Brescia University College, Huron University College, and King’s University College have announced that they are launching mandatory gender-based sexual violence prevention training for all student leaders and incoming first-year students. The training will be provided through Anova, a charity in London, Ontario that works to create a future without violence. Student leaders will participate in the training over the summer, while first-year students will be required to complete it ahead of their arrival on campus in Fall 2022. “Every student has the right to feel safe and welcome on campus,” said Huron AVP Students Jennifer Flynn-Clark. “Through this training, we can challenge the patterns and behaviours that result in gender-based violence and create a culture rooted in inclusivity, tolerance, and safety.” King’s UC Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.