Warner, U.S. Senators introduce far-reaching Campus Accountability and Safety Act

The bill primarily focuses on improving current systems of the address and disclosure of issues of sexual misconduct on college campuses by establishing new resources for survivors, demanding increased transparency of proceedings, implementing a national sexual assault survey by individual universities and stipulating a more uniform process of disciplinary action.
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StudCo addresses policies regarding safety, CIO approval, sustainability

Second-year College student Abraham Axler, chair of the representative body and newly-elected Student Council president, opened the meeting by asking the Council members if they had ideas regarding sexual assault prevention after having attending the Monday town hall meeting.
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Warner, U.S. Senators introduce far-reaching Campus Accountability and Safety Act

The bill primarily focuses on improving current systems of the address and disclosure of issues of sexual misconduct on college campuses by establishing new resources for survivors, demanding increased transparency of proceedings, implementing a national sexual assault survey by individual universities and stipulating a more uniform process of disciplinary action.
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NEWS

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LIFE

Is waiting until marriage a turnoff?

According to Women’s Health Magazine, 51 percent of people think couples should hold off on sex until marriage, and 47 percent of Millennials agree. If this is true, then why is waiting for marriage so uncommon within University culture?
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

“Sour Soul” is sort of sweet

Ghostface Killah has always been nearly impossible to predict. His releases, besides the Wu-Tang Clan, have offered an eclectic mix, especially the most recent ones.
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OPINION

​Sexual assault bill leaves much to be desired

The police as a whole have not yet demonstrated the ability to sensitively interact with sexual assault survivors. This does not mean police cannot be trained to respond carefully to survivors’ needs when questioning them or moving forward with investigations — but until the police are thoroughly trained, survivors should not be subjected to the consequences of mandatory reporting laws.
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