Tag Archives: campus activism

University of North Carolina student could be expelled for “intimidating” her rapist by talking about her assault

TweetAlexandra has written before about this ongoing saga at the University of North Carolina. Student survivors and a former assistant dean, who says the administration urged her to intentionally under-report cases of sexual assault, have filed a Title IX lawsuit accusing UNC of mishandling their cases and violating their rights. The heart of complaint is that the school “facilitated a hostile environment” for students reporting [...]
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Amherst student debunks all the rape myths in the school’s “sexual misconduct” report

TweetIn response to former student Angie Epifano’s account of Amherst’s shockingly cruel and inept response to her sexual assault, the school called together a Special Oversight Committee on Sexual Misconduct to conduct an investigation of campus policy and practice.  Last week the Committee released its 55-page report. While the document does criticize Amherst’s approach to sexual [...]
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Snapped at CLPP: Fashion at the 2012 conference

TweetAs you all know, Eesha and I were blogging from this year’s Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program Conference, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice” at Hampshire College. So far, we’ve covered lots of Important Issues like colonization and colonialism. Follow the CLPP2012 tag to view all our posts. But while I was struck by the high-quality [...]
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Frat suspended after surveying its members on who they would like to rape

TweetReally, Sigma Phi Epsilon? There’s no way the University of Vermont frat really thought it was ok to send a survey to its members asking, “If you could rape anyone, who would it be?” Is there? (Wait, don’t answer that.) But now that the survey has been leaked to the interwebs–apparently because a new member [...]
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College tour guest post: The luck of the draw

TweetThis is a guest post from Kirstin Rower, the student panelist for tomorrow’s Feministing: Offline and Unfiltered event at UC Merced. Kirstin is a UC Merced sophomore and the president of University Women of Merced Network (UWMN), the campus feminist organization. She intends to major in performing arts while simultaneously kicking some anti-choice butt. Find [...]
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