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Affirmative Consent

Read: Univ. of Mich. Receives $150K for Sexual Assault Prevention

Univ. of Mich. Receives $150K for Sexual Assault Prevention

The funds will be used to expand education on sexual assault, create a discussion on the topic and provide support for students.

Read: Security Footage from Nightclub, Dorm Clears USC Student of Rape

Security Footage from Nightclub, Dorm Clears USC Student of Rape

A judge dropped a rape case against a USC student, citing video evidence which showed a “very strong indication” that the alleged victim was the initiator.

Read: Making Sense of Affirmative Consent, Title IX, VAWA and Clery

Making Sense of Affirmative Consent, Title IX, VAWA and Clery

States and the federal government have recently enacted laws to address how colleges handle sexual assault claims. Here’s the latest on some of the new laws, as well as best practices your campus should adopt.

Read: New Study Confirms 1 in 5 College Women Are Sexually Assaulted

New Study Confirms 1 in 5 College Women Are Sexually Assaulted

Twenty percent of female college students and 5 percent of male college students say they’ve been sexually assaulted.

Read: Gov. Cuomo Urges Students to Go Off Campus for Help After Sexual Assaults

Gov. Cuomo Urges Students to Go Off Campus for Help After Sexual Assaults

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants victims of sexual assault to go to municipal police, not campus safety officers, to seek help as part of a new campaign, Enough is Enough, to stop sexual assault on college campuses.

Read: California Issues Guidance on New Campus Sexual Assault Laws

California Issues Guidance on New Campus Sexual Assault Laws

Guidance provides instructions on how campuses should implement AB1433 and SB 967.

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