Sharing one’s experiences has been proven to be cathartic. Many survivors of sexual assault have spoken at length about how these experiences can feel like their autonomy and ownership of their bodies has been taken away.. We aim to empower victims to take back control, starting with their story and their narrative. Therefore, You Own It acts as a platform for students to be able to share their stories anonymously, and perhaps feel less alone in their issues. Additionally, You Own It was heavily inspired by the #metoo movement, which led to protests around the world that enacted real-world changes. That is why we believe it is so crucial to collect stories and not just sets of data. By humanising the statistics we know so well, we hope the University will better understand and prioritise this issue. By looking closely at the stories, for instance what type of sexual misconduct takes place the most, who is most affected, and where these instances took place, we can formulate accurate and effective policy proposals to tackle it.