The protest was organized by a new student group that calls itself the Title IX Team, which aims to raise awareness about sexual assult at Columbia.
Columbia students should have the right to access aggregated statistics for sexual assault on campus.
An alumna suggests a shaming campaign to combat the lack of transparency on sexual assault.
The University should rework the reporting process and judicial procedure currently associated with sexual assault.
There are major concerns with the effectiveness of the administration’s response to sexual violence on campus.
An endorsement for the new University Senator.
According to a Barnard Public Safety report released on Tuesday, the number of forcible sex offenses reported at Barnard dropped from one in 2011 to zero in 2012.
A Public Safety report shows statistics that reported sexual assault crimes are up from last year, but among the Ivies, Columbia has the second-lowest total.
Speaking out about a problem is the first step towards destroying the Elephant in the Room.
This month is dedicated to sexual assault awareness. Starting a conversation, and feeling comfortable having it, is a step that has a huge effect in reshaping rape culture.
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