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COMMENTARY: If we bully our way to the top, do we win?

Do you want people to care about your character and your happiness and your quality of life - or do you simply want to win? And if you win because you have bullied your way to victory, do you really win?

Safe Schools Act re-introduced in U.S. House, aims to help prevent bullying

U.S. Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-Calif.) on Thursday re-introduced the Safe Schools Improvement Act in the U.S. House, a bill to help ensure a safe learning environment at schools nationwide and provide necessary resources to prevent school bullying and reduce the rising drop-out rate.

Life with Benny: The kids are all right

SDGLN Staff Writer Benny Cartwright shares about a simple gesture some local elementary school kids made to combat bullying on their campus.

THEATER REVIEW: ion’s “Punk Rock”

“Punk Rock” plays through March 9 at ion theatre’s BLKBOX, directed by Glenn Paris. This is the play’s second U.S production.

What if gay kids had a church that loved them?

“I can only wonder how my life would have been different if there’d been a church around that had loved me for who God created me to be, instead of trying to change me from what it feared I represent.”

Tyler Clementi anti-harassment act re-introduced in Congress

During a dedication ceremony Monday of the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University in New Jersey, U.S. Rep. Rush Holt, (D-N.J.) announces that he and U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) have reintroduced legislation in Congress that would require colleges to implement anti-harassment policies.