Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance Without Sexuality-Affirming Education, Affirmative Consent Polices Are Destined To Fail Elizabeth Wood | 2.16.15 Campus sexual assault is a serious problem. It is not a new problem, not an emerging crisis, but rather a part of a serious ongoing
Original Story: Cal State University Times By Nailah Phelps | On February 16, 2015 Following the cancellation of the “Sex Toys 'R' Us” event last week, President William A. Covino, reinstated the event under the name “Yes means Yes” on Wednesday, February 11.
Campus Times Angela Lai | 2.13.15 Photos courtesy of UR Communications Graphic by Rachel Hammelman, Photo Editor The UR Students’ Association (SA) collaborated with UR Communications to release a video featuring students, administrators and staff on Tuesday, Feb. 10, launching the University’s “It’s
University of Tennessee 2.13.15 | By Bradi Musil, Assistant News Editor On Aug. 20, Chancellor Jimmy Cheek announced the adoption of an interim sexual assault policy that would serve as the go-to policy for the fall semester. In the meantime, an appointed Sexual
The Bucknellian Danielle Taylor, Contributing Writer February 12, 2015 “What if there is no ‘yes’ and no ‘no’? Nothing asked, nothing said?” This was one of the many questions that came up during a talk titled “Asking for it: The Ethics & Erotics
WBIR 10.com 2.12.15 (WBIR-Knoxville) Sexual assault has become a stigma on college campuses. New research from UT shows more victims of rape came forward in the fall of 2014 then they have seen in years. While the university is making the reporting process
Cal State LA - Affirmative Consent on Campus: Changing the Conversation: Update (2.12.15): I am pleased to report that, after a very productive dialogue with students and University-Student Union leadership, the student event originally scheduled for 3:15 today will take place. Our dialogue
The North Coast Journal 2.12.15 | By Grant Scott-Goforth HSU builds efforts to prevent and respond to sexual violence on campus Check It's Facebook page Shot glasses displaying pro-consent slogans. As public outrage and awareness intensify, universities around the nation are grappling with