Instances of sexual violence at the 5Cs were reported in 2021 at similar levels to previous years on campus.
Several Scripps College students walked out of an Aug. 22 orientation session held for first year students, citing graphic stories during a presentation that covered sexual assault and consent.
Survivors of sexual assault and allies gathered on Pomona College’s Walker Beach Thursday afternoon to discuss their experiences across the 5Cs, as well as to voice the changes they would like to see regarding campus culture and the role administrators play when responding to Title IX reports.
Pomona College continues to fail survivors of sexual assault by upholding the outdated belief that perpetrators’ punishment should be proportional to victims’ visible suffering, argues guest columnist Nanea Haynes PO ‘22.
A CMC student writes of how they are still unable to enter the Athenaeum due to the triggering effect that Laura Kipnis’ event last October had on them as a survivor of sexual assault.
Following multiple allegations of abusive behavior against a Pitzer College student, 5C student groups came together in support of survivors and demanded more effective action from administration regarding cases of sexual assault and harassment.
OPINION: Cancel culture serves to benefit the marginalized groups of society in the case of sexual misconduct, writes Abby Loiselle PO ‘23.
With modern social attitudes and glittery costumes, “Bridgerton” caters more to moral messages than historical accuracy — so glossing over rape sticks out as a major error, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 asserts.
ASPC unanimously passed a resolution addressing concerns and issues with the 6C interim Title IX policy introduced in August, ASPC President Payal Kachru PO ’21 announced in a Sept. 25 email.
Campus Safety reported that a student was allegedly sexually assaulted at Pomona College’s Strehle Track earlier Thursday.