https://149362186.v2.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/web-the-editors-desk-1-1000x720.jpg

This issue, we published reporting on the revisions to state-wide Title IX requirements that went into effect at the start of the month. Of these updates, the most important may be the new consequences for mandatory reporters. Faculty and staff members have been considered as mandatory reporters; however, according to the updates made to this state law, these mandatory reporters now risk termination if a report is not made. This is seemingly a good thing....

https://149362186.v2.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/774954_1719200451637349_2810305223844643906_o.jpg

The Coalition for Respect is circulating its annual survey on sexual assault, which administrators hope will help improve the campus climate surrounding sexual assault. Last year’s report indicates that alcohol and drugs play a larger role in sexual assault involving Trinity students compared to those at peer institutions, though students at Trinity are also more likely to have talked to someone about the event. The Coalition for Respect is a partnership between students, faculty and staff...

https://149362186.v2.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web-title-ix-2.jpg

On Sept. 14, secretary of education Betsy DeVos delivered a speech on Title IX, calling the current process of handling campus sexual assault a “failed system.” While DeVos provided no specific plan with regards to Title IX, her speech indicated that the policy will be reviewed and most likely revised in some extent. Ariel del Vecchio, sophomore art and art history major, expressed concerns over DeVos’ remarks that are echoed among classmates. “My initial reaction...