Mary Sanchez

May 19, 2014

Time to get serious about sexual assault on campus

Colleges and universities all too often react to sexual assault first and foremost to shield the institution, not to help the victims. A common complaint is that, when allegations are made, college officials hesitate to investigate or try to dissuade victims from filing criminal complaints. Sens. Claire McCaskill and Kirsten Gillibrand aim to get campuses to increase reporting and change the ways they respond to sexual assault.

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