“A sexual assault climate survey is a necessity if we are to better understand the issue and the current situation on our campus.”
At ‘Take Back the Night,’ Students Reclaim Sexual Assault Experiences
As part of Concerned About Rape Education week, BC students discussed their road to recovery after being sexually assaulted.
Title IX Investigation Filed Against University is BC’s First
After serving a three-semester suspension for sexual assault, BC graduate maintains he was innocent and files lawsuit against the University for Title IX violation.
A Push To Cover Campus With Federal Statistics On Sexual Assault
In reaction to their documentary screening, club React to Film posted signs with sexual assault statistics to raise awareness and spark conversation.
Campus Posters Expanding Conversations On Sexual Assault
Taking to public space, the conversation on sexual assault on college campuses gets a new level of exposure.
The Driving Questions Behind The University’s Committee On Sexual Assault
BC’s Title IX Steering Committee, also called the Sexual Assault Steering Committee, was formed in 2011 as a response to the Dear Colleague Letter (DCL).
Silence On Cosby’s Honorary Degree Needs To Be Broken
Amid sexual assault allegations, Bill Cosby has been able to keep his honorary degree from the University, and his affiliation with this student body remains.
With Recent National Data, A Renewed Conversation On Assault At BC
Using national averages, Women’s Center director Katie Dalton estimates that 237 women per class will be assaulted at Boston College.
A Coordinated Effort To Combat Sexual Assault In C.A.R.E. Week
Several events in the upcoming week will educate students on sexual assault and violence.
A Crisis Of Confidence In The Crusade Against Sexual Assault At BC
Column: Low female self-confidence levels and the ideal of perfectionism related to reticence on sexual assault.