The woman who was previously known as Emily Doe in the Stanford rape case has recently revealed her identity. Her name is Chanel Miller, and she wants the world to know who she is.
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After the hearing and a reopened investigation, Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed as Supreme Court nominee as of Oct. 6, 2018. While this has obvious…
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The story of the sexual assault allegations waged against Weinsteinâ€“a huge name in Hollywoodâ€“has blown up recently in the wake of new allegations coming out and the long overdue acknowledgement of years of grossly inappropriate behavior on his behalf.
Staying safe on campus can be done in multiple ways, and it’s important to know what resources are available to you if you’re ever in need of help.
There are stories behind these timely warnings that most of us unintentionally turn a blind eye to. Behind these messages are massive injustices that students should be paying much more attention to.
Valley explains a male perspective on sexual assault, and why understanding a woman’s point-of-view is crucial to putting an end to this difficult topic.
Feeling violated is something that women should not experience on a normal basis, and itâ€™s more important than ever to let your voice be heard. Speak up.
The emotionally charged song tells the story of empathy and how no one truly knows how much sexual assault can affect it’s victim, until it happens to them.
The SlutWalk is a national event to be held on campuses nationwide as a protest against rape culture and the ideas that blame victims of rape and sexual assault for the crimes committed against them.
At noon today, about 100 students and State College residents gathered on Old Main Lawn to rally against the actions of Penn State’s chapter of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity. By now it is no secret what these men have done and how their actions are affecting our campus.
It’s time to get loud, Penn State. Louder than we’ve ever been at the Pegula Ice Arena or Beaver Stadium, louder than anyone can fathom. This time around, we need to raise our voices and take a stand against Kappa Delta Rho’s actions and support our fellow Nittany Lions that were so terribly abused and exploited.
Sexual assaults on college campuses are increasing at an alarming speed. This isnâ€™t something unique to Penn State. Campuses across the country are reporting an increased number of assaults on their campuses and their student bodies are calling for action.