In The Hunting Ground, there were plenty of women in authority who spoke out on this topic, but I could only count on one hand the number of men who stood up against the perpetrators of sexual crime on campuses. Even worse, zero from so-called male leadership of our college institutions made any remarks on the record…

One of the most heartbreaking stories featured in The Hunting Ground comes from an interview with Tom Seeberg, whose daughter Lizzy committed suicide in the aftermath of being sexually assaulted by Notre Dame football player Prince Shembo, who now plays for the Atlanta Falcons…

Astonishingly, while male student-athletes make up just three percent of a college campus population, they account for 19 percent of sexual assaults and 35 percent of domestic assaults on college campuses…

A University of Notre Dame football player who allegedly sexually assaulted a young woman who later killed herself has been cleared of wrongdoing by a university disciplinary hearing.

Elizabeth “Lizzy” Seeberg, a 19-year-old Northbrook, Ill. native who was a student at St. Mary’s College, died of a suspected drug overdose on Sept. 10, 2010, little more than a week after she initiated a formal complaint against a male student-athlete which alleged unwanted sexual contact, per an AP report…

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