Ithaca College’s Title IX Coordinator, Tiffani Ziemann, has created new plans and committees to raise awareness about sexual assault.
The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management hosted a two-day workshop for law enforcement officials with hopes of strengthening techniques applied to sexual-assault investigations.
Ithaca College junior Yana Mazurkevich has released a photo series called “It Happens,” directed toward Turner, with images directly depicting sexual assault.
These “survivor speak-outs” were the focus of Ithaca’s 37th annual Take Back the Night, an event held at 7 p.m. April 29 to raise awareness about sexual assault and to support and honor survivors.
The Difficult Dialogues series looks to engage students in difficult conversations, with this year’s focus being on campus rape and sexual assault.
The report of two rapes, which took place between August and October 2015 and appeared in the Feb. 4 Public Safety Log, has brought increased attention to Ithaca College’s policies for victims of sexual assault and harassment.
The number of reported rape cases and drug abuse violations increased from 2013 to 2014, while reported liquor law violations decreased,
according to the 2015 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report released by the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management on
The Advocacy Center of Tompkins County and the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management are collaborating to bring the national sexual assault–prevention program “Bringing in the Bystander” back to Ithaca College this semester with peer education–based training, beginning next week.