The article published by Time sheds light on how college campuses, mainly the University of Michigan, are putting more focus on sexual misconduct and the role of verbal pressure. It explains how schools have found, through surveys, that there is a large population of students who have experienced unwanted sexual activity as a result of verbal coercion. It goes on to address how schools are using their resources in order to make students better aware of these negative actions and how to take part in healthy, positive sexual relationships.
I don’t believe the article has a very strong lede, to me the first paragraph did not stand out as much as it should have. The nut graph does provide numerous statistics pertaining to the topic of the article, but the quotes I believe could have been shorter and more impactful. It does provide solutions to the problem being addressed and more importantly why this problem is a major issue that everyone should know about.
In your opinions, do you think the article does a good job addressing the main issue and providing insight as to why it is news worthy? Do you think the structure of the article was properly established? Do you think the video at the end was a good resource to add to make the article stronger or does it take away value?