Wasatch's own Mitchell Cox in article feature on the Salt Lake Tribune website:
Few fraternities are known for helping prevent sexual assault.
A University of Utah chapter is hoping to buck the trend, and it just won $3,200 to dedicate to the effort.
Beta Theta Pi recently received the grant to put toward its campaign against rape on campus and in Salt Lake City.
"Unfortunately, it is an issue that happens on our campus." said Mitchell Cox, president of the University of Utah chapter and a psychology major graduating in December. "Men have to be the ones to step up and stop it."
Tiffany Thorne, the director of SlutWalk SLC, agrees