WARNING: This article contains discussions about sexual assault and harassment.
I spent two of my formative years living with 120 other university students at a residential college. Growing up in regional Victoria, it seemed like the natural step from country life to university, and a convenient way to meet people in an unfamiliar city.
My time living at one of the eleven University of Melbourne colleges was overwhelmingly positive. But in what was largely a friendly and supportive community, sexual harassment occurred, and was an undeniable part of my college experience.
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(First published for the City Journal on August 4th 2017)