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December 22, 2015 7:05 PM

College women plagued by aftermath of sexual assault, violence

Data from college women show nearly 26 percent of those who sought mental health treatment reported nonconsensual sexual contact

Sexual assault victims suffer psychological as well as physical trauma

Penn State’s Center for Women Students is a resource for sexual assault victims

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