Serves as a website for disseminating the latest resources and information on policies and actions related to New York's "Enough is Enough" legislation to combat sexual assault on college and university campuses statewide.
Reports that certain California universities do not ensure that all faculty and staff are sufficiently trained on responding to and reporting student incidents of sexual assault and sexual violence. Recommends the Legislature take the following actions: 1) Amend State law to require universities to educate all university employees annually, consistent with their role, on their obligations in responding to and reporting incidents of sexual harassm
In a mutiny against strict party rules imposed last year following allegations of frat house sexual assaults, six USC fraternities formally disaffiliated from the university Friday — prompting warnings of “serious ramifications” from campus administrators.
Fraternities and sororities are an increasingly controversial part of the college experience at many American universities. On Monday, Cornell University suspended all parties and social events hosted by fraternities after campus police said one student reported a sexual assault and another four reported their drinks were allegedly drugged.
Some California colleges are responding to campus sexual assault and harassment with restorative justice: a process that brings together the student who was harmed, the person who harmed them and the community to seek solutions.
Members of the California Student Journalism Corps fanned out to ask students their thoughts about safety on their college campuses. The question was left open to interpretation because “safety” could have a different meaning for each person; and while the Feb.
Colorful T-shirts hanging on a clothesline in the main quad at Fullerton College. Defined as “sexual activity when consent is not obtained or freely given,” sexual violence is common, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.