Sexual Responsibility on Campus
Fields, Cheryl D., Black Issues in Higher Education
Institutions take a closer look at their role in today's sexually tolerant environment.
When Dr. Iverson Bell first came to Morehouse College as a freshman in 1969, the campus code of conduct regarding mingling with students of the opposite sex was fairly rigid. "The era of suits and ties was over by then, but we still had strict behaviors," says the Morehouse alumnus. At the time, Bell's future wife was a Spelman student, and he recalls that it wasn't until they were both upper classmen that he saw the inside of her dorm room.
Today, Bell is a psychiatrist who heads the counseling team at the Morehouse Wellness Center. Included among his duties is the task of providing …
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Publication information: Article title: Sexual Responsibility on Campus. Contributors: Fields, Cheryl D. - Author. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 18. Issue: 25 Publication date: January 31, 2002. Page number: 18+. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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