The investigators also analyzed her social media accounts, emails, and talks following the book’s publication.
Classic example is the college I almost went to. Heard from a friend who goes there that there was a rape on campus in the parking lot. To avoid dealing with the bad press, they expelled both the rapist and the victim. Made me so angry and also glad I chose not to go there. This should have been handled by the police, not the students who worked as Security.
All of this should be troubling to anyone who works or attends classes on a college campus. What’s more, complaintants don’t even have to be affiliated with the university. The following appeared in a footnote to my Title IX report:
Charles Champlin (2006), a journalist for Time and Life magazines, describes his experience of taking essay tests as a student at Harvard: “The worst ...
Instead of using her position to enforce or strengthen the guidelines that have protected so many students, the Secretary of Education has said she wants to “revoke or rescind” them.
Reason/s: Conduct of the 2016 Civil Service Commission Examination on the same date and venue