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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Virginia: Student leaders hold press conference for national, local media

Student leaders held a press conference Monday morning to address local and national media about advocacy efforts on Grounds regarding sexual assault prevention.

Chloe Heskett | November 30, 2014

Virginia: University faculty respond to Rolling Stone article released Wednesday

Amid a sea of protests, University faculty have been active participants in the dialogue permeating Grounds which critically analyzes the University's culture and policies surrounding sexual assault.

Anna Higgins, Lee Williams and Madeline Nagy | November 30, 2014

Virginia: Herring appoints new counsel to advise Board of Visitors on issues of sexual violence

Law firm O’Melveny & Myers will serve as the new independent counsel to the Board of Visitors on issues of sexual violence at the University, the office of Attorney General Mark Herring informed University Rector George Martin in a letter Tuesday morning.

Julia Horowitz | November 30, 2014

Virginia: BOV holds special meeting to address sexual assault

The Board of Visitors met Tuesday in a special session to address ramifications of the Rolling Stone article and resulting protests against sexual assault on Grounds.

Kelly Kaler | November 30, 2014

Dartmouth: At roundtable, administrators and Ayotte discuss sexual assault

During informal hearings with sexual assault victims in Washington, D.C., Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and other co-sponsors of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act bill learned that some students felt their institutions failed them.

Madison Pauly | November 23, 2014

UVa: President Sullivan suspends fraternity organizations, social activities until Jan. 9

University President Teresa Sullivan announced the suspension of “all fraternal organizations and associated social activities" until Jan. 9 in an email to the University community Saturday.

Chloe Heskett | November 23, 2014

UVa: Students claiming responsibility for Phi Kappa Psi vandalism submit anonymous letter

An anonymous letter submitted to various news organizations claims responsibility for the vandalism of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house which occurred early Thursday morning.

Andrew Elliott | November 23, 2014

UVa: Students host Slut Walk to protest rape culture, sexual assault

University students hosted a “Slut Walk” Friday afternoon to protest rape culture and sexual assault on Grounds. Protesters walked from the Amphitheatre, to the Lawn, the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house and Brooks Hall, before ending at Peabody Hall.

Katie Grimesey | November 23, 2014

Michigan State: Student organizations fight to prevent sexual assault

Last spring MSU became one of now 76 higher education institutions to be under federal investigation for how sexual assault cases were handled.

Erin Hampton | November 20, 2014

Tennessee: UT suspends A.J. Johnson, Michael Williams from team

The University of Tennessee football team has suspended a star linebacker and a second player as suspects in an alleged off-campus rape of a 19-year-old woman and the alleged sexual assault of another 19-year-old woman in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Matt Slovin and Anita Wadhwani | November 18, 2014

UPenn: Association of American Universities announces sexual assault survey

The Association of American Universities, of which President Amy Gutmann is chair, announced on Friday that it will conduct a sexual assault climate survey of its members in April 2015.

Kristen Grabarz | November 18, 2014

Northwestern: Student groups pledge to stop sexual assault in ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

Nearly 30 Northwestern organizations have joined the national “It’s On Us” public awareness campaign which focuses on campus sexual assault.

Christine Farolan | November 18, 2014

Georgia: SGA hosts ‘It’s on Us’ week to promote sexual assault awareness, prevention tactics

Sexual assault at the University of Georgia will be a major topic of discussion on campus this week.

Lauren McDonald | November 18, 2014

Purdue: University Senate recap: New childcare center, international students, sexual assaults

The University Senate came together amid the snow and wind Monday afternoon to discuss some of Purdue’s latest initiatives.

Kelsey Sullivan | November 18, 2014

Brown: Janus Forum sexual assault event sparks controversy

A Janus Forum debate titled “How Should Colleges Handle Sexual Assault?” that will take place in Salomon 101 Tuesday has incited controversy among some students, prompting a community-wide email from President Christina Paxson this weekend and the creation of alternative events.

Camilla Brandfield-Harvey and Caroline Kelly | November 17, 2014

Northern Colorado: Two alleged sexual assaults on Northern Colorado campus

The University of Northern Colorado police department is on high alert after reporting that two alleged sexual assaults may have occurred on campus in the past two weeks.

Erick Pirayesh | November 17, 2014

Columbia: New fund aims to sustain anti-sexual violence movement

A group of students, alumni, and faculty are aiming to provide more financial support to student groups working to reform how Columbia handles sexual assault on campus.

Emma Bogler | November 12, 2014

Buffalo: UB students join ‘It’s On Us’ sexual assault prevention campaign

Student leaders from the University at Buffalo have organized events and pledge signings to raise awareness about sexual assault prevention, joining the White House’s “It’s On Us” campaign taking place on college campuses nationwide.

John DellaContrada | November 11, 2014

Michigan: CSG, 'I Will' campaign launch workshops to discuss sexual assault

As conversations on sexual assault continue to grow on campus, the Central Student Government has partnered with the I Will campaign to facilitate peer-to-peer efforts to address the issue.

Will Greenberg | November 10, 2014

Indiana: IU makes effort to educate students on sexual assaults

The increased frequency of sexual assaults on college campuses across the country and how said institutions address the issue have sparked a national conversation.

Michael Hernandez | November 10, 2014