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Suzanne Goldberg Addresses Data On Sexual Assault

This afternoon, Suzanne B. Goldberg responded to concerns raised about the sexual assault data released to the Columbia community in a report earlier this week. Goldberg, President Bollinger’s recently appointed Special Advisor on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, posted an update on Columbia’s sexual respect website. Goldberg begins by calling Columbia’s new Gender-Based Misconduct Policy “one of the […]

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Columbia Releases New Data On Sexual Assault

Columbia University has just released updated information pertaining to sexual assault cases on campus. The report details recent developments regarding the new Gender-Based Misconduct Policy, as well as campus resources and prevention education for students, staff, and faculty. An email from Provost John Coatsworth this evening provided more detail into the report and a link to […]

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CCSC Members Give Their Next Steps On Sexual Assault Policy

The lowdown of last night’s CCSC meeting brought to you by Bwog’s student-government-savvy Joe Milholland.  At Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council meeting, VP of Policy Sejal Singh and VP of Communications Abby Porter gave updates on the sexual assault policy. They went over what has happened so far – the change in the policy […]

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