Two things happen when students finish their presentations at the annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, which this year is being held from March 29-31 at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
The issue of Hazing and Bullying has created a new level of concern for parents sending their children to college. The elevated incidence of injuries and harm (physical, emotional, psychological) and deaths of those falling victim to the violence that is the result of inflicting suffering and pain upon another person.
Bullying has many forms from verbal harassment, sexual assaults (and favors), cyber threats and physical attacks. All used to create an environment of fear, trepidation and compliance to the wishes of the tormentor(s). Hazing is the execution of psychological manipulation, physical violence and emotional persuasion to create conditions of servitude (serving those who execute hazing) and creating circumstances of acceptance for violence and humiliation to gain entrance into an organization.
There are growing stories of students from elementary, middle and high school who experience at various levels bullying; this may come in the form of harassment and torment at the amusement of one person or multiple persons.
Attended by Malcolm Bloodsaw of Holiday Hill Elementary, S J Hannan of Andrew Robinson Elementary, William Jackson educator with DCPS and Edward Waters College. The Symposium’s focus is on Reclaiming Young Black Males for Jacksonville’s Future. Malcolm and SJ, the many young Black men in attendance and the thousands that reside in Jacksonville the Symposium was directed at them.
Two Jacksonville men were arrested Monday for multiple captive wildlife law violations involving venomous snakes and conditional reptile species.
According to a release from Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Robert S. Hayes, 58, and Scott Hayes, 29, were cited when FWC officers executed a search Monday afternoon at the Hayes’ residence.