Two sexual assault and harassment helplines went offline on Monday
Wom*n's Collective calls for permanent legal change to the colleges
Graffiti included "ban the colleges" and "fk college"
They're aiming for the difficult target of zero rapes
The document, which was prepared with no external funding, was partly designed to correct perceived issues with 2017’s Broderick review into USyd colleges.
The controversial decision to include Waterstreet, who faces ongoing allegations of workplace sexual harassment, has sparked public outrage
Over three years, only 0.2 per cent of students found themselves in hot water, and almost all of these were temporary suspensions.
The decision follows allegations that Charles Waterstreet sexually harrased a USyd student while she was working for him.
The censored article outlines instances where student activists had pushed for responses to sexual assault and harassment in the face of University inaction.
The University will release any report it receives.