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Let’s talk about sex

Let's talk about sex

Gray Timberlake, Editor-in-Chief

February 14, 2020

The Netflix series “Sex Education” follows Otis, an awkward teenager, who, despite being a virgin, opens a sex clinic because his mom is a sex therapist. The queries Otis answers, including whether or not chlamydia is an airborne disease, show that Otis’ school does not teach sex education, a problem...

Students ask anonymous health questions during class meetings

Family practice physician Rebecca McEntee answers an anonymous question during class meetings. Juniors and seniors had a combined discussion with McEntee in the Center.

Gray Timberlake, Senior Reporter

April 28, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Health professionals led conversations split by grades during class meetings last week about various health-related topics. Students had the opportunity to write down anonymous questions on notecards that were collected and answered out loud by the health professional leading their discuss...

Congress needs to fund women’s health clinics

Congress needs to fund women's health clinics

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

October 1, 2015

After Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg disturbed an entire neighborhood in the Mission by displacing locals to build his mansion, he has finally done something worth a “Like” — giving money to the largest provider in women’s health and family planning, Planned Parenthood. Zuckerberg and his...

Komen restores controversial funds

A trophy from Race for the Cure is displayed outside of the Mother Williams Library. SOPHIA REDFERN | The Broadview

March 13, 2012

Elizabeth Smith News Editor The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation — whom CSH has supported through its annual participation in Race for the Cure for the past 17 years — reversed its decision to fund Planned Parenthood following public outcry from the public, including Komen supporters and dono...

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