The Badger Herald Editorial Board: UW must protect students in light of federal attempts to change Title IX protections

Attempts to provide vague conditions to vital Title IX protections must be resisted

UW-Madison Campus

Results of UW Athletic Department health, safety review suggest need for improved mental health services

Nearly 700 student-athletes, 400 staff members participated in in-person interviews, health, safety surveys


UW ought to hold off on Title IX investigation until Cephus’ criminal trial concludes

Cephus is suing Board of Regents, UW administrators on violation of fifth amendment rights

UW-Madison Campus

Quintez Cephus enters not guilty plea

30 days were given for both sides to gather evidence for discovery

UW-Madison Campus

Global Health, PAVE discuss impacts of domestic violence on UW campus

Attendees raised concerns about low rate of consequence for those accused of sexual assault

UW-Madison Campus

International Socialist Organization holds walkout, discussion following Kavanaugh nomination

Organizers outlined ISO’s action plan to engage as many people as possible in protest against Kavanaugh

UW-Madison Campus

UW community protests Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

'I believe Christine Ford, I believe Anita Hill,' marchers say


Fear of allegations is not a valid reason to ignore sexual assault survivors

Validating survivors' pain does not automatically condemn alleged perpetrators

UW-Madison Campus

UW renews participation in AAU sexual misconduct, assault campus climate survey

Previous survey, conducted in 2015, led to creation of sexual assault awareness training programs


Christine Blasey Ford’s bravery, intentions shows importance of women supporting other women

Ford's grueling testimony shows collective power of women supporting women

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