Title IX

Read: University of New Mexico Security Officer Admits to Vandalizing Gay Pride Flags

University of New Mexico Security Officer Admits to Vandalizing Gay Pride Flags

The vandalism of gay pride flags went on for a year, and the victim is suing UNM for not protecting him.

Read: 8 Best Practices for Navigating Complex Title IX Investigations

8 Best Practices for Navigating Complex Title IX Investigations

Using a consistent process, regardless of who the parties are or the nature of the investigation, will help colleges ensure they are meeting their Title IX obligations.

Read: Why the ‘Most Dangerous College Campuses’ List Is Dangerous and Misleading

Why the ‘Most Dangerous College Campuses’ List Is Dangerous and Misleading

Reports purportedly listing America’s ‘Most Dangerous Colleges’ discourage campuses from accurately reporting crime. This puts students, faculty, and staff in more, not less, danger.

Read: USC Settles 2 Sexual Harassment Cases Against Ex-Professor

USC Settles 2 Sexual Harassment Cases Against Ex-Professor

Two former co-workers, one of whom is an ex-wife, and a former student filed sexual harassment lawsuits against the ex-USC professor.

Read: Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking is dangerous and devastating, often intersecting with physical and sexual violence. Here’s how your campus can help victims.

Read: U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights Announces Resolution of Sexual Harassment Compliance Review of Redlands Unified School District in California

U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights Announces Resolution of Sexual Harassment Compliance Review of Redlands Unified School District in California

OCR determined that Redlands USD had no system in place to monitor whether schools’ responses complied with Title IX requirements or to identify emergent patterns or systemic problems either by school or districtwide.

Read: 9 Ways to Prove Sexual Assault Without Physical Evidence

9 Ways to Prove Sexual Assault Without Physical Evidence

Investigators don’t always need forensic evidence to prove a sexual assault occurred.

Read: Revised Title IX Regulations Are Finally Here: What Has Changed and What to Do Next

Revised Title IX Regulations Are Finally Here: What Has Changed and What to Do Next

Three legal experts explain two major Title IX revisions and the steps schools must take to meet the Aug. 1 compliance deadline.

Read: How Will the New Title IX Regulations Impact Sports?

How Will the New Title IX Regulations Impact Sports?

In part, the new Title IX regulations will prevent schools from suspending athletes accused of sexual misconduct while officials investigate complaints against them.

Read: DOJ to Pay Larry Nassar Assault Victims $100 Million

DOJ to Pay Larry Nassar Assault Victims $100 Million

If finalized, the total amount of liability payouts to Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse victims will be nearly $1 billion.

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