Vieni con me?
Let’s do it…
Se eu chorar, não me faça muitas perguntas, não precisa nem secar minhas lágrimas. Só me diz que você continuará comigo pra tudo, que tenho teu colo e teu carinho. E ainda que te doa me ver assim, me envolva nos teus braços e diga que eu posso chorar, mas que você não sairá dali enquanto eu não sorrir. Porque é isso que nos importa, não é? O sorriso um do outro.CAIO F. ABREU.
The BBC Pop Up (bbcpopup) team has spent all of September living in a house right on the edge of the Boulder campus of Colorado University. The issue of sexual assaults at US colleges was raised repeatedly by students we met.
It is a national problem, with studies showing that one in five women will be victims during their time at university.
And it is a serious problem at CU-Boulder too. The college is on the White House’s list of schools suspected of Title IX violations - that’s a law guaranteeing that women in federally-funded universities won’t face discrimination due to their gender and have equitable access to education.
More than 70 schools, including CU-Boulder, are accused of having improperly dealt with sexual assault cases, and are now the target of a federal investigation.
Will curbing fraternity culture help prevent college rapes? Or are they easy targets for a more complex problem?
Benjamin Zand investigated the role fraternity culture plays in sexual assault at CU-Boulder.
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