Students at one Ivy League university are being creatively proactive in the fight to combat the nasty trend of campus rapes that has been plaguing institutions of higher learning across the country.

Activists at Columbia University took to campus women’s restrooms to post a list of names of “rapists” who were found to be “responsible” for sexual assaults there, according to Jezebel.

When the lists were removed by campus maintenance, Plan B went into effect: Personally handing out the lists to individuals.

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The flyers list the names of four men that the authors say were found responsible for sexual assault yet allowed to remain on campus. For the sake of their privacy, we've blurred out the names, but the list includes a musician, a prominent writer for a campus publication, and a varsity athlete. The three whose enrollment at Columbia we were able to verify appear to be current students, according to their public social media accounts.

The move comes in the wake of a national wave of sexual assaults on college campuses, including several in Massachusetts.

The flyers were distributed one day after Columbia’s campus newspaper published a report about a proposed City Council bill that would require the school to release campus sex crime information monthly.

The NYC Campus Safety Act would require private and public colleges in the city to report sex crimes statistics every month and coordinate their responses to on-campus sexual assaults with local rape crisis centers.

While some Columbia University students are clearly up in arms that sex assaults are happening on their campus, it’s not readily apparent if the university itself feels the same way.

Last month, the university’s dining services apparently baked a cake decorated with festive icing that simply read “Sexual Violence Prevention.”

Cakes are normally reserved for cheery events, so we’re not really sure what the intended message of the confection was.