NPR 1.31.15 | Sandy Hausman University of Virginia students walk to fraternities at the start of rush week. Sorority women are always invited to Boys' Bid Night, but this year national sororities have ordered women to stay clear. Steve Helber/AP Saturday is Boys'
Original Petition: This is gender discrimination. Instead of addressing rape and sexual assault at UVa, this mandate perpetuates the idea that women are inferior, sexual objects. It is degrading to Greek women, as it appears that the NPC views us as defenseless and
NBC News 1.31.15 | John Schuppe A backlash is brewing on the campus of the University of Virginia, where sorority women have been asked to skip fraternity parties this weekend to protect their "safety and well-being." In a Jan. 20 letter to 16
NBCNews By Elisha Fieldstadt and Katie Wall 1.31.15 HARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Women at the University of Virginia remained frustrated Saturday over a controversial request to skip the evening's fraternity activities in order to protect their "safety and well-being" — although many said they
Technician Online Sunday, February 1, 2015 | Ziyi Mai, Staff Columnist A female student reported being “sexually assaulted by an unknown white male at an off-campus fraternity party,” according to a crime warning the NC State University Police issued Jan. 19. Cases of sexual
Reuters By Alex Dobuzinskis | Fri Jan 30, 2015 (Reuters) - A member of the Stanford University swim team charged with rape after he was seen on top of a motionless woman outside a fraternity told police she consented to being fondled and
Hit and Run Blog Reason.com There is no good reason to impose antiquated, sexist, infantilizing restrictions on college students. Robby Soave|Jan. 29, 2015 Yet more evidence that modern American college campuses truly are bastions of creeping Neo-Victorianism: The national organization governing sororities, the
The Daily Pennsylvanian Caroline Simon | 1.28.15 Brown revamps alcohol policies in wake of sexual assaults, but Penn community remains critical Members of the Penn community are critical of Brown University’s drastic changes in its alcohol policies following two incidents of sexual violence