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At the culmination of Duke’s Take Back the Night March in 2005, nearly 150 people gathered on the steps of Duke Chapel to share stories about sexual assault. Such community-wide, public events were important, one participant noted, "because sexual assault is a silent crime." Nearly a decade later, sexual-assault survivors and their supporters aren’t staying silent about what takes place on their college campuses. Here’s an in-depth look at how the administration and students are taking on the issue.
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