Book Takes On Consent On Campus

DeVos Moves To Rewrite Campus Sexual Assault Rules
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. DeVos on declared that "the era of 'rule by letter' is over" as she announced plans to change the way colleges and university handle allegations of sexual violence on campus. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
DeVos Moves To Rewrite Campus Sexual Assault Rules
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. DeVos on declared that "the era of 'rule by letter' is over" as she announced plans to change the way colleges and university handle allegations of sexual violence on campus. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Book Takes On Consent On Campus

With the barrage of stories about sexual assault on campus, it can send a message that all consent is absent for college kids. It’s clearly a problem that continues to demand more action from college administrations so all students can feel safe. But as Vanessa Grigoriadis’s latest book shows, there are gray areas in the zone of consent. But she's quick to say stricter regulations on colleges should not be rolled back. We talk to Grigoriadis about her book Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus.