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Sexual Assault

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1 "Through the Lens of a Panther" project collects photos of community
McGuill--Lauren (Student--2019), Eaves--Emily (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:51, p.01
4/17/2023 The Green Dot program at UNI is hosting a project throughout April called "Through the Lens of a Panther". Students, faculty, and staff can submit photos taken on campus to show each other what community and UNI means to all of us; photo.
2 "What Were You Wearing" exhibit aims to spread sexual assault awareness
Christensen--Caroline (Student--2021), Johnson--Isabella (Student--2023)
Northern Iowan 119:40, p.01
3/2/2023 The Office of Compliance Equity Management (OCEM) created an exhibit that displays outfits worn by sexual assault survivors to educate viewers about the pervasiveness of sexual assaults. The exhibit will be available throughout the month of April for viewing; photo.
3 Supporting survivors at UNI
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:32, p.01
2/7/2022 Student leaders share resources UNI offers for survivors of sexual assault; photo.
4 Student body president, vice-president create plans for new semester
Colsch--Jetta (Student--2021), Struck--Alisanne (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:10, p.02
9/30/2021 Student Body President Samantha Bennett and Vice President Alisanne Struck have been advocating for mental health, suicide prevention, an inclusive Northern Iowa Student Government (NISG) culture, and more online core classes, among other initiatives; photo.
5 Cost of going out every weekend
Goodman--Samantha (Class of 2021), Benitez--Nixson (Class of 2023)
Northern Iowan 118:9, p.03
9/27/2021 Samantha Goodman discusses the impact drinking has on college students; photo.
6 El estudio del campus sobre la violencia sexual
Goodwin--Antonia (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:9, p.05
9/27/2021 The Compliance and Equity management Office will be conducting an anonymous survey, the "Know More" survey, to learn about sexual violence on campus. Read in English on page 1; photo.
7 UNI to survey sexual violence on campus
Goodwin--Antonia (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:9, p.01
9/27/2021 The Compliance and Equity Management Office will be conducting an anonymous survey, the "Know More" survey, to learn about sexual violence on campus. Read in Spanish on page 5; photo.
8 Interpreters Theatre hosts social change display
Koehler--Emma (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:54, p.04
4/29/2021 The Interpreters Theatre hosted an event in Lang Hall on April 27 to showcase four student installations, including performances dealing with sexual assault, climate change, gun-related suicide, and human trafficking; photos.
9 Submissions wanted for "What Were You Wearing?" Exhibit
Tournier--Tehya (Class of 2022), Bates--Karrah (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:42, p.04
3/18/2021 UNI's Office of Compliance and Equity Management are asking for volunteers to tell their story of sexual assault for the exhibit "What Were You Wearing?" and they emphasize that sexual assault is never the victim's fault. The virtual exhibit will coincide with Sigma Phi Epsilon's Sexual Assault Awareness Week, April 12-16; photos.
10 Sexual Assault reported on campus
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 117:29, p.02
2/1/2021 UNI police release a report of a recent sexual assault on campus to the student body.
11 Crime Brief: Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 116:39, p.02
2/27/2020 A rape was reported to the UNI police by a student on Sunday, February 23.
12 Crime brief: sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan 116:38, p.02
2/24/2020 On February 16, the UNI student body received an email that a rape had been reported to UNI police by a student.
13 NISG holds presidential elections: Boeding and Greene
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:35, p.01
2/13/2020 Elle Boeding and Rachel Greene are running, currently unopposed, for Northern Iowa Student Government (NISG) student body president and vice president. They discuss their backgrounds and platform. NISCO elections will be held February 25-26; photos.
14 Wellness Services: homecoming safety tips
Student Wellness Services Staff
Northern Iowan 116:9, p.03
9/30/2019 Student Wellness Services provides tips on how to have a safe homecoming; photo.
15 UNI Crime Alert sent to campus
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 116:2, p.02
9/5/2019 UNI Office of Public Safety issued a campus-wide email stating that a rape had occurred on campus.
16 Take Back the Night honors victims
Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:51, p.02
4/22/2019 Take Back the Night was held at Maucker Union on April 18, sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies Program and the Northern Iowa Feminists. The rally honors the survivors of sexual violence; photo.
17 SipEp raises awareness with See-SAAW
Barikor--Leziga (Class of 2019)
Northern Iowan 115:48, p.01
4/11/2019 Sigma Phi Epsilon started Sexual Assault Awareness Week with their annual See-SAAW event to raise money for Riverview Center, a non-profit agency that supports people affected by sexual assault; photo.
18 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 115:36, p.02
2/18/2019 A sexual assault was reported on campus on February 17.
19 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 115:29, p.02
1/24/2019 A sexual assault was reported on campus on January 20.
20 Allegation needs to be investigated
Wolfe--Brenna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 115:21, p.04
11/5/2018 Wolfe writes a response to Albie Nicol's October 29 Northern Iowan article "Where are the democrats?" about sexual assault allegations against senator Cory Booker. In the author's opinion, allegations need to be taken seriously and investigated. Wolfe also discusses how race impacts critique and perception, and that although neither political party has made gender violence prevention a priority, the Democrats have done a better job of holding people accountable; photo.
21 Professor discusses diversity in the media
Ritondale--Sarah (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 115:19, p.04
10/29/2018 Professor Gayle Rhineberger-Dunn presented "Myth vs. Reality: Race, Gender, and (In)justice in the Media" at the Rod Library on October 25. Her talk focused on how the media shapes our reality about race, gender, crime and injustices; photo.
22 Where are the democrats?
Nicol--Albie (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:19, p.03
10/29/2018 In the author's opinion, both the Democrat and Republican parties need to respond when political figures face allegations of sexual assault. Nicol discusses the recent reports against Senator Cory Booker; photos.
23 Kavanaugh allegations lead to slippery slopes
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:18, p.03
10/25/2018 In the author's opinions, allegations seem to have risen to the point where they can ruin reputations and careers without evidence. Horning discusses the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford's allegations of sexual assault against him; photo.
24 Projects educates on violence, assault, abuse
Miene--Adriana (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:18, p.05
10/25/2018 The Clothesline Project will return to campus for its fifth year on October 26. Organized by the Women and Gender Studies department, the project is a national campaign addressing violence against women; photos.
25 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan 115:18, p.02
10/25/2018 A sexual assault on October 20 was reported by the Office of Public Safety. This marks the third reported incident this semester.
26 LTE: Response to "A few questions"
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 115:17, p.03
10/22/2018 Mohammad Rawwas, a senior management information systems major, writes a letter to the editor in response to the October 15 article by marketing professor Dennis Clayson, "Letter to the editor: A few questions." Clayson's letter was published in response to Albie Nicol's October 11 article "Assault doesn't need to be recounted to be valid." Rawwas discusses Clayton's questions, which related to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing, sexual assault, and injustice; photo.
27 Letter to the editor: A few questions
Clayson--Dennis E. (Marketing Faculty)
Northern Iowan 115:15, p.03
10/15/2018 Dennis Clayson, professor in the College of Business, writes a series of questions in response to Albie Nicol's October 11 article regarding Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.
28 Assault doesn't need to be recounted to be valid
Nicol--Albie (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:14, p.03
10/11/2018 The author argues against a culture that disbelieves victims of sexual assault and discusses Brett Kavanaugh's appointment as Supreme Court Justice; photos.
29 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan
Northern Iowan 115:14, p.02
10/11/2018 A email sent by the Office of Public Safety reported the second sexual assault of the semester, which occurred on October 8.
30 The trouble with Kavanaugh
Stekl--Caleb (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 115:13, p.04
10/8/2018 In the author's opinion, Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the United States Supreme Court will be detrimental to the nation. Stekl argues against the USA's current liberal-electoral democracy; photos.
31 LTE: The evidence backs ups Ford's credibility
Rawwas--Mohammed (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 115:12, p.03
10/4/2018 Student Mohammed Rawwas writes a letter to the editor in response to the piece "Delay drives Kavanaugh accusation" published in the Northern Iowan on September 27. Rawwas argues that Christine Blasey Ford's claims are credible and asks the previous letter-writer to reconsider their stance and retract the claims about the validity of Ford's claims; photo. Note: A correction in the 10/08/2018 issue of the Northern Iowan states that the author of the piece was incorrectly identified as Mohammed Rawwas, UNI professor of marketing, and the letter was written by Mohammed Rawwas, senior MIS major.
32 Why we must believe women
Ave--Jack (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:12, p.03
10/4/2018 The author argues that individual choices regarding who and what to believe are important, especially in cases where others are expressing pain. Ave argues that a disregard for others' pain, particularly women, has serious consequences; photo.
33 Is Kavanaugh the right choice?
Ave--Jack (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:11, p.03
10/1/2018 The author discusses Christine Blasey Ford's testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's alleged sexual assault, concluding that Ave believes her; photo.
34 LTE: Delay drives Kavanaugh accusation
Boyer--Lucas (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:10, p.03
9/27/2018 Lucas Boyer, chairman of Young Americans for Freedom, writes a letter to the editor in response to the previous Northern Iowan piece "Kavanaugh hearing must be postponed." Boyer discusses the seriousness of sexual assault as well as importance and timing of the allegations, concluding that Ford's upcoming testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee is vital.
35 Senate must postpone hearing
Ave--Jack (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:8, p.03
9/20/2018 In the author's opinion, the Senate Judiciary Committee should postpone Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation vote to allow time for investigating sexual assault allegations against him; photo.
36 Sexual Assault Reported
Northern Iowan
Northern Iowan 115:2, p.02
8/27/2018 A sexual assault was reported on August 18; contact information for support is provided.
37 Exhibit asks 'What Were You Wearing?'
Duax--Amelia (Student--2017), Anderson--Kati (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 114:51, p.04
4/16/2018 The exhibit 'What Were You Wearing?' seeks to raise awareness of sexual assault and how clothing in not the cause of sexual assault.
38 Sexual assault reported
Staff Writer
Northern Iowan 114:51, p.02
4/16/2018 Over the weekend, the Office of Public Safety reported that a sexual assault had occurred. This marks the third report of the semester.
39 SigEp seeSAAWs for sexual assault awarness
Madden--Jacob (Class of 2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 114:50, p.04
4/12/2018 Sigma Phi Epsilon held their annual Sexual Assault Awareness Week starting with their 24-hour seesaw event. More events through out the week to come, photo.
40 Feminist bring comedians
Deering--Koree (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 114:49, p.05
4/9/2018 Northern Iowa Feminists hosted two female comedians as part of Women to the Front, a feminist non-profit action group. They will be collection donations for Moms Demand Action for Common Sense Gun Laws.
41 Bringing emotional abuse to the spotlight
Wolfe--Brenna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:30, p.03
1/22/2018 Columnist Wolfe discuses the sexual assault claim against actor Aziz Ansari and addresses the wider issue of sexual assaults in today's culture. It is important to get an enthusiastic yes before perusing sex with a partner.
42 Sexual assaults reported on-campus
Northern Iowan 114:30, p.02
1/22/2018 Two sexual assaults occurred over the weekend. These are the first two sexual assaults reported this semester and the fifth and sixth assaults reported this year.
43 Globes address sexual assault
Ortiz--Cristian (Class of 2018)
Northern Iowan 114:28, p.03
1/11/2018 Columnist Ortiz discuses the 75th Golden Globe Awards. Every actor wore black to take a stand against sexual assault. Oprah Winfrey becomes the first black women to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award; photo.
44 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan 114:27, p.02
12/7/2017 A sexual assault was report on campus. This is the third report this week, and the fourth report overall for this academic year.
45 Sexual assault reported
Northern Iowan
Northern Iowan 114:26, p.02
12/4/2017 In the last three days, two sexual assaults have been reported at UNI. There have been three reports total so far this year.
46 Speaking up amidst allegations
Wolfe--Brenna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:25, p.03
11/30/2017 Columnist Wolfe discusses rape culture and how it relates to UNI's campus. She also shares her experiences with sexual harassment; photo.
47 Why is everything politicized?
Schrad--Tanner (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:23, p.03
11/13/2017 Columnist Schrad argues that the public makes decisions on issues based on political ideologies rather than facts and has the tendency to over politicize controversial issues; photo.
48 Sexual assault campaign is problematic
Wolfe--Brenna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:16, p.04
10/19/2017 Wofle discusses the #MeToo social media campaign against sexual assault and harassment. In the author's opinion, while valuable, the campaign focuses too much on self-disclosure, followed patterns of silencing women of color, and lacks action steps and prevention; photo.
49 Clothesline Project brings awareness
Smith--Monique (Student--2017), Davis--Kirby (Class of 2018)
Northern Iowan 114:15, p.02
10/16/2017 The Women and Gender Studies (WGS) program will host the Clothesline Project, a movement to raise awareness about violence against women, starting on October 9 and throughout Relationship Violence Awareness Month; photos.
50 Movie mongul commits sexual assault
Ortiz--Cristian (Class of 2018)
Northern Iowan 114:14, p.03
10/12/2017 Ortiz discusses sexual assault awareness and prevention in the wake of the allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein; photos.

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