Students and Violence

Students and Violence
Aug 24, 2016
Stanford adopts policy banning large containers of hard alcohol on campus, leading to criticism that such policies do little to protect victims of campus sexual assault.

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Archive

August 24, 2016

Stanford adopts policy banning large containers of hard alcohol on campus, leading to criticism that such policies do little to protect victims of campus sexual assault.

August 19, 2016

Missouri State places instructor on leave after he is charged with stabbing to death a fellow instructor.

August 11, 2016

Peter Lake describes the distinct challenges of dealing with sexual assault and discrimination on campus as a Title IX coordinator.

August 9, 2016

America today is similar to 1968, writes Nathan O. Hatch, full of heightened racial tension and repeated incidents of violence against the backdrop of an overheated political season. What can college leaders do?

July 19, 2016

With lawsuit seeking the right to keep guns out of their classrooms, three UT Austin professors try to reshape the debate over campus carry.

July 15, 2016

More than 80 groups come to the Department of Education's defense over criticism of how it interprets and enforces Title IX.

July 12, 2016

New study finds higher rates of sexual victimization at public institutions than private colleges.

July 8, 2016

A new working paper finds that incidents of murder, sexual assault, hazing and cheating can deter students from applying.

July 7, 2016

Many universities provide lists of friendly lawyers to athletes accused of sexual assault and other crimes but don't provide the same help to victims or nonathletes with legal troubles. U of Tennessee settlement raises questions about the practice, which the NCAA permits.

June 21, 2016

USA Swimming recently banned a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault. A petition signed by 130,000 people urges the National Collegiate Athletic Association to adopt a similar stance.

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