Unfortunately, our society has not gotten past misogyny, and women still have to deal with harassment on a daily basis.
Everyone should be called the name they want to be called, and the pronouns they ask you to use. It’s a matter of basic respect, and it’s the law.
With sexual assault awareness month’s coming to a close, students and administrators at Ithaca College are saying the college can improve its sexual assault education by making the college’s resources more accessible and driving a more effective conversation on campus.
Ithaca College has taken a step forward by deciding to set a concrete budget for the Title IX office, which has, in the past, been an office mostly unknown to the student body until times of crisis.
Ithaca College’s office of Title IX will receive an increase in funding for the 2016–17 academic year. Having previously received money on an as-needed basis, Fall 2016 marks the first time that Title IX will have a cemented budget.
The Difficult Dialogues series looks to engage students in difficult conversations, with this year’s focus being on campus rape and sexual assault.
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
In its second year, the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education program at Ithaca College is focusing on bystander intervention education, updating self-defense courses to be more inclusive and heightening the program’s presence on campus.
Well, I finally survived April. I survived balancing school with homework with my internship with planning and attending a billion Sexual Assault Awareness Month events.