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By Celia Chazelle (Editor), Simon Doubleday (Editor), Felice Lifshitz (Editor), Amy G. Remensnyder (Editor)
A recent study reveals a harrowing figure related to sexual assault on college campuses.
We’ve rounded up cases and coverage that show the persistence of sexual violence at colleges.
Jon Stewart, accompanied by correspondents Jessica Williams and Jordan Klepper, explains how American universities are practically “incentiviz[ing] sexual assault” these days with inaction and leniency toward attackers.
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A dozen members of Congress decided students applying to college should know what the risks of rape and other forms of sexual assault are on individual campuses.
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