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A 2018 photograph of President Mike Fitts at a prior sexual violence town hall as part of the All In campaign at Tulane University.

Amidst climate survey, USG sexual violence committee holds town hall

Tanvi Bobba, Staff Reporter February 15, 2022

Tulane University’s Undergraduate Student Government Sexual Violence Prevention and Response committee hosted their annual townhall on Feb. 1 to discuss the university’s efforts to combat sexual aggression...

At Tulane University, sexual violence is a common experience for students.

‘Expel rapists:’ Survivors testify to sexual violence at Tulane

Lily Mae Lazarus, Managing Editor November 28, 2021

Content Warning: The following article contains subject matter pertaining to sexual violence, suicide and specific testimonies of sexual assault, some of which contain graphic detail.       In...

Ashley Chen | Views Layout Editor

Letter to the Editor: The Hullabaloo’s sexual violence op-ed mischaracterizes efforts

April 2, 2020

As members of the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Committee of the Undergraduate Student Government, we are concerned by the gross mischaracterization of current sexual violence prevention efforts...

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Staff editorial: This year, let’s foster a community of care

September 5, 2019

The Tulane community is aching right now as we endure the unthinkable: saying goodbye to one of our own. This tragedy serves as a stark reminder that we carry a responsibility to look after one another...

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CockTales tries to unpack toxic masculinity, raises concerns

Taylor DeMulling and Sanjali De Silva April 18, 2018

Last Thursday, CockTales, an event seeking to change "toxic male culture" through monologues told by men, took place at Z'otz Cafe. CockTales aims to provide a platform for men to speak out against sexual...

Queer students face challenges with sexual assault dialogue

Queer students face challenges with sexual assault dialogue

Canela López and Amelia Hess April 20, 2017

Queer college students are two times more likely to be sexually assaulted before graduating than their straight-identified classmates. According to a survey conducted by the National Sexual Violence...

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