The NCAA Board of Governors announced on Thursday they adopted a new sexual violence policy. The policy, adopted after a
U.S. Department Of Education Increases Fines For Violating Jeanne Clery Act Campus Safety Law To $54,789
The U.S. Department of Education increased fines for violations of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy
While 91 percent of colleges reported zero sex crimes on campus, it's not because no one was assaulted.
The Hunting Ground, a 2015 documentary examining rape on college campuses, begins with scenes of ecstatic high school seniors getting into the colleges of their choice.
A couple years ago, when I finally got up the guts to tell a business colleague - a beefy former football player - that a fellow student, a football player, had raped me in college, his gut reaction was a question: "Did you report the guy?"
Some of them have yet to figure out how to get people to read, much less absorb, the information.
Colleges and universities are soft targets for legislators; it doesn't take much moral courage for a Senator to beat up on a university that allows a predatory quarterback or arrogant frat boys to get away with horrible offenses against women. Shame on the university presidents who have looked the other way.
It seems like every week brings new and horrific stories of sexual harassment and violence on America's college campuses. Study after study shows that sexual harassment and violence are far too prevalent in institutions of higher education.
On Monday, the Clery Center for Security on Campus issued a brief open letter saying it was "disappointed" in McCaskill's
Both the Senate version, the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, and the HALT bill would require climate surveys, require