You know how it's really hard to let people say terrible horrible no good things about you but sometimes it's better to just be quiet than say anything because saying things can be worse? Yeah, members of the Rho Theta chapter of Phi Mu at Elmhurst College didn't get that memo: they decided to try and take care of a…
After a list of students "known to commit varying levels of gender-based violence" began circulating on campus at the University of Chicago and on the internet, the individuals responsible denied the list was intended to shame rapists specifically. Even so, a sexual assault survivor was targeted by the "UChicago…
Following the death of student Tucker Hipps, whose body was found after he reportedly disappeared from a fraternity outing, Clemson University has suspended all fraternity activities indefinitely.
You've probably heard of Andrew Lohse, or at least about what Andrew Lohse has told you about being excessively hazed by the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon , the fraternity he was part of at Dartmouth College . Lohse got famous in 2012 for publishing a tell-all about the disgusting antics he and his fraternity…
In an interview with The Today Show Tuesday, former Ohio State University marching band director Jonathan Waters argued both that the hazing culture within the band had been going for decades, but also that he had been devoted in his attempts to get rid of it.
This weekend, Brown University administrators revealed that student Daniel Kopin will not be returning to school after he was suspended for violating the Student Code of Conduct for sexual misconduct.
A student at Brown University alleges that after she was strangled and sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate, her attacker was suspended for just a year and will return to class in the fall.
On Thursday, former Dartmouth College student Parker Gilbert was found not guilty of raping a fellow classmate in May of 2013, just a few days after the school sent out press releases touting their newfound "work on preventing sexual assault" during their "busy winter term."
There's something weird happening at Occidental College. In the midst of the investigation into the school's potential mishandling of sexual assault cases, students and faculty members say that strange things have been happening to them, including office break-ins and alleged phone and computer hacks.
In a letter published in the Daily Princetonian Tuesday, over 200 Princeton University professors derided Susan Patton's recent comments about sexual assault while expressing their support for students on the Princeton campus who have been sexually assaulted themselves.