The College Fix has more on this: Robocopp is marketing its first product, the “Grenade” wearable alarm, to local college students as a personal-safety device that can guard them against sexual assault as well as…
Topic: campus sexual assaults
Tech Meets Narrative: New App Address Campus Sexual Misconduct
In a press release, the Association of Title IX Administrators (known as ATIXA) championed a new app called U of Nine. The purpose of U of Nine is to help “colleges and universities to educate…
American Academia’s War on Due Process
We are still, for the most part, a nation of laws, except on college campuses. At the Heritage Foundation recently, Samantha Harris, director of policy research at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE),…
Dartmouth College Students Stage Silent Protest of a Slate Writer
The College Fix reported the following: There’s been yet another college protest focused on an “against-the-sexual assault-narrative” speaker, this time Slate’s Emily Yoffe at Dartmouth. Apparently, some of Yoffe’s articles — titled “College Women: Stop Getting…
Santa Clara University Promises It Won’t Rescind Speaking Offer to George Will, a Conservative Columnist
As the College Fix noted: Last year Scripps College in California pulled back a speaking invitation for conservative syndicated columnist George Will, a decision he attributes to a column he wrote questioning whether sexual assault on campus is…
Bernie Sanders Signs On as Co-Sponsor of Campus Sexual Assault Bill in the Senate
He is now a co-sponsor of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act.
Democratic Congressman says It’s Okay to Expel Innocent Students
Jared Polis, a California representative, said it’s okay to expel both innocent and guilty students when accused of sexual assault.
More Editorials Push for Due Process Protections on College Campuses
Here’s a list of editorials that are clamoring for reason while college disciplinary committees routinely ignore due process.
Safe Campus Act Introduced to Preserve Due Process at Colleges
Instead of letting colleges get away with making arbitrary decisions in sexual assault-related cases, without respecting due process, the House has introduced a bill to protect due process.
College ‘Sex Tribunals’ Circumvent America’s Right to Due Process
At least four college disciplinary decisions regarding sexual assault were overturned by judges, ruling that due process was violated.