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Howard University students (left to right) Kevin Peterman, Taylor Davis, Leighton Watson and Ariel Alford are the subjects of NPR's Project Howard. They'll be keeping audio diaries as they finish their final semester of college and look toward their futures. Robb Hill for NPR hide caption

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A Crossroads At The End Of College: Introducing 'The Howard Project'

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To Tackle Sexual Assault Cases, Colleges Enlist Investigators-For-Hire

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A group of professors at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass., has slammed the school's new sexual assault policy, saying it gives victims an unfair advantage. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Harvard Law Professors Say New Sexual Assault Policy Is One-Sided

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Students at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., attend a debt management workshop. Broward is one of 29 colleges that no longer accepts unsubsidized student loans. The effort is part of an experiment to cut down on student loan debt and defaults. John O'Connor/WLRN hide caption

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To Cut Student Debt, Florida College Cuts Off Some Student Borrowing

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John Kelly speaks during a campus rally about sexual violence at Tufts University on May 1. Courtesy of Leah Mushkin-Pierret hide caption

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Campus Sexual Assault Law Now Includes Language On Same-Sex Violence

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HBCUs Move To Address Campus Sexual Assaults, But Is It Enough?

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President Obama and Vice President Biden on Friday debuted the "It's On Us" campaign to help colleges and universities prevent and respond to sexual assault on campus. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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The Start Of School Is Not The Only Risky Time For Campus Rape

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Dana Bolger, who says she was raped in 2011 while a student at Amherst College, co-founded a group that seeks to educate students about their rights under Title IX. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Student Activists Keep Pressure On Campus Sexual Assault

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The Power Of The Peer Group In Preventing Campus Rape

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One of many demonstrations highlighting what has been called a national epidemic of campus sexual assault. Wolfram Burner/Flickr hide caption

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How Campus Sexual Assaults Came To Command New Attention

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