Tag Archives: sexual assault

Walk raises awareness of sexual assault

Walk raises awareness of sexual assault

The fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) collaborated with on-campus clubs Men Against Rape and Sexual Assault (MARS) and Gay Lesbian Or Whatever (GLOW) last Wednesday, May 18, to organize a sexual-awareness-focused event that took place on the quad. It began roughly around 5 p.m. and ended with a bystander intervention training session in the Kraemer

Changes need to be made in how we prevent assault

I would like to begin this piece with a warning for anyone who is not comfortable reading about sexual abuse—especially regarding students or minors. As recent statements by The Lawrentian Editorial Board reaffirm, the purpose of journalism is to improve reporting and discourse, not to exploit a tragic situation. In the following paragraphs, I will

Letter to the Editor: Bob Williams

To the Editor, Like many Lawrentians, I have been distressed by recent events on campus, and all the more distressed that I have contributed to the suffering of sexual assault survivors. I experienced and witnessed sexual assault as a young teen, and I abhor any form of sexual violence. I am also outraged by gender

Sexual Assault Climate Survey results released

In April of 2015, Lawrence participated in a Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey. This was conducted by the Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium. The survey consisted of four sections: general climate, assessing unwanted sexual contact and assault, context and disclosure from respondents who indicated that they were assaulted, and demographics. The survey was administered during