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Carelton College hazing and sexual assault allegations have led to the suspension of 13 students. By CS Staff · May 24, 2017

The state Supreme Court upheld a ruling that the college was not responsible for the disappearance, rape and murder of Tyler Thomas. By CS Staff · May 23, 2017

Governor Cuomo’s college sexual assault review will ensure universities are complying with the Enough is Enough law. By CS Staff · May 21, 2017

Although one in five college females is a sexual assault victim, 89 percent of colleges reported no rapes in the Clery Act annual security report. By CS Staff · May 12, 2017

The rate of sexual violence by K-12 students peaks during middle school. By CS Staff · May 05, 2017

The lawsuits were settled for $180,000 and $225,000, respectively. By CS Staff · May 03, 2017

College students accused of sexual assault allege unfair treatment in university Title IX proceedings. By CS Staff · May 03, 2017

Francisco Sousa received $10,000 in a settlement with San Diego State University for the school's handling of a sexual assault allegation against him. By CS Staff · May 02, 2017

The university investigated allegations of sexual abuse but criminal charges were never filed. By CS Staff · April 28, 2017

Kevin Sylvester Williams has two other pending cases involving Moss Point High School students. By Zach Winn · April 25, 2017