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New Indiana University Policy Addresses Sexual Assault In Sports

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Colleges around the country are coming up with ways to address what some see as a culture of sexual violence on campus. At Indiana University, there is a new increased focus on athletes. Earlier this month, the athletic department enacted a policy that bans any incoming freshman or transfer student athlete with a history of sexual abuse or domestic violence from competition.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young learns more about the policy from Indiana University Athletic Director Fred Glass.

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