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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Toronto: U of T urged to create centre for victims of sexual violence

The University of Toronto should have a policy on sexual violence “with a clear affirmation” that it won’t be tolerated and should also set up a centre where victims can go to report incidents and receive support, says a committee report on the issue.

Kristin Rushowy | February 03, 2016

Vanderbilt: Forum on sexual assault survey highlights campus resources

Around 60 students, faculty and staff listened to an administrative forum last night discussing the results of the Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Violence, released less than a week ago. 

Josh Hamburger | February 03, 2016

UCLA: Abhishek Shetty: UC should centralize its process for handling sexual violence cases

While it is unarguable that the University of California’s measures over the past 18 months to improve the handling of cases of sexual misconduct and assault are comprehensive, the process could easily benefit by further centralization of procedures across every UC campus.

Abhishek Shetty | February 01, 2016

Arizona: 'I Will' campaign kicks off this week to end rape culture

A new student-led sexual assault campaign “I Will End Rape Culture” launches today.

Chastity Laskey | February 01, 2016

Alabama: OUR VIEW: University must address sexual assault

Ten months ago, The Crimson White decided to dedicate an entire edition of our paper to the issues surrounding on-campus sexual assault.

CW Editorial Board | February 01, 2016

Alabama: Sexual assault knows no bounds

With the rise of conversations about sexual violence, particularly on college campuses, I’d like to posit this column as a reminder that sexual assault affects every demographic of communities, to include those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or hold other similar identities. 

A. J. James | February 01, 2016

Cambridge: Cambridge students discuss fighting sexual violence

This Wednesday the Cambridge Sexual Violence Policy Campaign hosted a discussion entitled “Fighting Sexual Violence in Universities and Beyond”.

Daniel Gayne | January 30, 2016

UC Berkley: What students need to know about reporting sexual violence, assault

Sexual violence and sexual assault is a pervasive problem on university campuses nationwide, and it’s an unfortunate reality that in the United States, one in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college.

Leah Romm, Hallie Hunt, and Denise W. Oldham | January 30, 2016

Harvard: Support Sexual Assault Victims

Every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted in the United States.

The Crimson Editorial Board | January 28, 2016

UT Austin: New survey finds 21 percent of female students have been sexually assaulted in college

About 21 percent of female undergraduates have experienced sexual assault since starting college, according to a recent survey of nine college campuses.

Caleb Wong | January 28, 2016

Johns Hopkins: “It’s On Us Hopkins”: Understanding sexual assault on campus

The University released a report on Jan. 22 detailing the findings from a University-wide sexual assault survey, titled “It’s On Us Hopkins.”

Jacqui Neber | January 28, 2016

Hamilton: Sandra Kim leads workshop on campus responses to sexual assault

On Tuesday afternoon, Sandra Kim, the founder and publisher of the online magazine Everyday Feminism, came to campus to give a lecture and conduct a workshop on how intersectionality can improve the way college campuses address sexual assault and abuse. 

Emily Eisler | January 28, 2016

UCLA: UC mandates sexual harassment e-course for faculty

University of California faculty and supervisors will be required to take an online course intended to inform them about new sexual harassment and assault policies.

Shreya Maskara and Madeleine Pauker | January 27, 2016

Nebraska-Lincoln: Proposed bill would help raise awareness of campus sexual assault

Nebraska Sen. Adam Morfeld introduced a bill that would help raise awareness about sexual assault on college campuses.

Abby Korinek | January 27, 2016

Wisconsin-Madison: Sexual assault amnesty bill is necessary, but more must be done

Giving underage victims of sexual assault amnesty from drinking tickets seems like a no-brainer, and Wisconsin state lawmakers have finally realized it.

Luke Schaetzel | January 27, 2016

Toledo: University of Toledo receives grant money to help combat sexual assault

The University of Toledo is continuing its effort to combat sexual assault with the aid of a $214,000 grant from the Ohio Attorney General’s office.

Colleen Anderson | January 25, 2016

JMU: Mandatory reporting doesn't accomplish Title IX goals

During syllabus week this semester, I expected the usual discussion of attendance policies, required textbooks and reading schedules. What I didn’t expect was the warning most of my professors gave out — many felt obligated to be open about their responsibility to report sexual assault under new state law.

Grace Blackburn | January 25, 2016

Duke: Say it all together now

One in five women report being sexually assaulted while in college. That is a fact.

Dana Raphael | January 25, 2016

York: Recent seminar touches on the topic of rape culture and York’s reputation

Despite York having an extended policy on sexual assault, a recent Sexual Violence Prevention seminar by the Centre for Human Rights revealed there are still issues that need to be addressed to combat the sexual violence connotation infamously associated with York.

Jenny Mao | January 24, 2016

U of M: U of M seeks to raise awareness regarding sexual assaults

One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted during their college careers.

Makayla Boswell | January 20, 2016