds community and diversity. She closed her brief speech with a quote, “Our greatest error would be to do nothing”. This is referring to the problem of how some people don’t feel... Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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