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Police Contact the Suspect of an Apparent Hate Crime Caught on Video

Police Contact the Suspect of an Apparent Hate Crime Caught on Video

By Christina Giardinelli

February 19, 2019

  Correction: a previous version of this article incorrectly stated that a senate bill amending hate crime passed the senate, the bill is still in the senate and will receive a committee hearing from the chamber on Thursday. The article has been updated to include this information. One wo...

Lauren’s Law: Social and Judicial Movements Towards Addressing Sexual Assault

Lauren’s Law: Social and Judicial Movements Towards Addressing Sexual Assault

By Miacel Spotted Elk, News Writer

January 22, 2019

  Addressing the numerous dimensions of violence on campus is a difficult conversation. The fatal case of Lauren McCluskey changed that entirely this year at the U, however. Numerous lawmakers, students and campus groups want to shift how we approach this topic and prevent incidents like La...

U Hosts Events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

U Hosts Events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Christine Kannapel

April 6, 2015

April may be known for spring showers, but it’s also for more serious things as well, including Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The awareness month started with a group of women in England in the 1970s. They called their walking protests against sexual violence “Take Back the Night” marches. These ...

Students “Take Back the Night” in Sexual Assault March

Students “Take Back the Night” in Sexual Assault March

By Taylor Almond

April 1, 2015

Students in matching purple T-shirts reading “Take Back The Night,” marched Wednesday from the U to Westminster College. The two-mile march, including about 50 participants, was planned by Students for Choice, a campus group that both educates and advocates for reproductive health. The students...

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