sexual assault

Refusing to be invisible

Ribbons tied outside Senate House ahead of the discussion about reforming the sexual assault disciplinary procedure

Students call for disciplinary procedure reformation

The criminal standard of proof is being called into question

Students across Cambridge wear black to raise awareness of sexual assault

A large number of students gathered outside the UL in black to support the Time’s Up campaign

Sexual assault and standing up: Experiencing ‘Public House’

A reviewer talks about what it means to ‘watch’

It’s REALLY not okay, is it?

#metoo

Former Union President admits guest sexually harassed members of the committee

There are concerns about a culture of harassment by guests at the Union

Why #MeToo matters for all of us

Especially in Cambridge

Sexual assault survivors should be granted extenuating circumstances

The new guidelines are a step forward, but we need to go further

Why we need to RECLAIM THE NIGHT

‘Human decency is not foreplay!’

Cambridge in major revamp of sexual assault policy

University to change policy in major U-turn

Exclusive: Gardies employee arrested in relation to sexual harrassment allegations

He is currently on police bail

Council ignores Tab petition and intends to REDUCE lighting

The County Council says it will ‘turn off some streetlights’ when asked about our lighting petition

Cambridge sees record number of rapes reported

Worrying stats show rape records have shot up – by a quarter

It’s time for us to speak out

There are people behind recent rape statistics, and you must take their stories seriously, says FRANCESCA EBEL.

Wyverns in Oxford Rape Row

Magdalene’s infamous drinking society, the Wyverns, are under police investigation for allegedly chanting about rape in Oxford city centre.

What to do if you are raped

Rape as an issue is often discussed, but what isn’t, is what to do if it happens to you.

Blame will get us nowhere

Ambiguity, swaps, and the blame game.

Sexual Assault in Cambridge: A chance for students to speak out

CUSU Women’s campaign are running a survey about sexual harassment and assault.

In Defence of Common Sense

JAMES MITCHELL responds to the comments which met Saturday’s article about sexual assault.

Cambridge just isn’t safe for women

ELEANOR COSTELLO talks about her experience of sexual assault whilst out at night in Cambridge.