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The University of Minnesota's football team had refused to take part in any preparations for their upcoming bowl game, after 10 players were suspended. The school's stadium is seen here in a 2012 file photo. Paul Battaglia/AP hide caption

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Stanford has found itself in a string of high-profile sexual assault cases. During a demonstration last September, students held a sign about rape at the university's White Plaza during new student orientation. Tessa Ormenyi/AP hide caption

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Soldiers, officers and civilian employees attend a ceremony for the U.S. Army's annual observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month in March 2015 in Arlington, Virginia. According to the Pentagon, the initiative is "meant to reinforce a climate of dignity and respect founded on good order and discipline." Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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New Report Says Pentagon Not Doing Enough For Sexual Assault Victims

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Elizabeth Cadle of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission answers questions on Feb. 16 about the $1 million settlement of a lawsuit against Vail Run Resort. John Leyba/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Underreporting Makes Sexual Violence At Work Difficult To Address

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Fourteen members of New Zealand's Parliament from the Labour and Green parties — including four men — were either thrown out or chose to leave the chamber Wednesday. Katie Bradford/via The Guardian hide caption

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Can A Person With Dementia Consent To Sex?

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An independent review of a Rolling Stone article about an alleged rape at the University of Virginia found fundamental errors in the way the story was reported and edited. University President Teresa Sullivan said the story had damaged campus efforts to address sexual assault. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Report Shreds 'Rolling Stone' Rape Story, But Many On Campus Have Moved On

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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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Senate Bill Would Fine Colleges For Mismanaging Campus Rape Cases

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Lt. Gen. David Morrison, Australia's army chief, has simple advice for those who don't want women in the service: "Get out." YouTube hide caption

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President Obama delivering the commencement address Friday at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Larry Downing/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel with U.S. troops in Kabul, Afghanistan, on March 11. Jason Reed/pool/Getty Images hide caption

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The Pentagon. New Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel wants a review of how sexual assault cases are adjudicated by the military. Jason Reed/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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