Washington Post: “Colleges pledge to continue work on assault prevention”

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In the October 15, 2017 Washington Post:

At George Mason University in Fairfax, the work to combat campus sexual assault begins before students arrive in the classroom. At this year’s freshman convocation, students heard the university’s president talk about the importance of taking care of themselves and one another, said Rose Pascarell, vice president for university life. They also learned about student rights and responsibilities and went through training on how to intervene in situations that appear troubling.

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