PA Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine Convenes “It’s On Us PA” Campus Sexual Assault Prevention Roundtable at the University of Pittsburgh It’s On Us PA Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today convened an “It’s On Us PA” roundtable discussion at the University of Pittsburgh to solicit feedback from education and community stakeholders on the role of administrators, students, community members and policymakers in combating sexual violence in schools and on college campuses.Last month Governor Wolf announced “It’s On Us PA” – the first statewide campaign to address sexual assault in schools and on campuses. Building on the national “It’s On Us” movement launched by President Obama and Vice President Biden in 2014, “It’s On Us PA” engages education leaders as well as students, teachers, families, and communities to make a personal and public pledge to play a role in preventing and responding effectively to sexual violence. Since the launch less than a month ago, over 200 people – including representation from over 100 schools across the commonwealth – have taken the pledge and signed on to the campaign.“It is on all of us to ensure that Pennsylvania’s students receive a quality education without having to worry about the threat of sexual assault in our schools and on our college campuses,” said Dr. Levine. “Governor Wolf is committed to created schools that teach – and ensuring that those schools also provide a safe and nurturing environment for our students from kindergarten through college. Sexual assault should never be part of any student’s education experience – and I am proud to join Governor Wolf and the over 200 Pennsylvanians that have already taken the “It’s On Us PA” pledge.”Dr. Levine was joined at the event by State Senator Jay Costa, State Representative Dan Frankel, as well as representatives from the PA Department of Education, PA Commission for Women, PA Action Against Rape, Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education, Duquesne University, University of Pittsburgh, California University of PA, Indiana University of PA, Community College of Allegheny County, Carlow University, Chatham University, South Allegheny School District, Avonworth School District, Bethel Park School District, Allegheny Intermediate Unit, Woodland Hills School District, Baldwin-Whitehall School District, Northgate School District and South Fayette Township School District.“We all share in the responsibility to keep students safe and prevent sexual assaults on college campuses,” said Senator Costa. “I’m proud to be part of the “It’s On Us” campaign and see it as an opportunity to further open lines of communication and build bridges between our students and the community. While these discussions won’t be easy, they couldn’t be more important.”“I’m proud to join Physician General Levine for this important roundtable discussion in the heart of my legislative district,” said Representative Frankel. “President Obama and Governor Wolf have shown great leadership in working to combat the epidemic of campus sexual assaults and I believe the “It’s On Us PA” campaign is going to make a real difference in the lives and safety of our students across the Commonwealth.”Today’s event is an important step in a year of action, in which the Wolf Administration is working with community leaders and stakeholders from across the commonwealth to develop state-level policy recommendations to address the pressing issue of sexual assault in our schools and postsecondary institutions.# # #Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf February 22, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Batesville, In. — The Batesville Police Department says County Road 1350N between Coonhunters Road and State Road 129 will be closed for utility work on the afternoon of Thursday, March 8.
The Scotland international, 27, is the south London outfit’s record signing after he arrived from Wigan in a £7million deal last summer. McArthur impressed during his debut campaign at Palace and manager Alan Pardew was keen to tie the midfielder down to a new contract. James McArthur has committed his long-term future to Crystal Palace after putting pen-to-paper on a new three-year deal with the club. Press Association Everton and Norwich were both reported to be interested in McArthur, but the Scot will now extend his stay at Selhurst Park until 2018. “I’m delighted, I had a fantastic time last year and I think the club’s going in a great direction,” McArthur told cpfc.co.uk. “Everyone’s positive around the place and I’m really looking forward to the coming years. “I think there was a bit of general interest [in me], but Palace is where I want to be, I’m happy and that’s the main thing in football. “When you’re happy, you need to try to keep that and keep going with it. I think the club have got the potential to go places. It was an easy decision. There was nothing really to consider.” Pardew, who guided Palace to 10th in the Barclays Premier League last season, lauded the impact of McArthur since his arrival at Selhurst Park. “James is a very important player for this football club, he was key for me last season and he has impressed with every aspect of his play,” Pardew said. “I’ve been a fan of his for a long time and was impressed with his performances when he was playing for Wigan. “Because of the quality that he brings and the attitude that he has, it was important to offer him this new deal.”