Columbia University announced Wednesday that it would start to release more aggregate information about sexual assault complaints and how they are handled, The New York Times reported. The university has been facing criticism from student groups that it has failed to respond appropriately, or to be transparent enough about its policies.
- Language in sexual assault surveys criticized by students as triggering
- New survey finds 1 in 5 college women have experienced sexual assault
- U.S. finds Tufts is violating rules on sexual assault, amid larger crackdown
- Students criticize Columbia's new sexual assault prevention efforts
- Federal scrutiny of campus sexual assaults spills into the states
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