NorthJersey.com 2.4.17 | Melanie Anzidei PARAMUS — More than 60 students from several Bergen County high schools came together Friday for a full-day Youth Summit that taught them about gender violence and reinforced ways to prevent it in their communities. The summit, organized by
Pittsburgh Gazette 7.5.16 | Maia R. Silber Most of us, Lizzie Schnarr knows, don’t want to talk about it. She feels differently. Over the winter break of her freshman year at the University of Pittsburgh, Ms. Schnarr attended a party at another school.
The Park Record 5.16.16 | Bubba Brown Students will learn about consent and the dangers they face on college campuses Olivia Andreini and Jackson Kelly don't want their friends to be the next victim -- or perpetrator -- of sexual assault. As campus
Washington Square News 1.25.16 | Patrick Seaman In order to register for courses in the spring, students at the University of Southern California were asked to detail their sexual history, including the number of partners they had in the past three months. Students
Washington Post 1.15.16 | Lindsey Bever University of Southern California administrators have apologized to students for including questions about their sexual histories in a mandatory training program for issues related to sexual violence. Campus Reform first reported on Tuesday that students were asked optional questions about their sexual
New York Times 1.9.16 | Jessica Bennett HARTFORD — “Where did I learn about sexual consent?” Jonathan Kalin was standing before an auditorium of Trinity College freshmen, pressing play on a clip from the movie “Superbad.” The 2007 film, you may recall, tells
WBFO 12.16.15 | Eileen Buckley A new report issued says at least 28-states introduced bills this year in response to campus sexual assaults. WBFO'S Focus on Education Reporter Eileen Buckley says the report was released by the Education Commission of States and NASPA:
WBFO 12.16.15 | Eileen Buckley New York state has the most pending campus sexual assault cases than any state in the country. Nineteen cases are listed on the U.S. Department of Education’s investigation list. But now that colleges and universities are armed with