Related Program: The Record More Students Are Filing Sexual Assault Complaints, Investigation Shows By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • May 2, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Washington State University is one of 55 universities under investigation by the federal government. Credit Flickr Photo/miss_usa_redneck Listen Listening... / 7:21 Marcie Sillman talks with Kristen Lombardi, investigative reporter for The Center For Public Integrity, about the federal government's investigation into 55 universities, including Washington State Univerity, over their handling of complaints of sexual assault. Tags: sexual assaultgovernmentschools and educationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content How Fraternities Came To Be So Dangerous And Powerful By Steve Scher & Andy Hurst • Mar 3, 2014 Flickr Photo/albedo20 (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 8:14 Steve Scher talks with journalist Caitlin Flanagan about her Atlantic Magazine cover story, "The Dark Power of Fraternities." Flanagan said the fraternity industry is the largest provider of alcohol to underage drinkers in the United States outside of family members. Why Colleges Are Rebranding 'Rape' To 'Nonconsensual Sex' By Marcie Sillman & Hannah Burn • Apr 30, 2014 Listen Listening... / 9:11 Marcie Sillman talks with Al Jazeera reporter Claire Gordon about how the term "non-consensual sex" took off and why colleges are using it instead of rape in their sexual misconduct policies. Training Men And Women On Campus To 'Speak Up' To Prevent Rape By editor • Apr 30, 2014 A White House task force on Tuesday recommended ways to reduce rape and relationship violence on college campuses, pointing to, among other things, programs designed to teach students to intervene before an assault happens. One of the programs, known as "bystander intervention," is based on the idea that both men and women can interrupt behaviors to prevent sexual violence. The training is designed to change social norms and encourage people to find ways to intervene.