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(Studio: Terry Moran) The disturbing problem of sexual assault on college campuses introduced; details given about sexual assault cases at the Air Force Academy.
(Colorado Springs: Bill Redeker) What the academy is doing to protect female cadets examined; scenes shown from the Air Force Academy campus. [Freshman Lainie SCOTT, mother Julie SCOTT- talk about safety.] [USAF superintendent Lt. Gen. John ROSA- says we have a problem.] [Freshman cadets Dustin MAYNE, Alison WOOD, Veronica DAWSON- comment on reports & changes.]
(Studio: Terry Moran) Report introduced.
(New York: Dan Harris) The risk of sexual assault on college campuses examined. [Two female STUDENTS, University of Cincinnati professor Bonnie FISHER, Center for Policy Research for Women Diana ZUCKERMAN, Foundation for Individual Rights for Education Harvey SILVERGLATE- offer views on the problem of rape & consent on campus.]
- Moran, Terry;
- Redeker, Bill;
- Harris, Dan
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