I think OP refers to policies against sexual violence that have been enacted of late in many USA universities, based on things like "if you wake up and don't remember the night before than it was rape". Several young males have been thrown out of school and tainted for life without any kind of due process - just badly handled internal procedures carried out inside their academic institution.
There's also the other face of the coin that rapes, especially when undergrads are involved, seems to be a real problem that universities and local police forces seem to be very ill-equipped to address. It's just that handling it exercising draconian justice without presumption of innocence, as far as the school is concerned, while doing nothing outside school in normal courts at the same time, does not seem to offer real justice to either victims or accused.
Especially considering that rape cases are very, very difficult cases. They are terrible tragedies for the sufferer of the crime, which is horrible for them when it happens on one hand, and real nightmares for people who is falsely accused of being a perpetrator. More often than not, they end up in being "my-word-against-yours" cases, where the police and the courts end up making accusations and judgments based on the "character" of the people involved. Quite a mess.
There has been an ongoing debate about this for at least a year in all major media (the NYT had several pieces, both investigative and opinion), and journalistic scandals with sources and false reporting were conveniently thrown in the mix as well (was it Rolling Stone? I'm too lazy to check). Google away to your pleasure!