Post Tagged with: "Stall Seat Journal"

JINWOO CHONG/THE HOYA

Georgetown’s interest in the well-being and safety of its students has come to pervade every corner of campus — even the bathrooms. The Stall Seat Journal, a monthly newsletter featured in bathroom stalls across campus, has been an integral part of the social norms campaign at Georgetown since it was founded in 2006.

Stalling Unhealthy Habits from the Bathroom Stall

The university’s focus on the health and safety of students has become so widely promoted that the topic has carried over to the unlikeliest of places: the bathroom stall. Since 2006, as part of the social norms campaign at Georgetown University, the Stall Seat Journal initiative has increased dialogue about[Read More…]

Health Week Events Highlight Resources

Health Education Services kicked off its first BeWell Week Monday, featuring fitness classes and sex jeopardy, to raise awareness of health issues and on-campus resources that address them. Tessa Telly, social norms coordinator and health promotion counselor, said students often overlook the services offered by HES. “We’re here, we’re free[Read More…]

by September 27, 2011 0 comments Campus News
Beyond the Bathroom: Stall Seat Journal More Than a Quick Read

Beyond the Bathroom: Stall Seat Journal More Than a Quick Read

The Stall Seat Journal is flush with success after tapping into the ultimate captive readership: people in toilet stalls. The news flier, which is published once every two weeks, is posted on the interior-facing doors of about 400 dormitory communal bathroom stalls. The joint effort began at Georgetown in 2004[Read More…]

by March 30, 2011 0 comments Campus News, News