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Sexual Abuse

Read: USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

Hundreds of students and alumni have come forward to accuse former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall of sexual misconduct during physical exams.

Read: Michigan State Violated Clery Act for Years, Dept. of Ed. Finds

Michigan State Violated Clery Act for Years, Dept. of Ed. Finds

A damning report from the Education Department says MSU officials failed to report crimes and disclose accurate crime statistics, among other things.

Read: UPDATE: Hacienda HealthCare Nurse Arrested After Vegetative Patient Gives Birth

UPDATE: Hacienda HealthCare Nurse Arrested After Vegetative Patient Gives Birth

Nathan Sutherland was arrested on Tuesday after a Phoenix police crime lab determined his DNA sample matched the baby’s DNA.

Read: Lancaster General Cited for Not Reporting Patient Abuse Allegations

Lancaster General Cited for Not Reporting Patient Abuse Allegations

One incident involved a pulmonary therapist who allegedly touched a patient’s genitals while also touching his own exposed genitals.

Read: Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

There are no background check requirements for summer camp employees in 18 U.S. states and eight don’t require licenses for overnight camps.

Read: 17 Women Sue Columbia University, Hospital for Doctor Sexual Abuse

17 Women Sue Columbia University, Hospital for Doctor Sexual Abuse

The women are accusing the university and its hospital for the negligence of allowing a doctor to continuously abuse his patients.

Read: Ousted MSU President Charged with Lying to Police About Nassar Case

Ousted MSU President Charged with Lying to Police About Nassar Case

Lou Anna Simon, who is the third ex-MSU employee to be charged in connecton with the Nassar case, is facing two felony and two misdemeanor counts.

Read: College Athletes More Likely to be Accused of Sexual Misconduct

College Athletes More Likely to be Accused of Sexual Misconduct

An analysis from Out of Lines says college athletes are three times more likely to be accused of sexual assault.

Read: University of Montana Fined Close to $1M for Clery Act Violations

University of Montana Fined Close to $1M for Clery Act Violations

Larger, quicker fines for Clery Act violations could be the new norm for colleges in the future.

Read: John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

John Jay Professors Accused of Selling Drugs, Rape and Prostituting Students

A criminal investigation has been opened to look into accusations against multiple John Jay College faculty members made by two female students.

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