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IFC starts assault education program

The Interfraternity Council is set to implement a new policy this semester regarding sexual assault prevention training for its members. IFC President Kenan Lee Drum, along with the help of his executive board, developed an amendment requiring each fraternity to attend a sexual assault prevention program offered by an approved group, such as UNC’s One Act.