The BBC has had a team living next to the University of Colorado at Boulder campus for a month.
The issue of sexual assaults at US colleges was raised repeatedly by students we met.
It is a national problem, with studies suggesting one in five women will be victims during their time at university.
And it is a serious problem at CU-Boulder too. The college is on the White House’s list of schools suspected of Title IX violations – that’s a law guaranteeing that women in federally-funded universities won’t face discrimination due to their gender.
More than 70 schools including CU-Boulder are accused of having improperly dealt with sexual assault cases, and are now the target of a federal investigation.
Cue Christina Hoff Sommers saying it’s all grossly exaggerated and besides boys like to squirm a lot in school so no fair.
While sexual assault is not a problem specific to fraternities, studies have shown that on college campuses, men who join a fraternity are three times more likely to rape than other men.
The White House launched a campaign last week called “It’s On Us”. The initiative is aimed at encouraging male students to intervene to stop abusive behaviour.
Yes but what about the sororities? What about the drunk women barging into the frat houses? Be fair!