Columbia College on Friday used skits, a presentation and small-group discussions to educate first-year students about serious situations they might encounter at the school. The college’s Title IX office and Prevention Center presented the program. It started in Launer Auditorium with upperclassmen presenting skits of scenarios including drunken driving, sexual harassment, rape and dealing with a fellow student’s depression.
“Columbia College officials help first-year students to make good choices” – Columbia Daily Tribune
“Columbia College unveils bystander intervention program” – Columbia Missourian