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The Sinister Side of the Glitz Gambit: Sexual Assault in the Music Industry

By Scotti Morris When people think of the Hollywood lifestyle, they do not consider that egregious acts, such as sexual assault, could impact or affect celebrities. Yet, pop singer Kesha, famous for her techno dance music, is currently being blacklisted by the music industry for speaking out against one of these offenses. Kesha faces a… Continue reading The Sinister Side of the Glitz Gambit: Sexual Assault in the Music Industry

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REVIEW | UGA Screens “The Hunting Ground” and Addresses the Inaction Towards Sexual Assault on College Campuses

BY KRISTY DAVIS On April 15th and 16th, multiple UGA student and alumni groups came together to present four screenings of "The Hunting Ground", a documentary and exposé on rape and sexual assault on college campuses. The film addresses these issues at Ivy League schools, state universities, and small colleges, but makes its strongest cases against… Continue reading REVIEW | UGA Screens “The Hunting Ground” and Addresses the Inaction Towards Sexual Assault on College Campuses

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“Yes Means Yes”: The New Mantra for Investigating Sexual Assault

BY KRISTY DAVIS Last fall, the state of California implemented a historic law that changed the handling of sexual assault. The legislation that was passed defined consent as "an affirmative, unambiguous and conscious decision" [1], making the presence of consent much more than someone just not saying “No.” In the past year, over 85 colleges… Continue reading “Yes Means Yes”: The New Mantra for Investigating Sexual Assault