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Campuses believe they are doing what’s best for students safety

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Q: “Virtually all college administrators agree it would be wrong to ignore sexual assault reports, but some feel unequipped to handle such cases.“

Pope, Justin. "On Campus, Debate Over Civil Rights and Rape." Bellingham Herald, 21 Apr. 2012. SIRS Issues Researcher, https://sks.sirs.com.

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S: A shift in campus court rulings changes how sexual assault cases are managed. Which also causes controversy.

Pope, Justin. "On Campus, Debate Over Civil Rights and Rape." Bellingham Herald, 21 Apr. 2012. SIRS Issues Researcher, https://sks.sirs.com.

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P: over recent years, IX has taken a new approach on sexual assault. After a letter “Dear Colleagues” went out colleges have taken a new approach by taking the cases on themselves.

Pope, Justin. "On Campus, Debate Over Civil Rights and Rape." Bellingham Herald, 21 Apr. 2012. SIRS Issues Researcher, https://sks.sirs.com.

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”more survivors than ever are reporting their sexual assaults to their universities shouldn't lead us to the conclusion that more college students are being raped or that more students are lying--just that more feel comfortable coming forward.”

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“More broadly, there is a tendency on the part of college-age men to define sexual assault according to their own standards, not according to campus guidelines.“

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