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Sen. Claire McCaskill, who is surveying 350 colleges on their sexual-assault policies, says she is planning to hold hearings later this year when she will call victims, administrators and college presidents to testify. Colleges, their police forces
Ariz. (AP) Westminster College has decided to close its Mesa campus at the end of the spring semester. Officials at the private Missouri-based institution say the decision announced Tuesday is in response to lower-than-expected enrollment and market
UC Berkeley's response to campus sexual assault is the subject of a federal investigation, a spokesman for the U.S...The probe began weeks after dozens of Berkeley students and alumni filed a complaint with the federal Office for Civil Rights,
The University of Iowa has issued another timely warning indicating a reported incident of a sexual assault on campus. According to a University of Iowa media release, a student reported to UI staff Wednesday that in the fall semester of 2013 she was
The actions I have detailed are antithetical to everything that we stand for and hope for our students to be, Hanlon said in an advance copy of a speech he was planning to give Wednesday night. There is a grave disconnect between our culture in the
April 16, 2014 - Online education is so popular around the planet and also online degrees has been earning by candidates from different spheres in the globe for keeping excellence the academic profiles and skills.
Dartmouth College, which reported in February that undergraduate applications slid 14 percent this year, is now battling online advertisements claiming that the school has a "rape problem." The ads, aimed through Facebook and Web browsers at
Search Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand targeting sexual assaults on college, university campuses The price of a college education should not include a 1 in 5 chance of being sexually assaulted. And it is simply unacceptable that going to college should
After a lengthy clash over competing military sexual assault reform bills, Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York are teaming up to push for increased funding to investigate and combat sexual assault on college campuses.
After the Monday night kickoff, students tweeted pictures of anti-gay sidewalk chalkings that had been scrawled in response, reading "Homo Sex is a Sin and He loves YOU!...This prompted Shane Windmeyer, the Executive Director of Campus Pride to call