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Our Winter 2015 Print Journal is Here!

Our new print edition is out! After months of hard work, the Sanford Journal of Public Policy is proud to announce that our Winter 2015 print journal is ready to go, and we couldn’t be more proud of it.

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Only Yes Means Yes: California poised to instill expectation of enthusiastic consent

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control found that 1 in 5 American women have been raped in their lifetimes. This news comes at a time when publicity surrounding the pervasive nature of sexual violence on college campuses has reached a crescendo. Today, several student and faculty groups have filed Title IX lawsuits demanding justice for survivors of assault and college administrations recently received an open letter from the White House demanding a reevaluation of school wide policy and immediate action on this issue.

1 in 5 women victims of rape, according to new CDC report

1 in 5 American women have been victims of rape, according to a new CDC report (Image © Peter McElroy)

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