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We need to change how sexual assault victims are treated

Katie James, Associate Editor

September 24, 2018

America is failing when it comes to the way we investigate and prosecute sexual assault allegations and the way we treat victims who do attempt to press charges. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, some people may think issues...

Michael Shermer retracts legal threats after ongoing controversy

Delaney Smith, Features Editor

April 20, 2018

Following threats to pursue legal action against The Channels, Professor Raeanne Napoleon, and City College as a whole, Dr. Michael Shermer announced in an email Saturday that he was dropping his case. “Although we have an...

SBCC teachers discuss racial controversy behind ‘Me Too’

TOVA KIBAL, Associate Editor

October 23, 2017

Over the last week, the two most common words on social media have caused a riveting storm of action, and reaction. Within 24 hours, there were more than 12 million posts or comments regarding the ‘‘Me too’’ campaign on ...

Speaking out against sexual assault offers hope to victims

EVA VALENCIA, Channels Staff

February 26, 2016

Many female students in our community are haunted by fear when going out due to previous traumatic experiences out of their control. Sexual assault has always been difficult to discuss. Talking about it may open up old wounds,...

SBCC athletic department adopts ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

LANDON HUNT, Associate Editor

February 15, 2016

The athletic department is taking a stand against sexual assault by educating its student athletes on the issue through the “It’s On Us” campaign. “It’s On Us” is a nationwide campaign to end sexual assault. It in...

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