‘Since you have been a student at Harvard University has a student or someone employed by or otherwise associated with Harvard .?.?. continued to ask you to go out, get dinner, have drinks or have sex even though you said no?” If so, you may be a victim of sexual misconduct or sexual assault or sexual harassment.
Which of those, if any, applies is not entirely clear, and the 67-part anonymous survey of Harvard students that included this question seems like it was intended to obscure more than enlighten.
Recommended by the school’s Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault, the survey is, according to Harvard’s president, “part of our effort to reduce the incidence of sexual harassment and assault.”
All degree-seeking students received a link and have until May 3 to complete it. But before they do, they have to read — you guessed it — a trigger warning.