The University of Central Arkansas and Arkansas State University are both undergoing investigation and turning up its damage control after rape allegations at each campus.
Campus police at UCA are investigating a February 2013 video that was shot early last month (February 8) at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house. The police are investigating voyeurism and sexual assault. The video was turned in on March 1.
Sigma Phi Epsilon has suspended all of the fraternity members involved in the incident. There are three suspects involved, ages 19, 29 and 21. Their names were not reported and none of the alleged suspects have been arrested.
In January 2013, the third weekend of the year and the start of the spring semester, a woman reported being raped in Arkansas Hall. The victim didn't remember much of what had happened to her. At the time of of the incident, police were unable to determine if the alleged rapists were ASU students.
Read more of the incident at ASU's student paper here.
In a conservative state like Arkansas, there are bound to be strict, yet unspoken rules that women should adhere to and observe on college campuses.
Women shouldn't travel alone at night and when drinking, women are wisest when they party in groups with friends who vow to leave the party together in the same fashioned they arrived-together.
Modern feminist thought insists that men shouldn't rape. Defensive feminist thought teaches women to protect themselves from danger by avoiding potentially dangerous scenarios, particularly where drugs and alcohol are likely to be involved.