Sexual Assault

Read: Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

She filed a lawsuit claiming an employee leaked personal information to her alleged rapist — who then sexually assaulted her again.

Read: M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

After his son was expelled for a Title IX complaint, a lobbyist is pushing the idea that the problem on campus is not rape, but women regretting casual sex.

Read: Study: Rise in Youth Suicide After Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’

Study: Rise in Youth Suicide After Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’

In the month after the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” started streaming, the suicide rate for youths 10 to 17 increased by nearly a third, the study found.

Read: Former Bedford Dean Sues School District After Termination for Testimony

Former Bedford Dean Sues School District After Termination for Testimony

Zanna Blaney is seeking reinstatement to her position as dean of students along with lost wages and compensatory damages.

Read: USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

In a faculty memo Thursday, USC’s medical school dean said the program was losing its accreditation due to “resident safety and wellness processes.”

Read: USC Hires Lobbying Firm to Oppose Statute of Limitations Extension

USC Hires Lobbying Firm to Oppose Statute of Limitations Extension

USC is currently facing more than 400 civil lawsuits from alleged sexual assault victims of former gynecologist George Tyndall.

Read: Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

The Detroit Free Press noticed a trend where courts are frequently ruling on the side of students accused of sexual assault.

Read: Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

There are a lot of good campus safety and security training programs available, but which ones are worth your non-security staff members’ time and effort?

Read: Colgate Hosts Panel to Discuss Sexual Violence Survey Results

Colgate Hosts Panel to Discuss Sexual Violence Survey Results

The campus climate survey was distributed in partnership with the Higher Education Data Sharing (HEDS) Consortium in February.

Read: Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

An 18-year-old told his therapist that he wanted to shoot up Skyridge High School because another student molested his friend.

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