Sexual Assault

How to help a loved one who’s experienced sexual assault

When someone discloses a sexual assault, it can be very difficult to know how to respond. But there’s a system that can help: The three R’s: Recognize, Respond, Refer.Continue...

Taking back the night

“Consent is sexy” was one of the many messages on signs held up on Thursday night at the annual Take Back the Night rally.

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Students attend sexual assault talk by survivor

Two days after arriving at Queen’s, all first-year students attended a talk by educator and activist Rachel Griffin on sexual assault....Continue...

New team tasked with sexual assault recommendations

Queen’s has established a team to ensure sexual assault prevention objectives released earlier this summer are implemented.Continue...

New sexual assault policy drafted

Queen’s is one step closer to implementing an official sexual assault policy on campus.Continue...

How to report a sexual assault

Sexual assault policy still inaccessible

The University’s release of a temporary sexual assault protocol was a good move, but the policy needs to be heavily advertised and made readily accessible.Continue...

Breaking the sexual assault silence

Last week wasn’t any ordinary week — it was Sexual Assault Awareness Week.

From Oct. 20-26, Sexy Queen’s U held a number of events on campus to raise awareness of sexual assault,...Continue...

Assault case process ambigious

It’s painfully clear that universities need to establish a proper system for handling sexual assault cases.Continue...

Columbia, stop hiding issues under the mattress

Recent events at Columbia University should act as a sign that universities everywhere need to change how they handle sexual assault cases.Continue...

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