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St. Norbert Trustee Sues Grad for Defamation

A former administrator was accused of mishandling sexual assault issues at St. Norbert College. Now he’s a trustee and suing a graduate who publicly criticized his leadership.

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SUNY Fredonia Fights to Keep Controversial Professor Off Campus

The tenured professor was barred from campus after his contentious comments on pedophilia prompted public outrage. He filed suit arguing that his First Amendment Rights were violated.

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Education Dept. Affirms Exemption for Baylor From Protecting Gay Students From Harassment

Biden administration says Baptist is exempt from addressing sexual harassment claims involving students LGBTQ+ students, if it can show conflict with its religious tenets.

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Northwestern Football Scandal Shines Spotlight on Hazing

An investigation uncovered a culture of sexualized hazing on the university’s football team. Experts believe it may prompt a broader reckoning among colleges that have long grappled with the problem.

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Going Phishing on Campus

Scammers have been targeting students for years, but some universities are reporting recent upticks as perpetrators develop workarounds to campus safeguards.

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Defamation Ruling Could Influence Title IX Cases, Policy

Court’s ruling that a former Yale undergraduate can sue the student who accused him of rape could be cited in future cases and litigation over federal Title IX rules, some experts assert.

Minnesota Weighs Limiting Public Access to Campus

The University of Minnesota is considering restricting public access to its Twin Cities campus, citing security concerns, Axios Twin Cities...
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Students Report Sexual Assault—but Mainly to Their Peers

According to a large-scale survey by Vector Solutions, students are significantly more likely to discuss a sexual assault with a peer than with an authority figure on campus.