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Security on Campus

Victims Syndrome: The Silencing of Lambs

Desiree Michael | Posted 10.21.2013 | College
Desiree Michael

Date rape and sexual assault are alive and well. Unfortunately, rather than improving the statistics for decreasing these conditions, as a society we are nurturing their growth.

U.S. Secretary of Education Should Weigh in on Virginia Tech Shooting Fine Reversal

S. Daniel Carter | Posted 06.03.2012 | College
S. Daniel Carter

The recent decision in the Virginia Tech case should not be the final word on this matter, not because of the money but because of what it means for keeping campuses as safe as possible.

Congress Works to Prevent Sexual Violence at College

S. Daniel Carter | Posted 11.19.2011 | College
S. Daniel Carter

Sexual violence diminishes the value of the more than $40 billion taxpayers invest in federal student aid for higher education every school year. Many women who are the victim of a completed or attempted rape interrupt or even end their education as a result.

Stand Up to Sexual Violence: SaVE Your Campus

Jonathan Kassa | Posted 05.25.2011 | College
Jonathan Kassa

In May of this year, the killing of University of Virginia senior Yeardley Love, allegedly by her boyfriend, focused America's attention on dating violence at college.

The Jeanne Clery Act, Twenty Years Later: From Admitting to Addressing Campus Crime. Now What?

Jonathan Kassa | Posted 05.25.2011 | College
Jonathan Kassa

November 8 is the 20th anniversary of the landmark Jeanne Clery Act, named for the first year student who was brutally raped and murdered in her residence hall.