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Photo and story by Reana Gibson / Contributing Writer MTSU hosted the Power of One Yard games at the Student Union Commons on Tuesday afternoon to promote awareness of bystander intervention on campus. The Power of One is a program at MTSU that teaches students awareness of when violence is occurring on campus and how …

Photo and story by Shanna Love / Contributing Writer  The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students held a “Stand Up and Speak Out” training event Tuesday in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building to inform students on what to do if they encounter a sexual or domestic assault situation on or …

Photo by Alexis Marshall / Assistant News Editor  The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students recently won a $10,000 grant from the Avon Foundation to help create new programming at MTSU for bystander intervention training. June Anderson Center Director Barbara Scales said that hundreds of universities across the country applied for the grant. The …

Men sported high heels at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event on Thursday that was held to spread awareness of rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Barbara Scales, director of the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, was out leading the event. “Today is an event where our (Interfraternity Council) men …

Photo and story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Interfraternity Council held its bystander intervention training on Thursday afternoon in the Student Union Building. The presentation was “Power of One,” created and presented by Barbara Scales, the director of the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students. Austin Sawyer, Associate Vice President of …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Contributing Photographer Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer With spring break approaching, sexual assault and bystander intervention were the topics of discussion at the MTSU Scholars Academy “Step Up” training seminar. Barbara Scales, Director of the June Anderson Center for Women & Nontraditional Students, explained how the Step Up …