In 2012, the publication Business Insider examined FBI crime statistics to determine what they called “The Most Dangerous Colleges In America.” According to the article:
We ranked the most dangerous colleges by averaging FBI crime data per capita from 2008 to 2011 for schools with enrollment over 10,000. Schools were ranked based on a combination of violent crime rank and property crime rank, with violent crime weighted four times higher….
NOTE: Some people have objected to our use of FBI data because (1) not all schools participate in the survey and (2) some schools are more aggressive than others in reporting crime in neighboring noncampus areas.
In response to criticism, we prepared an alternate list based on on-campus crimes tracked for the Clery Act. We are happy to report, however, that this alternate ranking produced remarkably similar results — suggesting that both lists are good at identifying dangerous colleges. For instance, two schools which objected vocally to our original list — UCLA and UC-Riverside — were also named among the most dangerous colleges based on this new data set.
Interestingly, the report broke out rape as a separate category, making it possible to paint a lurid portrait of the massive amount of rape occurring on the 25 most dangerous college campuses in America.
The results are stunning.
Out of 530,838 students, an astonishing 42 rapes were reported in 2011. This is less than 1 rape per 12,658 students—and this on the campuses of the worst, most violent criminal schools in the United States.
That “1 in 5 women” campus rape bullshit number you’ve heard about is now officially refuted once again, and by hard data from two separate sources. If half the students enrolled are women, the real number of rapes is closer to 1 in 6,328 women.
Even at the most rape-prone college, Western Illinois, those feminists craving to take part in rape culture first-hand will be hard-pressed to get raped—only 8 rapes were to be had among 6,000 women. UCLA had the most rapes at 12, but this is still slim pickings when spread out over 19,000 co-eds.
There is still hope for rape-mongering feminists, however—the article ignored smaller schools under 10,000 students, so those demanding ravishment to feed their perpetual victimhood might still be able to finger out a smaller school with a more rape-happy attitude.
The crops of rape farmed so assiduously by feminists have failed, and more slutwalks don’t seem to be helping, as the detailed results show:
|“Dangerous University”||Number||Actual||Rate of Rape|
|according to||of||Reported||per 10,000|
|Business Insider 2012||Students||Rapes||Students|
|Florida State University — Tallahassee||40,416||3||0.74|
|University of California — Riverside||20,692||1||0.48|
|Arkansas State University — Jonesboro||13,415||0||0|
|State University of New York College — Buffalo||12,419||0||0|
|North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University||10,795||0||0|
|Western Illinois University||12,585||8||6.36|
|California State University — Fresno||20,932||0||0|
|Rutgers University — Newark||11,798||1||0.85|
|New Mexico State University||28,300||0||0|
|Northern Arizona University||25,197||1||0.4|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||10,566||0||0|
|Southern Illinois University — Carbondale||20,037||3||1.5|
|University of Cincinnati||32,283||0||0|
|Indiana State University||11,494||0||0|
|Ball State University||22,083||0||0|
|Georgia Institute of Technology||20,720||4||1.93|
|Louisiana State University — Baton Rouge||29,451||0||0|
|University of South Alabama||14,776||2||1.35|
|University of New Mexico||28,688||2||0.7|
|San Diego State University||29,187||5||1.71|
|Florida A&M University||13,284||0||0|
|University of California — Berkeley||35,833||0||0|
|University of California — Los Angeles||38,157||12||3.14|