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But it says no to paying for students’ lawyers

The interim Title IX guidance released by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos last fall was far less prescriptive than the guidance that colleges followed for the previous six years.

Even before DeVos’s department finishes...

University didn’t wait for evidence before punishing football players

Nikki Yovino was facing six years in prison on charges of falsely reporting she was raped and “tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.”

Thanks to a last-minute plea deal, the former Sacred Hea...

If you worry that your children could be swept up in a baseless disciplinary investigation at their colleges, a “first-of-its-kind report” by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education will help you choose schools to blacklist.

Sadly, the vast majority of top sch...

The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights under the Obama administration became the nation’s leading inquisitor, threatening to revoke federal funding from schools that didn’t withhold due process from students accused of sexual misconduct (or even telling...

Colleges sometimes undertake such mediocre investigations of sexual-assault allegations that they ignore or wave off basic factual problems with the allegations.

In the case of Augustana University, those include the impossibility of an accused student being able physic...

He got her verbal consent “more than four hours” after her last drink. He convinced an investigator she was mentally able to consent.

University of Texas-Austin President Greg Fenves thought otherwise, and unilaterally suspended him for five semesters him as a rapist.

Th...

Campus courts don’t necessarily give weight to evidence that favors students accused of rape. At the University of Texas, in fact, campus police are instructed to hide it.

Fortunately for those students, real courts aren’t so flagrantly biased.

A California Superior Cour...

As the Trump administration’s Department of Education considers changing its guidance for colleges on sexual-misconduct investigations, fans of the Obama administration’s accuser-friendly approach are making their case in the media.

Their case boils down to: “Innocent u...

More than a year before Paul Nungesser secured a handsome settlement from Columbia University for its conferring of academic credit on “Mattress Girl” Emma Sulkowicz’s art project calling him a rapist, a federal district judge slapped down his Title IX lawsuit for...

Cornell University has been undercut again by a local judge who has criticized its Title IX adjudication process.

Tompkins County Court Justice Eugene Faughnan blocked the Ivy League school from suspending a male student who was already suing the university for gender d...

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