Universities have done a lot over the last two years to respond to the high rate of sexual assault and harassment on campus, but we still don't know whether rates of incidents have dropped.
Although many feared that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos would destroy public education, a review of the past two years shows that much of her policy agenda has failed.
Activists have raised the issue of student sexual assault and harassment on campus for more than 30 years. It's time students had a real say in how universities respond.
The Harvard case shows that when sexual harassment occurs on campus, it not only leaves a trail of victims but hurts the institutional culture as well.
Colleges and universities can rid their campuses of sexual assault and sexual harassment if they do a few key things, a group of researchers argue.
Addressing male cultures of tribalism and violence needs to be central to the response to reports of hazing and violence in Austrslia's university colleges.
Hazing is unacceptable, but criminalising it may cause more problems than it solves.
At least half of campus sexual assaults involve alcohol. But prevention programs at US colleges and universities don’t address what that means for bystanders.
A program developed by a University of Windsor professor significantly reduces a woman's risk of rape on campus. It also focuses on communicating sexual desires.
From student loans to Title IX, Betsy DeVos has had a busy six months in office. But despite numerous reversals of Obama-era guidelines, little has come in the way of tangible policy.
Universities have responded to the release of the Australian Human Rights Commission report into sexual assault and sexual harassment on campus with a ten-point plan.
A new report reveals that Australian universities are not as safe as they should be, and it's time they adopted strategies to fix the problem.
A recent survey about sexual assault on university campuses was criticised as being unethical. So what is the right way to go about conducting such research?
Why are student-athletes so often at the center of sexual assault cases? A look at the culture of hookups, coverups, and who's got game.
Prevention messages by universities are often directed at the victim and what she or he can do to avoid being raped. This may then deter reporting of the incident.
Women's testimony about sexual assault is often doubted and discredited. Here's how the voice of the Stanford assault survivor changed an old narrative.
The Stanford rape case ignited a social media fury and started discussions around rape that are long overdue.
University campuses are prime locations for rape culture. What can be done about this reality?
Students are going back to their campuses, and ought to be aware of the danger.