Seeking Justice For Campus Rapes One out of 5 women will be sexually assaulted during her college years. Despite federal laws created to protect students, colleges and universities have failed to protect women from this epidemic of sexual assault. NPR News Investigations and the Center for Public Integrity teamed up to examine this ongoing problem on college campuses.

There's still debate about whether men who commit sexual assault on college campuses are predators, or men who got drunk and made a mistake. Getty Images hide caption

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Myths That Make It Hard To Stop Campus Rape

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College Of Holy Cross Responds To Campus Assault

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Rape Victims Find Little Help On College Campuses

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When Margaux learned that the college ruling meant she'd still have to attend university with her assailant, she dropped out of school. Beth Rooney/Aurora for NPR hide caption

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College Justice Falls Short For Rape Victim

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Margaux's parents were shocked at how few options there were for their daughter to prosecute the man who sexually assaulted her. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Failed Justice Leaves Rape Victim Nowhere To Turn

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Laura Dunn in 2003, a year before the incident that changed her life. Courtesy Laura Dunn hide caption

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Campus Rape Victims: A Struggle For Justice

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