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Baylor, alleged gang rape victim reach settlement in Title IX suit

Baylor, alleged gang rape victim reach settlement in Title IX suit By PHILLIP ERICKSEN  September 5, 2017 Baylor University and a former student known as "Elizabeth Doe" reached an agreement Tuesday resolving the woman's Title IX lawsuit against the school. Baylor University and an alleged victim of a gang rape by then-football players at the [...]

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PR: Harvard Law Professors Call for Sweeping Changes to Campus Sex Tribunals

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Chris Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org Harvard Law Professors Call for Sweeping Changes to Campus Sex Tribunals WASHINGTON / September 5, 2017 – Four Harvard Law School professors have issued a statement sharply critical of Department of Education policies on campus sexual assault. “While the Administration’s goals were to provide better protections [...]

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Northern Kentucky University settles sex assault case

Northern Kentucky University settles sex assault case James Pilcher and Kate Murphy August 23, 2017 Northern Kentucky University settled a contentious sexual assault lawsuit with a female student Wednesday, more than a year and a half after she sued her school. The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, charged the school mishandled her case and accused NKU officials of allowing her attacker to continue [...]

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UNA students to protest university’s response to sexual assault lawsuit

UNA students to protest university's response to sexual assault lawsuit  Ashley Remkus August 24, 2017 A group of University of North Alabama students and members of the Shoals community plan to protest tonight because of how the school's administration responded to a sexual assault lawsuit. After UNA released a statement accusing an unnamed woman of falsifying [...]

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Court Bans Ex-Cadet’s Lawsuit Against West Point Superiors

Court Bans Ex-Cadet’s Lawsuit Against West Point Superiors BENJAMIN WEISER AUG. 30, 2017 A lawsuit filed by a former cadet at the United States Military Academyat West Point, who said she had been raped by a fellow cadet, was ordered dismissed on Wednesday by a federal appeals panel. The ex-cadet, claiming her rights had been violated, was [...]

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Baylor hit with another Title IX lawsuit

Baylor hit with another Title IX lawsuit By Phoebe Suy August 24, 2017 A new Title IX lawsuit was filed against Baylor on the first day of the new school year. This suit is one of five active Title IX lawsuits against the university. The Plaintiff, named in the lawsuit as Jane Doe, accused Baylor of [...]

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PR: Universities Face Major Changes in Title IX Landscape as Administrators Prepare for Fall Semester

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Christopher Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org Universities Face Major Changes in Title IX Landscape as Administrators Prepare for Fall Semester WASHINGTON / August 14, 2017 – Last week the University of Georgia Board of Regents approved wide-ranging changes in the sexual assault policies at the campuses it oversees. The revisions were designed [...]

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A New Immigration Racket Emerges: Green Cards for Fake Abuse Victims

A New Immigration Racket Emerges: Green Cards for Fake Abuse Victims David Root August 3, 2017 US citizens and residents should beware of this “green card” fraudster. These immigrants prey on residents with the goal of a marrying for a green card-not love. The US citizen or resident marries in good faith, while the immigrant spouse alleges abuse to throw off suspicions it was [...]

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University of Georgia Vice Chancellor Responds to ‘Significant Misinformation’ Contained in Inside Higher Ed Article

University of Georgia Vice Chancellor Responds to 'Significant Misinformation' Contained in Inside Higher Ed Article Kimberly Ballard-Washington, associate vice chancellor University System of Georgia On August 9, Inside Higher Ed published a story regarding the University System of Georgia (USG) that contained significant misinformation about the USG’s Title IX and student conduct policies: https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/08/09/university-system-georgia-sex-assault-policies-step-away-obama-rules#.WYsn1Q2GG2o.twitter As the [...]

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PR: The Constitution Doesn’t Stop at the Campus Gates

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Christopher Perry Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: cperry@saveservices.org   The Constitution Doesn’t Stop at the Campus Gates: SAVE Commends Lawmakers for Advancing Free Speech, Due Process Bills   WASHINGTON / July 17, 2017 – Responding to concerns about unconstitutional practices on college campuses, lawmakers in 16 states have introduced 18 bills designed to restore free [...]

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