Sexual assault on college campuses videos
More than a dozen current and former cadets told CBS News they reported their sexual assaults to the Air Force Academy only to experience retaliation by their peers and their commanders."Just like you, I mean, I'm disgusted by that," Silveria said Tuesday on "CBS This Morning." "I'm a parent.I have two children that are in their early 20s that went to college.Students who are looking for a better way to transition from college to university have new options, thanks to an expanding partnership between Centennial College and the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). Read More Centennial College's School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts is integrating the industry's "It's Your Shift" Sexual Violence and Intervention Training program into its own curriculum to ensure its hospitality students are equipped to ...Read More Two student teams from Centennial College displayed their technical expertise by winning first and second place in the Thales Innovation Championship, held at Ryerson University on November 25.A student at SUNY Oneonta, for example, will see video messages from the college president, Title IX coordinator, University Police Department and local counseling center.Each campus can record its own video messages and customize the course to reflect its own campus, state or national policies, he said."We didn't know if it would be picked up by 10 institutions, 100 institutions or 1,000," said Storch.
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"We know that peer education is better than making a student listen to somebody my age." The goal, he said, was to give away an online training resource to colleges so that they could free up funds to spend on live, in-person training events.
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"It's been very clear that I expect the cadets and the faculty and the staff to treat each other with respect and dignity and I've enforced that from the very beginning," Silveria reiterated on "CBS This Morning." "But it's also about accountability and so the office that was providing the support -- and I know you interviewed someone who was in charge of that office -- it's about the accountability of that office. She had to take action because our cadets deserve the very best." He said he's holding everyone to a higher standard at the academy."Last month we removed a cadet that -- for sexual assault. I've also held one of our athletic teams to a very high standard and suspended some coaches and players for not meeting standards.