Let’s Have a Locker Room Talk

At Into Account, we work with athletes from departments at small, religious liberal arts schools who tell us versions of the same story: secrecy, insularity, and complaints of serious abuse being handled, or simply minimized and ignored, by unqualified athletic department personnel.

Better Reporting for Bethel: Student Leaders Discuss Their Resolution to Promote Callisto

For too many college victims, reporting an assault to campus authorities is a scary, obstacle-laden process. At small colleges, where it can seem like everyone knows everyone, reporting can be particularly fraught. What if, for instance, your rapist is related to the Title IX Coordinator? (Yes, unfortunately, we’ve seen that.) What if someone on the … Continue reading Better Reporting for Bethel: Student Leaders Discuss Their Resolution to Promote Callisto

Title IX, Due Process, Standards of Proof, and…what was the question again? (Education is Power, Part II)

by Stephanie Krehbiel (Read Part One of this series here.) There’s one question I hear again and again when I’m talking to people about Title IX and sexual violence: Why are schools involved in this at all? Sexual assault is a crime, so why not leave it solely in the hands of the police? I … Continue reading Title IX, Due Process, Standards of Proof, and…what was the question again? (Education is Power, Part II)