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Rape / Colleges #312964

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 10, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Sentencing of 2 University of New Hampshire males for sexual assault reported Report introduced.

(Durham, New Hampshire: Richard Roth) Issue of sexual assault/rape in college dating scene featured. [In Gainesville, Florida, WOMAN - describes date assault.] [In Durham, New Hampshire, Association of American Colleges spokesperson Vernice SANDLER - discusses rape and changing view of rape.] Different interpretations of relevant statistics outlined. [Sexual Assault Recovery Services spokesperson Claire WALSH - notes willingness to talk now.] [SANDLER - gives advice.] Incrd. campus awareness of assault problem cited. [Student Kurt STEIN - says this awareness is good.]

Roth, Richard;
Schieffer, Bob

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