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Title IX Complaint

Read: Indiana Law Professor Resigns After Title IX Misconduct Investigation

Indiana Law Professor Resigns After Title IX Misconduct Investigation

The former professor said the Title IX investigation gave him “a chance to live the life I’ve got differently,” and that it was justice for his actions.

Read: Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

The report recommended the department create a Title IX liaison position and offer more courses on race, identity and gender politics.

Read: M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

M.O. Lobbyist Pushes Title IX Changes in Effort to Help Son, Emails Show

After his son was expelled for a Title IX complaint, a lobbyist is pushing the idea that the problem on campus is not rape, but women regretting casual sex.

Read: Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

The Detroit Free Press noticed a trend where courts are frequently ruling on the side of students accused of sexual assault.

Read: KSU Can’t Refuse to Investigate Off-Campus Rapes, Court Rules

KSU Can’t Refuse to Investigate Off-Campus Rapes, Court Rules

Two students filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming officials violated Title IX by refusing to investigate their alleged rapes by other students.

Read: William Paterson University Settles $800K Title IX Lawsuit

William Paterson University Settles $800K Title IX Lawsuit

The university agreed to pay the settlement after a student sued it for its failure to properly investigate her reported rape.

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: Federal Officials Withhold Grant Money from Chicago Public Schools

Federal Officials Withhold Grant Money from Chicago Public Schools

Because of their failure to protect students from sexual abuse, Chicago public schools will not be receiving their previously awarded grant money.

Read: USF Can’t Inspect Student’s Phone or Laptop in Title IX Case, Judge Says

USF Can’t Inspect Student’s Phone or Laptop in Title IX Case, Judge Says

The judge ruled that the university’s request for forensic examinations of the student’s devices is disproportional to the needs of the case.

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