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To increase male student retention and combat sexual violence, one California university is offering a “safe space” for male-identifying students to discover their authentic masculinity.
“Dudes Understanding Diversity and Ending Stereotypes (DUDES) is a traveling Men’s Center, housed in the Campus Diversity and Inclusion Center for students who identify as Men, as well as women, transgendered students, and male allies,” the University of Redlands states on its website.
The DUDES Resource Center, the description elaborates, “provides support for students who would like a safe space to talk about men’s issues, get involved on campus, and discuss issues regarding masculinity, media, gender roles, etc.” DUDES is one of five “Gender Programs” at Redlands that are designed to supplement the work of the Women’s Center and the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Department.
The other initiatives include a “Masculinity Discussions” series, as well as three programs that provide resources and support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
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The Men’s Retention Committee formed DUDES to help close that gender gap while also demonstrating that Redlands men aren’t male chauvinists.
RYG hosted a rally this spring to discuss “issues of modern policing,” at which they encouraged participants to sign a petition asking the Department of Justice to mandate better data reporting in police departments.
There’s a rustic yet modern and clean feel to the restaurant.
You can immediately tell that the owners and staff were committed to creating an intimate and classy atmosphere, and they do so with restored ceilings, dim lights and high-back leather seats.
Music ranges depending on who’s on shift (I’ve heard rock, hip-hop, R&B, and alternative) and can, at times, be overpowering and a bit too loud for comfortable conversation. Each employee that I have come in contact with has offered up their suggestions for what to eat and drink, and they’re always on point.
Turning the music down just a bit would give them major points, in my book. Friday nights can get pretty hectic, so keep in mind your servers might have more than usual on their plate — cut them some slack.
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