In the fall of 2015, a group of young men at Indiana University (IU) in Bloomington, Ind., launched an unusual back-to-school project. In an earlier episode at another university, men who belonged to campus fraternities had posted banners that directed sexually aggressive messages to first-year women and their parents. “Hope your baby girl is ready for a good time,” read a banner posted at one fraternity house. Next to that banner was one that read, “Freshman daughter dropoff.” These and other m…

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