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  • College Fraternities Drawing More Scrutiny

    Wall Street Journal - 08/18/2014

    A major shift has been the reframing of responsibility for women’s safety. Until a few years ago, that burden was placed almost entirely on women, said Alison Kiss, the executive director of the Clery Center for Security on Campus. More recently, new bystander intervention models have taught men to act if they see their friends heading in the wrong direction with women.

    One of the most receptive audiences to these training programs are fraternities, said Jarrod Chin, a director of Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society, which pioneered the training in 1993.

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