Students and faculty gathered Thursday Oct. 18 in Ostrove Auditorium for a screening of the film The Invisible War, a documentary about rape in the United States military.
Mules Against Violence (MAV) held its Sex Narratives wellness seminar on the evening of Oct. 11.
On the lawn in front of Dana Hall, there is a cluster of small, red flags containing handwritten messages, which are part of the Red Flag Campaign.
Dean of Students Jim Terhune and College President William “Bro” Adams hosted a community forum for students, faculty and staff in Page Commons Monday, Feb. 6 in order to respond to the recent sexual misconduct investigation by working collectively to prevent this sort of behavior on the Hill and create a community of “respect and civility," Adams said.
Fifteen Colby College students have permanently withdrawn or been suspended from the College for school policy violations that include sexual misconduct, lying to school officials and hindering an internal investigation, following a three-month internal investigation.
Anonymous student narratives on sexual assault on campus.
In the midst of ongoing student and faculty discourse concerning the issue of sexual assault on the Hill, two Official Notices sent on Thursday, Nov. 10, prompted further discussion on the subject by bringing recent allegations facing members of the campus community to light.
Recent allegations on the Hill have fostered a campus-wide discussion regarding sexual assault.
Students and faculty filled Page Commons on Tuesday, Nov. 15, to participate in an open community forum to discuss sexual assault on campus.
Activist and author Jaclyn Friedman, introduced by Gender and Sexuality Resource Officer Berol Dewdney ’13 as a “feminist rockstar,” addressed an overflowing room of students on Monday, Nov. 14 in the Ostrove Auditorium in the Diamond Building.