In an op-ed on the struggle against sexual assault on college campuses, Davidson College President Carol Quillen outlines the inherent tensions in adjudicating sexual assault, and the cultural challenges that hinder prevention efforts. She writes:
"Colleges and universities are doing a lot: effective education through bystander intervention training; vocal, more helpful survivor advocacy; and clearer mechanisms for perpetrator accountability. We are gaining some ground. Yet deeply ingrained tensions within our culture keep dramatic progress out of reach."