9/23/2014 1:12am

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.

9/9/2014 4:39pm

Photo Illustration - blurred lines of consent when alcohol is involved

Definitely, not maybe

UNC’s new sexual assault policy makes a point to clearly define consent to sexual activity.

3/21/2013 3:50pm

Oklahoma: Board of Regents approves assault reporting practice

A provision requiring administrators to notify law enforcement about sexual assault allegations was adopted among other policies by the Board of Regents for the Oklahoma A&M Colleges. The adopted was voted on unanimously and came from recommendations presented by the Policies and Procedures Review Task Force, a group created in July in response to the Freeh Report about the Penn State sexual abuse scandal. Samantha Vincent reports for The Daily O’Collegian.

3/21/2013 3:48pm

Oregon: A balancing act: Students, UO officials disagree about policies for reporting cases of sexual violence

Stories like Jane’s represent a large group of women who are sexually assaulting in college but do not report the crime: Jane had been clear with her boyfriend; no sex. One night after a party however, Jane’s boyfriend persuaded her to sleep in his dorm room. That night, he raped her, making Jane’s life afterward an endless struggle. Josephine Woolington reports for Daily Emerald.

3/21/2013 3:45pm

UGA: Time to Talk: Why can’t we talk about rape in Athens?

Sexual assault is an issue that is not exclusive to one university — across most campuses it is found that rape and sexual assault are subjects that are not often addressed, and prevention often sways between changing of a culture and reducing the risk. Julia Carpenter and Mariana Heredia report for The Red & Black.