The FIRE 12.14.15 | Samantha Harris The Philadelphia-based American Law Institute (ALI), best known for its influential Model Penal Code, has undertaken a project specifically focused on campus sexual assault,according to The Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required). The Chronicle reports that the
Daily Hampshire Gazette 12.4.15 | Stephanie McFeeters AMHERST — Lampposts around the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus bore photos of men and women with their mouths taped shut, captioned with facts related to sexual assault. In front of the Student Union, a voice
Washington Examiner 12.1.15 | Ashe Schow The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has sent a letter to the Education Department formally opposing affirmative consent, or "yes means yes," policies at colleges and universities. FIRE has written against the use of yes-means-yes policies previously,
The Frisky 11.24.15 | Claire Lobenfield Karol Markowicz, a columnist for the New York Post, published an op-ed yesterday called “Whiny Feminists are Killing Sex.” It is as much of a bummer as that headline portends. That the demand for gender equality is
The Crimson 11.16.15 | Junina Furigay & Ellen Zhang Shaiba Rather ’17 and Daniel V. “Danny” Banks ’17 settled into an easy mood as they began to banter in a recent interview. “We’ve worked out our dynamic—specifically when to bicker and when not
Huffington Post 11.2.15 | Tyler Kingkade Advocates told Congress the GOP bill would make colleges less safe. A coalition of 220 organizations working with sexual assault victims sent a letter Monday to all members of the House of Representatives in opposition to a
Minneapolis Star Tribune 8.22.15 | Natalie Daher Student leaders have been pushing for the change as the school year gets closer. A student-driven online petition has garnered more than 1,600 signatures pressing for it to be in place before classes begin on Sept.
Star Tribune 7.9.15 | Maura Lerner Student leaders have started an online petition urging the University of Minnesota to implement a new sexual-assault policy without delay. The petition, on Change.org, has drawn more than 900 signatures in the hours since Wednesday's decision by