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: UW to establish task force for participation in national sexual assault climate survey

Hoping to improve national and local understanding of sexual assault, the University of Wisconsin will be one of 28 universities that will participate in one of the largest surveys ever conducted on the issue.

Jolene Anders | January 29, 2015

Northwestern: College Feminists hosts anti-sexual violence photography project

Northwestern’s College Feminists hosted Project Unbreakable, a group that aims to increase awareness against sexual violence and abuse, Tuesday night at Annenberg Hall.

Mariana Alfaro | January 28, 2015

Pittsburgh: Sexual assault film prompts campus discussion

Despite the large number of people packed into the William Pitt Union Ballroom to catch a film, the viewers stayed silent for the entire documentary.

Meaghan Hart | January 28, 2015

Virginia: University will administer sexual assault climate survey

The University is planning to release a sexual assault campus climate survey this April in collaboration with the Association of American Universities — a survey which will be distributed among 29 nationwide institutions of higher education.

Grace Erard and Tim Ford | January 28, 2015

Columbia: Activists give mixed reviews of new EVP for University Life Goldberg

Student activists have mixed reviews for Suzanne Goldberg’s five-month term as special advisor to the president on sexual assault, despite her overseeing several policy changes.

Catie Edmond | January 26, 2015

MSU: Strategies to address sexual harassment in schools and youth settings

Unfortunately, sexual harassment is a common problem in schools and affects the education of millions of children.

Karen Pace | January 25, 2015

Brown: Proposed bill mandates campus sexual assault reporting

A proposed sexual assault bill that would make it mandatory for universities to report sexual assault allegations involving their students or employees to law enforcement was introduced Jan. 7 to the General Assembly by Rep. Mia Ackerman, D-Cumberland and Lincoln.

Elaina Wang | January 22, 2015

California: University implements recommendations from UC task force on addressing sexual assault and violence

UC President Janet Napolitano announced Wednesday that the university has implemented several recommendations from a UC task force on addressing sexual violence and assault, putting it on track in efforts to improve how campuses handle sexual assault cases.

Melissa Wen | January 22, 2015

UPenn: SCUE addresses mental health, sexual assault, drugs in five-year report

Mental health, sexual assault and drug and alcohol use are just a few of the topics on which the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education wants the administration to hear their voices on.

Ellie Schroeder | January 22, 2015

Virginia: University hires law firms to review sexual assault policies

The Board of Visitors and University officials recently hired two law firms to serve as consultants and to conduct an internal investigation and review of its handling of sexual assault cases.

Louisa Luranc | January 21, 2015

Brown: UCS to prioritize sexual assault policy, mental health

The Undergraduate Council of Students will focus on sexual assault and mental health resources, Corporation accountability and faculty diversity this semester, UCS leaders told The Herald.

Natalie Fondriest | January 21, 2015

New Mexico: Sexual assault review panel slated for Thursday

UNM announced Tuesday it will host a presentation and panel discussion addressing sexual assault on campus, as well as announcing the results of an investigation conducted by an outside team of experts.

Jonathan Baca | January 21, 2015

Washington: Pi Kappa Alpha responds to allegations of spiked party drinks

A police investigation was launched Friday morning after several women came forward claiming they had been drugged at a party on Greek row.

Eleanor Cummins | January 19, 2015

Oregon: Fraternity and Sorority Life hopes to set a national precedent in sexual violence prevention

With the possibility of a one year suspension looming, University of Oregon’s Fraternity and Sorority Life has built a student team to show its dedication to preventing sexual assault.

Lauren Garetto | January 15, 2015

LSU: Campus sexual assault legislation moves forward

Campus climate surveys and law enforcement training are two priority points for a sexual assault working group aimed to improve how college campuses handle sexual assault.

Carrie Grace Henderson | January 14, 2015

Manitoba: Architect of sexual assault maps identified

The creator of unidentified sexual assault maps, inviting people to share their experiences of sexual assault, posted in University Centre at the University of Manitoba last December has been identified as Caroline Inglis, a graduate student in the faculty of architecture.

Janelle Curry | January 13, 2015

Michigan: Schlissel announces student survey on sexual assault

University President Mark Schlissel announced early Monday morning the University’s plans to conduct a student survey gauging the climate surrounding sexual misconduct on campus.

Allana Akhtar | January 12, 2015

Princeton: University declines to join AAU sexual assault survey, will design survey of its own

The University will design its own sexual assault survey to comply with Title IX as opposed to using a survey designed by the Association of American Universities.

Jacob Donnelly | January 12, 2015

EWU: Universities reconsider procedure for sexual assault cases after scandal

Questionable reporting of a fraternity rape case has universities re-evaluating how rape cases are handled.

Katie Dunn | January 11, 2015

Oregon: UO, Dana Altman sued by survivor of alleged sexual assault

The survivor of an alleged sexual assault by three University of Oregon basketball players filed a lawsuit against the school and head coach Dana Altman, first reported by The Register-Guard.

Alexandria Cremer and Dahlia Bazzaz | January 08, 2015