Yale University recently received a $165,000 fine for underreporting the frequency of sexual assaults. And, according to a victims' advocacy group, that might turn out to be a catalyst needed to remind colleges of their obligation to protect students from such crimes. 

"I think once these cases come to light, it actually draws victims from other cases to speak up," Tracy Cox, spokeswoman for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, said, according to ABCnews.com. "I think it says something about the culture everywhere.

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