Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Sexual Assault

Read: Baylor Settles Lawsuit with Former Student Alleging Gang-Rape by Football Players

Baylor Settles Lawsuit with Former Student Alleging Gang-Rape by Football Players

The lawsuit claimed school officials failed to response appropriately after a former student said she was gang-raped by as many as eight football players.

Read: AP: Western State Hospital Put Patients, Staff at Risk for Years

AP: Western State Hospital Put Patients, Staff at Risk for Years

A recent federal inspection supports claims that Western State Hospital in Lakewood, Wash., neglected patients for years and punished staff for speaking out.

Read: Utah State Settles with Rape Victim for $250K

Utah State Settles with Rape Victim for $250K

The agreement also calls for Utah State to increase its oversight of Greek organizations, improve training and hire a fraternity and sorority coordinator.

Read: More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

Advocates say the therapy is a way to show the school cares about the healing process of abuse survivors.

Read: UNC-Chapel Hill Violated Title IX Laws, Finds 5-Year OCR Investigation

UNC-Chapel Hill Violated Title IX Laws, Finds 5-Year OCR Investigation

The OCR investigated over 387 complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence at UNC-Chapel Hill between 2011 and 2016.

Read: College Sports Doctors Take Extra Precautions After Sex Abuse Scandals

College Sports Doctors Take Extra Precautions After Sex Abuse Scandals

More and more physicians, particularly college sports doctors, are making it standard practice to have a chaperone present during physical exams.

Read: MSU Board Stands by Interim President Despite Victim Shaming Email

MSU Board Stands by Interim President Despite Victim Shaming Email

At an MSU board meeting, community members called for the firing of the school’s interim president after he sent an email accusing a Nassar victim of receiving “kickback” from an attorney.

Read: How Colleges Can Refine Their Student Social Media Policies to Curb Harassment

How Colleges Can Refine Their Student Social Media Policies to Curb Harassment

Student code of conduct policies should align with court precedent on social media harassment.

Read: Ohio State Disbands Sexual Assault Center Amid Controversy, Investigations

Ohio State Disbands Sexual Assault Center Amid Controversy, Investigations

The university has hired an outside consulting firm to determine if any violations of Title IX occurred.

Read: CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

The CDC, however, also found more U.S. high school students are feeling depressed and have considered attempting suicide.

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