The role of universities in adjudicating cases of sexual assault among their students has been the object of heavy scrutiny in recent months. UNC, now the subject of two federal reviews evaluating its handling of sexual misconduct, has been at the fore of the conversation. The efforts of students Landen Gambill and Andrea Pino, and alumna Annie Clark to call attention to what they say is UNC's flawed and discriminatory procedures have been the subject of coverage in national media outlets.

But similar efforts have been playing out across the country. Few major universities have been left untouched by the national focus. Below is a list, updated daily, of articles surrounding the issue submitted by student newspapers across the country.

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Wisconsin: National It’s On Us campaign helps put sexual assault problem into the spotlight

Date rape drugs are quite the party favor — at least that’s what University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon assumed last weekend.

Shannon Skebba | September 29, 2014

Oregon State: It's on us to end sexual violence

As many of us are aware, sexual violence on America’s college campuses is a serious health and safety problem that must be immediately and effectively addressed.

| September 25, 2014

Nebraska: It’s up to all of us to combat sexual assault

Here is a hidden crisis on our campus. It’s an offense where alcohol is the weapon of choice, where the criminal often doesn’t think what they’ve done is a crime and where most cases go unreported. The crime is rape. The crime is that those of us who aren’t victims remain silent.

Savannah Tyrrell | September 25, 2014

Madison: Greek system must address sexual assault on campus

I was among the thousands of disturbed students when the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee tag unceremoniously trended on Facebook. While I had hoped it was for academic achievement, or perhaps the origin of the next Ice Bucket Challenge, the headline was equally horrifying and sadly familiar.

Audrey Piehl | September 25, 2014

Kentucky: Program to teach about sexual assault

Five years after UK implemented AlcoholEdu and required incoming students to take the substance abuse education program upon entering the university, the Violence Intervention and Prevention Center has installed a similar program, called Haven, to educate students about the harsh reality of sex crimes.

Cheyene Miller | September 24, 2014

UNC: Sexual assault crusade begins at federal level

The White House launched the “It’s On Us” campaign Friday, a public awareness initiative to end sexual assault on college campuses — and officials touted the effort on Monday during a call with college media.

Kate Grise | September 24, 2014

Columbia: Columbia releases aggregate data on sexual assault adjudication

Columbia released the long-awaited data on how the University adjudicates sexual assault on Tuesday afternoon, though the report lacks specific numbers on sanctioning.

Samantha Cooney | September 24, 2014

PSU: Authorities Receive Reports of 3 Sexual Assaults and 1 Indecent Assault Over a Matter of Days

State College and Penn State police received a total of three sexual assault reports and one indecent assault report over the course of four days.

Jennifer Miller | September 23, 2014

UM: Crookston campus prepares climate survey on sex assault

The University of Minnesota’s Crookston campus is preparing to administer a survey this fall that would gauge students’ attitudes toward sexual assault.

Kate Clark | September 23, 2014

UK: Program to teach about sexual assault

Five years after UK implemented AlcoholEdu and required incoming students to take the substance abuse education program upon entering the university, the Violence Intervention and Prevention Center has installed a similar program, called Haven, to educate students about the harsh reality of sex crimes.

Cheyene Miller | September 23, 2014

UT: UT student group hosts workshop combatting sexual assault, rape culture

The Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy doesn't usually see much traffic on Saturdays, especially in the morning.

Bradi Musil | September 23, 2014

Michigan: Play to raise awareness of sexual assault

In light of an increased nationwide focus on preventing sexual assault on college campuses, the University’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance will premiere Naomi Iizuka’s new play, “Good Kids.”

Emilie Plesset | September 22, 2014

CMU: University enumerates measures for preventing sexual assault

After the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a Title IX Complaint against Carnegie Mellon in December, the university became one of over 50 schools in the nation under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

Brian Trimboli | September 22, 2014

MSU: MSU joins "It's On Us" campaign against sexual assault

MSU is joining a new White House campaign in the hopes of educating students about sexual assault, this time specifically focusing on what bystanders can do to intervene if they see an act of sexual violence in progress.

Olivia Dimmer | September 22, 2014

TCU: Former student accused of sexual assault testifies in own defense

Jury deliberations are expected to resume Monday in the trial of a former TCU student charged in 2012 with sexual assault.

Hayes Clement | September 21, 2014

LSU: University reports 22 cases of sexual assault in past five years

The University has had only 22 reported cases of sexual assault over the past five years, according to a 507-page document released Monday by Louisiana’s Board of Regents detailing rates of sexual assault at higher education institutions across the state.

Quint Forgey | September 18, 2014

Columbia: Columbia vs. Catholic high school

I’ve never taken sex ed. This is something I thought was perfectly normal until I arrived at Barnard last year and was promptly schooled in sex, sexuality, gender identity, and consent during NSOP. To be sure, my unfamiliarity with a mandated sex curriculum was a product of my upbringing. (I’m a Catholic school baby raised in the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona, and I attended a high school that taught an abstinence-only sex curriculum.) Conversations about consent were neither here nor there at a campus that prided itself on abstinence education.

Paulina Mangubat | September 18, 2014

BC: How Boston College deals with issues of sexual assault

Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Katherine O’Dair discussed the recent and ongoing national conversation about sexual assault on college campuses, and how Boston College is dealing with these issues. O’Dair is also the University’s deputy Title IX coordinator.

Sean Smith | September 18, 2014

Cornell: Should California Redefine Campus Sexual Assault?

When is a kiss considered to be sexual assault?

Julius Kairey | September 18, 2014

UC: Sexual assault survivors urge governor to sign affirmative consent bill at state capitol

About 10 UC students rallied at the state capitol Tuesday to push Gov. Jerry Brown to sign Senate Bill 967 — legislation that would create an affirmative consent standard in California colleges — before the end of the legislative session.

Jean Lee and Adrienne Shih | September 17, 2014