Researchers asked freshmen about whether they tried to persuade a woman to have sex when she didn't want to.
Beliefs in rape myths increased perceived sexual desire and consent.
The rape victim helped write the sexual assault bill with Franken, who is now accused of sexual misconduct.
Besty DeVos's new guidelines on how college campuses and universities should handle sexual assault has rape victims like Abby Honold concerned that her decision could protect rapists.
The survey highlighted issues with misogyny and relationships among millennials, with the majority of young people rarely discussing issues of sexual consent.
That means no Olympic Trials.
A California judge sentenced Turner, a Stanford swimmer, to six months in jail for sexual assault.
The sentence last week by Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky against former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner gained international attention.
He wrote that his son has paid a "steep price" for "20 minutes of action out of his 20 plus years of life."
Jasmin Hernandez is suing the school, claiming it acted indifferently after she was raped by a football player.
Lawsuit: White student bragged about sex with black athletes, then got them expelled for rape.
Former St. Paul's School student Owen Labrie breaks his silence on his conviction.
Labrie opened up about his journey from scholarship superstar to unemployed young adult living with his mom.
Allegations of sexual assault on campus are at record levels, as are lawsuits from the accused, including Paul Nungesser, claiming schools discriminated against them based on gender.
Addressing students' perceptions about alcohol and sex could help limit assault on campus, the researchers say.
This is the second major lawsuit Rolling Stone faces as a result of the article.
A student said Searl raped her last October.
Owen Labrie, 19, has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexually assaulting the girl at St. Paul's School in Concord in May 2014.
The 'Into the Wild' author offers an important, graphic look at how campuses mishandle rape, but never gets to why.
Deans Steve Coll and Sheila Coronel disagreed with Rolling Stone Publisher Jann Wenner's claim that the purported victim bears blame.
"A Rape on Campus" began to unravel soon after it was published on Nov. 19, 2014 in "Rolling Stone." Now, police say there's no evidence to support the account of a brutal gang rape contained in the story.
The project, co-sponsored by Beacon and undertaken by Mandy Van Deven, will span four months.