A New Low In College Athlete Assault Cases

A former student is suing the University of Northern Iowa for what she says was its mishandling of her sexual assault case. Now the university's defense team is requesting a number of documents from her past — including accounts of her father's death when she was five years old. » 9/19/11 7:00pm 9/19/11 7:00pm

Reported Sexual Assaults Up 64% At Military Academies

Sexual assaults at US military academies were up 64% last academic year, according to a Defense Dept. report. And while the Air Force had the biggest increase, they may actually be doing the most to combat assault. » 12/16/10 9:36am 12/16/10 9:36am

Was Bullying Really Behind Phoebe Prince's Suicide?

Coverage of Phoebe Prince's bullying (ours included) has told the story of a clique of evil kids systematically tormenting an outcast. But now one reporter says this isn't accurate — and the bullies are victims too. » 7/21/10 12:27pm 7/21/10 12:27pm

How Colleges Fail Assault Victims — And How Students Can Help

The latest in a series of disturbing reports on campus assault found that colleges and government agencies alike often botch rape investigations. One solution may be to keep rape from happening in the first place. » 2/25/10 4:00pm 2/25/10 4:00pm