National Review: Universities Circumvent New Title IX Regulations

Published on nationalreview.com For years, universities have denied basic procedural protections to students accused of sexual misconduct. Despite the seriousness of such allegations, schools routinely condemn students as responsible without so much as a hearing or the opportunity to confront their accusers. This was supposed to change when the Department of…
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Bad Vibrations: The Lies Universities Tell Their Students about Sex

Featured on Quilette.com Universities today bombard students with two contradictory messages about sex, effectively encouraging them to carry a dildo in their pocket, while lugging a fainting couch behind them. On the one hand, universities have returned to a quasi-Victorian concern with the unique fragility and vulnerability of college women…
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Federal Judge Concludes UConn Sexual Assault Hearing Likely Violated Due Process

Case featured on Reason Magazine From Doe v. Univ. of Connecticut, decided Thursday by Judge Michael P. Shea (D. Conn.): This case challenges the fairness of disciplinary proceedings brought against Plaintiff John Doe by the University of Connecticut ("UCONN") for alleged sexual assault, culminating in the Plaintiff's two-year suspension from the…
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