The Washington Post recently crunched the data on sexual violence at college campuses; according to their findings, Penn State had the highest number of reported cases in 2012 — which was only fifty-six. Forty-five percent of schools with over 1,000 students, in fact, report zero rape cases for the entire year.
I'm sure some might read this data as reassuring. However, since one in five women will be sexually assaulted during their time at college, it's actually deeply worrying: as Emily Shire argues at the Daily Beast, it is "statistically impossible for a university not to have suffered any incidences of forcible sexual offenses on campus."
Hmm, our favorite study doesn't match up to the actual data. Must be a huge conspiracy.
Here's a map of the schools that really need to get their rape numbers up if they are going to support our dogma..