The issue of sexual assaults on campus and the way universities respond to them has been getting some long-overdue attention lately. As City Paper intern Ashley Quick, a student at the University of Maryland, College Park, wrote in our recent College Issue, "The freshman fall semester, or first 90 days of a student being at school, proves to be the most dangerous time for sexual assault. This is a time known by school administrators as 'The Red Zone.'" Quick detailed investigations into mishandled responses to sexual assaults at three local schools, Hopkins, Morgan State, and Frostburg. Yesterday, we heard about accusations of of a mishandled response to sexual assault at our alma mater, Columbia University, and one student's brave attempt to pressure the university to expel her attacker. In an essay on Time.com, Emma Sulkowicz says she was raped on the first day of her sophomore year. The university had a hearing, she says, but "decided he was not guilty."