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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Duke: Mecklai plans to make improvements in campus equity

Keizra Mecklai plans to make tangible improvements in equity on campus if elected Duke Student Government President.

Adam Beyer | February 25, 2015

Drake: Students work to combat sexual assault within Greek life community

A new Drake University organization is in the works to confront the troubling presence of sexual assault within Greek life communities.

Cole Norum | February 25, 2015

Michigan State: Graduate Students hold town hall to aid in mandatory sexual assault reporting

As part of a plan to increase reporting, the Graduate Employees Union hosted a town hall meeting on Tuesday focusing on mandatory reporting for MSU employees.

Rachel Fradette | February 25, 2015

Syracuse: Campaign premieres #NotAskingForIt video, launches effort in sexual assault prevention

Jill Sneider wants Syracuse University to be a community that doesn’t tolerate sexual assault.

Lydia Wilson | February 22, 2015

Minnesota: Sex assault policy may get stricter

The University of Minnesota could soon have stricter policies regarding sexual assault.

Parker Lemke | February 19, 2015

Brown: Alum group aims to aid sexual assault activism

Brown Alumni to Stop Assault, an emerging alumni group, aims to keep alums engaged in sexual assault policy reform and to harness the power of the alumni community to hold the University accountable to lasting change, group leaders said.

Susannah Howe | February 19, 2015

George Washington: Mandatory expulsion could deter sexual assault, improve campus climate

We’ve heard all the suggestions countless times – don't walk alone at night, never accept an open drink, carry pepper spray with you, don't wear clothes that are too suggestive, don't drink too much.

Kinjo Kiema | February 18, 2015

Roosevelt: Roosevelt declares “It’s On Us” to eliminate sexual assault on campus

Roosevelt students and staff alike used social media to unite together during the week of Jan. 27 to share the message that it’s on all of us to stop sexual assault in efforts to eliminate it from the university’s campus.

Katherine Gage | February 18, 2015

Arkansas: Rape Reported in Pomfret and Yocum: How the University Handles Sexual Assault

UAPD officers are investigating two reports of acquaintance rape that were reported in residence halls in the last month, according to police reports.

Ginny Monk | February 18, 2015

Indiana: A service long overdue

Recently, the IU Student Association created a plan to eliminate psychological service fees for students who have been sexually assaulted. This proposal has been long overdue in the eyes of many students at IU.

Editorial Board | February 18, 2015

Indiana: BFC tackles Greek life and sexual assault

The Bloomington Faculty Council discussed Greek life, sexual assault and online course questionnaires at a meeting Tuesday.

Ashleigh Sherman | February 18, 2015

Tennessee: Sexual assault policy finalized for Chancellor Cheek

On Aug. 20, Chancellor Jimmy Cheek announced the adoption of an interim sexual assault policy that would serve as the go-to policy for the fall semester. In the meantime, an appointed Sexual Assault and Misconduct Task Force would spend the semester rewriting a comprehensive and easily-accessible policy.

Bradi Musil | February 16, 2015

Indiana: IUSA calls for free sexual assault counseling

Sexual assault counseling will be free beyond the first two sessions if Counseling and Psychological Services adheres to IU Student Association’s new 

Ashleigh Sherman | February 11, 2015

Syracuse: Campaign premieres #NotAskingForIt video, launches effort in sexual assault prevention

Jill Sneider wants Syracuse University to be a community that doesn’t tolerate sexual assault.

Lydia Wilson | February 11, 2015

Stony Brook: Stony Brook among colleges and universities targeted for investigation regarding response to sexual violence cases

The United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating Stony Brook University and 75 other colleges and universities across the nation for their handling of sexual violence cases, federal officials confirmed Thursday.

Arielle Martinez | February 04, 2015

Stony Brook: SUNY approves sexual assault prevention resolution

The State University of New York is taking steps to better combat sexual assault and violence across its 64 campuses. At Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s urging, the SUNY Board of Trustees passed a resolution on Friday, Oct. 2 to create a uniform set of prevention and response practices.

Rebecca Anzel, Giselle Barkley and Hanaa’ Tameez | February 04, 2015

Stony Brook: How Stony Brook University handles Title IX

Amidst an ongoing federal investigation into Stony Brook University’s handling of Title IX cases, many students are unfamiliar with the law and the method by which SBU investigates sexual harassment/violence claims that occur on its campus.

Rebecca Anzel, Giselle Barkley and Hanaa’ Tameez | February 04, 2015

Stony Brook: SBU faces lawsuit for “deliberate indifference” in allegedly mishandling sexual assault case

A Stony Brook University alumna is suing the university for the manner in which the administration allegedly handled her complaint of sexual assault by another student.

Arielle Martinez, Hanaa’ Tameez and Kelly Zegers | February 04, 2015

Nebraska: ASUN senator proposes including sexual assault resources on class syllabi

When Adamma Izu learned that one in five students will be a victim of attempted or completed sexual assault, she was inspired to make sure that those students could find help.

Lani Hanson | February 04, 2015

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