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A thorough account of sexual violence at the University of Virginia. TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault and may be triggering to some people (Rolling Stone)

A fierce debate on what constitutes sexual consent at Harvard University (The Boston Globe)

An account of the price paid by survivors of sexual assault in college (The Washington Post)

Consideration of how best to protect the rights of the accused as we begin to better pursue cases of sexual assault, with a focus on our own University (The New York Times)

An old reminder that we have recognized the need for a change (The Huffington Post)

 To those who are interested in resources available to sexual assault victims, their friends, and their families, the Columbia Sexual Violence Response page can be found here.

This post was reformatted on November 20th, 2014.

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  • how about says:

    @how about How about resources for the wrongfully accused? Or you think that is not needed?

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