In my university, one of the most distinguish private institutions in Mexico, the problem is also present. I think it is something that we need to address given the nature of the violation. It is sexual, we all are. It is negligent to think that your students would not be capable of something "like" this. We cede power to institutions, in order for them to use law to prevent others from overpowering and violate their equals rights.
I met this girl in school, she seemed shy and a little bit weird. Not my age, and she seemed in the surface very happy and with a general positive outlook. Many of my friends, which had a lot of more social interaction with her, comment to me how feminist she was, and that it was getting to a annoying point. To which I remained neutral because I have never had been treated badly from men, to me it was like that idea of Malaria or Ebola (which now we have in Mexico) that you know it happens but it is not part of "your" reality. That was for other people to scream, not her, not me, we could not wear those shoes of hurt women, screaming and announcing the name of their predators and pointing fingers to every man we see on the street.
We all women condemn her attitude.
Later I learn from a friend of mine that she had already change her perspective, she had talked to her, and what happened was that she had been violated on campus by one of our peers. In that moment I wear those shoes. Now I see things differently, I am wearing her shoes, sadly something like that had to happened so i could felt some empathy towards this cause. Here is her story: http://www.animalpolitico.com/blogueros-blog-invitado/2014/06/11/por-que-denuncie-mi-violacion/#axzz3AKMpntk5