Rape and sexual assault are campus issues that affect students. We demand to be part of these conversations and these decisions.
On an unseasonably cold April night, more than 50 Ithaca College students participated in a march from the college into downtown Ithaca to take part in Ithaca Take Back the Night 2015.
Trigger Warning: Discussion of Campus Sexual Assault
When I was at NYFLC, I attended a panel on campus sexual assault, Title IX, and activism around the issue.
Over 300 students from more than 50 student organizations at Syracuse University have joined together to protest a range of administrative actions.
According to the White House Council on Women and Girls, only 13 percent of students who are sexually assaulted report the crime to authorities.
One day after the White House rolled out a national campaign calling for a stand against campus sexual assaults, the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management informed the Ithaca College campus about a male-on-male sexual assault that occurred just after midnight on Sept. 21.
The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management has reported that the sexual assault that occurred on the walking trail behind the Wood Field in the early morning of Sept.