WEEK News 12.15.16 PEORIA, Ill. -- Bradley University President Gary Roberts is apologizing for comments he made on TV Wednesday about a recent campus sexual assault report. On an morning show interview with WMBD-TV, Roberts appeared to be criticizing the alleged victim, who
NY Times: Women in the World 6.7.16 | WITW Staff A Massachusetts college is blaming a student who was raped during a study abroad trip for engaging in “risky behavior” that led to the crime, including drinking and following a security guard at
Inside Higher Ed 6.3.16 | Jake New Driven by negative attitudes toward women and misperceptions about rape and consent, more than half of athletes surveyed for a new study say they have pressured women -- through physical and verbal threats -- into having
The Odyssey Stephanie Goebel | 4.5.16 In the past couple of weeks a bill about affirmative consent has come before the Connecticut state legislature that would create a blanket reform across all Connecticut universities regarding consent. It would require that consent to sex
Michigan Daily 2.14.16 | Riyah Basha There’s nothing quite like a fall Saturday in Ann Arbor. From the stream of maize and blue rolling down State Street onto Stadium, to the tailgates, to the team, the team, the team, football game days are
Pittsburgh Post Gazette 1.6.16 | Editorial Board Jason Lindo, an economics professor at Texas A&M University, had a hunch about campus sexual assaults at Division I football schools and whether their rates were affected by big-game days. So he and several colleagues scoured
TakePart 12.27.15 | Samantha Cowan From Bob Dylan’s “Blowin in the Wind” to Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power,” musicians have a long history of incorporating protest and social issues into their songs. And just like in 1963 and 1989, 2015 was no different.
The Washington Post 12.29.15 | Danielle Paquette At American schools with powerhouse football programs, college game day often brings hordes of rowdy visitors and booze-soaked tailgates. Students wake early and chug vodka with breakfast. Gift shops sell T-shirts that brag, “Never lost a