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UNLV freshmen learn safe bystander intervention

It takes 50 minutes to include the freshman class in a cultural shift that clearly defines consent and empowers bystanders to help protect victims from abusers. Within that 50 minutes, freshmen are able to define consent, identify an act of violence, and identify ways to stop the act. According to the Department of Justice, 20-25 percent of college women ...Full Article

On a campus of 28,000 students, only five sexual assaults reported

Lack of Assault reforms could indicate a larger problem In the wake of the controversies surrounding the investigation of 55 colleges and universities for the mishandling of sexual violence, ...Full Article

Columbia student carries mattress in protest of university policy on rape

By Miranda Alam In an effort to call attention to sexual assault on college campuses, Emma Sulkowicz, a visual art major and senior at Columbia University has opted to ...Full Article

‘He kept asking me my name’

A student speaks about her sexual assault Amber stood timidly in the middle of the Golden Nugget hotel suite as she struggled to find a sense of familiarity within ...Full Article

Girls on Guard: Staying safe and staying aware

By Alexia Zilliken “No.” When a person says this, it is usually enough to get their point across. But to some, this phrase is thought of as a challenge ...Full Article

California introduces new campus rape investigation standards

By Brett Murray A September ruling in California is changing the way that rape and sexual assault are looked at by the law. On Sept. 28, Governor Jerry Brown ...Full Article

LGBTQ community at greater risk of sexual assault

By Brett Murray Sexual assault is an incredibly prevalent and often ignored fact of life as an LGBTQ individual. It’s often reported that one in three women will be ...Full Article

UNLV Foundation Dinner raises $235,000 in student scholarships

The annual UNLV Foundation Dinner was held Monday night at the Bellagio and had many announcements to share regarding funding for the school. The College of Education will receive ...Full Article

CSUN short on candidates for senate election

There are too few candidates running in this year’s CSUN senate election to fill all of the student government’s senate seats. Of the 25 seats available, only 19 will ...Full Article

Embezzling UNLV employees plead guilty

By Brett Murray Two former UNLV employees have pleaded guilty to charges of stealing almost $300,000 dollars from the university during their employment. During their tenure at UNLV’s Office ...Full Article
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