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Why Title IX Has Failed Everyone on Campus Rape

Why Title IX Has Failed Everyone on Campus Rape Diana Moskovitz July 7, 2016 It registers less as news and more as routine when another Title IX lawsuit arises against a college or university for failing to meet its obligations to address sexual violence. The same is true when the claims made in these suits [...]

Federal Judge Rebukes Lack of Due Process in Campus Sex Assault Procedures

Federal Judge Rebukes Lack of Due Process in Campus Sex Assault Procedures Ashe Schow April 1, 2016 Finally, a federal judge has strongly condemned the lack of due process and fairness that students accused of sexual assault face on college campuses. Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV, a George W. Bush appointee, ruled that Brandeis University [...]

What College Students Really Want

What College Students Really Want Ronald Rotunda January 4, 2016 In 2012, John Gray published a very popular book titled, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. Dr. Gray argued that men and women are as different as beings from different planets. Not everyone complies with stereotypes, but readers thought it still useful to [...]

E-Lert: In 2015, SAVE Changed the Campus Sex Debate

E-lert: In 2015, SAVE Changed the Campus Sex Debate The year 2015 was a turning point in the effort to restore due process to the campus sexual assault issue. In the past, legislators didn’t talk about due process because, frankly, it was a non-issue. But in 2015, SAVE: Held over 300 meetings with staffers in [...]

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Bill Cosby and Eliminating Statues of Limitation: A Truly Terrible Idea

Bill Cosby and Eliminating Statues of Limitation: A Truly Terrible Idea Joe Patrice January 4, 2015 Bill Cosby’s been charged in Pennsylvania with a rape from nearly 12 years ago and a lot of people are wondering why Cosby isn’t facing even more heat from law enforcement given the ever-increasing number of women who have [...]

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E-lert: Fox Goes After ‘The Hunt’

E-lert: Fox Goes After 'The Hunt' You may have seen our previous emails denouncing The Hunting Ground, a fake documentary full of lies: http://www.saveservices.org/sexual-assault/hunting-ground/ Good news! This Saturday and Sunday, December 12-13th, Fox News is taking on The Hunting Ground. Fox will be airing a documentary on campus sexual assault. Information to Know: Fox News [...]

Brown University’s Secret Forum for Free Speech

Brown University's Secret Forum for Free Speech Jay Nordlinger November 30, 2015 In the current issue of National Review, I have a piece called “Underground at Brown.” What’s it about? I’ll tell you. In fact, I’ll blow that piece out — i.e., expand it — here in Impromptus. At Brown University, in Providence, R.I., there [...]

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E-lert: Save the Date for SAVE

E-lert: Save the Date for SAVE Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday. We know your shopping lists are already getting crowded with holiday gifts and chestnuts for roasting! But please consider adding a donation to SAVE to the list. Here's why: We really care! We work hard to make sure that the laws in our country fairly [...]

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Sweden Opens World’s First Male Rape Centre

Sweden Opens World's First Male Rape Centre October 15, 2015 Södersjukhuset already runs a round-the-clock walk-in clinic for women and girls who have been sexually assaulted in the city, treating between 600 and 700 patients a year. Now, the hospital, which hosts the largest emergency care unit in the Nordic region, is opening its doors [...]

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OCR’s Distorted Concept of Sexual Harassment Does More Harm than Good

OCR's Distorted Concept of Sexual Harassment Does More Harm than Good Walter Olson October 22, 2015 Delivering the 2015 Richard S. Salant Lecture on Freedom of the Press, former ACLU president Nadine Strossen voiced concerns that universities, prodded by the federal government’s Department of Education and its Office for Civil Rights, are become hostile to [...]

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