Dr Olivarius in the New Yorker

An article published in the New Yorker this week considered the question: "Is There a Smarter Way to Think About Sexual Assault on Campus?" In it, Jia Tolentino describes research being done at Columbia University to determine the underpinning factors that contribute to campus sexual assault. 

Speaking about the origins of the current movement to end sexual assault on college campuses, Tolentino explains, "You can trace that movement back at least four decades, to 1977, when a senior at Yale named Ann Olivarius—along with another student, three graduates, and a male professor—sued the school, citing quid-pro-quo sexual harassment by professors, a hostile environment, and a lack of reporting procedures."