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Minnesota needs to redefine “mentally incapacitated”

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 5, 2021

Media headlines have caused outrage this week, leading people to believe Minnesota courts are now using alcohol consumption as consent to sex. Francois Momulu Khalil met his rape victim in 2017 after...

Sexual Assault

Madison Feltman, News Editor October 9, 2018

This past week marked the It’s On Us Fall Week of Action here at the University of North Dakota. It’s On Us is a nationwide organization that promotes the importance of conversation within the topic...

Bright lights shine on campus during a recent campus safety tour on October 12, 2017.  A recent attempted sexual assault at Noren Hall highlighted safety and security concerns in the university community.

Sexual assualt

Diane Newberry, News Editor January 22, 2018

On January 6, University of North Dakota students still scattered across the country for winter break were alerted by mass email to an attempted sexual assault in Noren Hall. The federally mandated...

Open for viewing from October 23-27, 2017, the Clothesline Project displays t-shirts made by victims of abuse

Clothesline Project

Devon Abler, Staff Writer October 29, 2017

First initial used to protect the identity of the survivor. The Clothesline Project was present on the University of North Dakota campus during the week of Oct. 23 to 27. The Memorial Union Ballroom...

Audience members listen as Amber Flynn, sexual respect & violence prevention coordinator at the UND Womens Center, speaks during the Take Back The Night rally on Monday night.

Take Back the Night

Devon Abler, Staff Writer October 25, 2017

On Monday night, members of the UND community gathered together in the Memorial Union Ballroom to show solidarity for survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and rape. The UND Women’s Center and...

Lieutenant Don Rasmuson is a UND police officer and intellegence officer in the Department of Public Safety.

Addressing sexual assault on the college campus

Matt Eidson, Editor-In-Chief April 28, 2017

Handling sexual assault on a college campus poses unique problems that are forcing institutions to expedite the process. In an attempt to ensure a victim doesn’t run into her or his attacker on the way...

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