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Washington State University fined over 82K for failure to report rapes

Originally posted in Feministing

TweetThe Department of Education announced this weekend that it will be fining Washington State University $82,500 for failing to address two campus sexual assaults in 2007, as well as due to their lack of campus safety policies: The university’s three violations of the main federal law on campus-crime reporting, the Clery Act, endangered Washington State [...]
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More Federal Action on Campus Sexual Assault!

Tweet So last Saturday I posted about the Campus SAVE Act, which was introduced to the House of Reps last week and would mandate a number of important changes to campus procedures and programming regarding relationship and sexual violence. Last Wednesday the Center for Public Integrity reported on new federal action, but this time in [...]
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How Exciting is the Campus SAVE Act? SO VERY EXCITING!

TweetWhile we’ve been busy asking you all to look into your campus sexual assault policy (and you’ve responded! We’ve had 16 new submissions over the last two days and our Winter Break Challenge is 72 strong and growing! Keep it going!!!), there has also been some really exciting policy reform momentum building at the federal [...]
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Defining What We Mean – Accountability

TweetThis post was written by Erin, SAFER’s CAP Coordinator, and was originally published here. If you’re a regular reader of SAFER’s blog, you’re most likely familiar with the Campus Accountability Project, our national initiative in partnership with V-Day to build a public database of student-submitted sexual assault policies with their analysis of what’s happening on [...]
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Marshall University Update

TweetThis post was written by Colleen, a SAFER volunteer, and is a follow-up on this post from last week. My blogging muscles are not in great shape today so this will be a short post, but there are a couple of things I want to share. Last week I posted about efforts by student journalists [...]
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