Tea & Ethics event raises the question of consent and dating
Up for discussion are the challenges students confront in friendships, relationships or any other social settings in college life. For instance, what are the responsibilities of the institution, students and student organizations when it comes to promoting healthy sexual choices?
Coastal Carolina University’s Nils Rauhut, director of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values, will lead the panel. Joining him will be Angela Fitzpatrick, assistant director of the Women and Gender Studies program; Chris Donevant-Haines, assistant director for CCU’s Counseling Services; and students Kaitlyn Bailey and O’Shay Scott, representing CCU’s fraternity and sorority life.
For more information, contact the Jackson Center at 843-349-4149 or visit www.coastal.edu/jacksoncenter.