Tags: Sexual Assault

Record Voter Turnout for UGA Student Government Elections

This year’s Student Government Association election at the University of Georgia saw a record breaking turnout as students voted for either the “Rise” or “Ignite” ticket to lead the student body for the upcoming school year. Cameron Keen was elected as the SGA president on the Ignite ticket, pulling 57% of the votes casted. Voting…

“It’s the victim’s choice:” Why Many Victims Don’t Report Rape

ATHENS, Ga. — Only one report of rape in the past three years on the University of Georgia resulted in an arrest. Below, see the executive director of a sexual assault center in Athens break down why that happens. By: Dillon Richards   This content is still developing. Please return for the latest updates, and…

Purpose of the Clery Act

College campuses are often places of joy, communion, and learning. Students enroll in college to share ideas and good times, but there can be danger, too. Because of a federal law called The Clery Act, students and their families can find out about reported crimes on the campuses where they choose to attend classes. The…

UGA Police officer retract previous sexual assault allegations

University of Georgia’s Police Department issued additional information about the attempted abduction, sexual assault and rape incident that was issued on September 13, 2016. It was determined that the information that was relayed to the anonymous data form about the assault was incorrect. The victim stated that as she was walking on the sidewalk that connects Brumby,…

Controversial campus sexual assault bill losing support

By Richard Banton Both national college greek organizations have withdrawn support from a campus sexual assault bill that’s been an embroiled in a firestorm of controversy for several months. According to the Huffington Post, the groups, the National Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, committed more than $210, 000 in lobbying efforts in July. The Safe Campus…