The Campus: "Middlebury lacks rape awareness"


In this Campus opinion piece, Landis reflects on recent racial issues on campus, and asks members of the Middlebury community to examine another issue that has been swept under the rug, sexual assault. Landis discusses the fact that sexual assault is a large issue at Middlebury, and to believe otherwise is a result of poor education, reporting, and conversations around the issue. She insists that this is a problem the entire community needs to take action against and criticizes the way that Middlebury fails to address it, using the sexual assault policy and blue lights as examples. Here is the article from The Campus' archives, as well as a photo of the article as it was originally printed.


Kate Landis ’99 (CFC member)


April 16, 1998


April 16, 1998 - Pg. 10.pdf
April 16, 1998 - Pg. 17.pdf
The Campus - %22Middlebury lacks rape awareness%22 .pdf



Kate Landis ’99 (CFC member) , “The Campus: "Middlebury lacks rape awareness",” Archives of Dissent, accessed July 15, 2024,

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