The scope of the jury trial taking place next month in the $3 million lawsuit being brought against Boston College will be limited solely to whether or not administrative interference took place, specifically a breach of contract or violated basic fairness principle. […]
In compliance with the Clery Act, the University’s report cites 39 instances of rape, with 34 of those crimes occurring in on-campus student housing. […]
The staff of the Women’s Center stressed that its wide range of resources are available to anyone who needs them. […]
Following an article exposing a BU professor as the subject of an investigation for alleged sexual harassment, BC students joined BU grad students in a rally against sexual assault. […]
“We at Bystander Intervention, the Women’s Center, and across campus are here to support and uplift survivors, because not one of us should be fully defined by the things that have happened to us.” […]
“I think the outrage at such ‘assault’ is well placed, although the emaciated morality which is used as its justification is inadequate.” […]
It was at the discretion of BCPD to assess the imminence of the danger, and it believed that it was not worthwhile to report.
The student was raped three times, in a parking lot and several other sites, before she was dropped off at BC. The student then immediately reported the incident to the Boston College Police Department.
“Take Back the Night” is rooted in international protests against sexual violence.