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New York Gov. Student advocates from private institutions, including Syracuse University, have added their names to the list of individuals supporting Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to combat sexual assaults on college campuses. Kulsoom Ijaz, a Syracuse University College of Law student who ed Cuomo's "Enough is Enough" campaign, said the governor's proposal could be a model for other states. Along with Ijaz, student advocates from Barnard College, Columbia University, Fordham University and New York University are backing the governor's plan to combat campus sexual assaults.
A group of student advocates met Monday with Lt. Kathy Hochul. She is touring the state and meeting with administrators, faculty and students to build support for the "Enough is Enough" effort. Cuomo's plan is based on a policy the State University of New York implemented on all of its campuses.
The legislation would establish a statewide definition of affirmative consent and a sexual assault victims' bill of rights. It would also grant immunity to students for certain campus policy violations if they report an incident of sexual assault and require training for administrators, staff and students. Last week, U. Local government officials have endorsed Cuomo's proposalincluding 17 county executives and more than 40 mayors. Please subscribe to keep reading. You can cancel at any time. Already a subscriber?
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