In the wake of controversy over Yale University’s response to the Delta Kappa Epsilon march–where students chanted, “No means yes! Yes means anal!”–the national debate over campus safety has been inflamed once again. Activists argue that a school’s failure to ensure a safe environment for all students is a violation of rights guaranteed by Title IX, included as part of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. But even schools that pride themselves on responsiveness to the issue of sexual violence on campus are part of a disappointing nationwide phenomenon–despite policy overhauls and awareness events, the campus rape statistics haven’t budged in years.