For survivors of sexual assault, justice takes different forms. Rather than be defined by their trauma, they seek to define themselves through advocacy and activism.
The Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center offers a range of services, but advocates question whether the University doing enough to help students on campus
Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr have created a space for survivors to build support networks.
To blame fraternities for the actions of their individual members is somewhat illogical.
Football is a violent sport, on and off the field. As issues of domestic and sexual violence dominate headlines, the NFL and NCAA are forced to search for solutions.
In 2013, the Office of Civil Rights launched a federal investigation into USC’s Title IX office. Though the University has taken action, students say there is still more to be done.
During a time when the current Title IX protections become vulnerable under the current presidential administration, it is important that the University continues to uphold and expand upon its efforts to combat sexual assault.