Tell The Tribune: Have Brigham Young University’s new sexual-assault policies changed attitudes on campus?

Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune BYU freshman James Bernier places his pledge with other during BYU's "Start by Believing" campaign, Tuesday, April 12, 2016 as part of Sexual Assault Awareness month on campus. Brigham Young University is under scrutiny amidst allegations that students who are victims of sex crimes are routinely investigated, under the auspices of the school's famously-strict code of conduct, known as the "honor code," and face disciplinary action as a result of reporting their abuse.

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