Supported by What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused? Nimrod Reitman accused his former N.Y.U. graduate school adviser, Avital Ronell, of sexually harassing him, and the university found her responsible. But some leading feminist scholars have supported her in ways that echo the defenses of male harassers.
Those who doubt Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s contention that federal Title IX guidance has prompted college officials to violate students’ rights should look no further than Wichita State University, and its particularly galling example of sexual harassment hypersensitivity.
Source: Fraternity Investigated for ‘Free House Tours’ Banner, a Possible Title IX Violation
Miami University in Ohio lost a major case in court after a student appealed his ban from the university after being accused on sexual misconduct. U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett ordered that the anonymous student known as “John Nokes” reinstated and found glaring unfairness in the rules and procedures of the university.
Source: Court Rules Against That Miami University of Ohio Violated Student’s Rights In Sexual Abuse Case
A male student at the University of Texas at Austin is suing the University of Texas at Austin after the school suspended him for five semesters following a Title IX hearing. The student, known as John Doe, claims UT President Gregory Fenves unfairly intervened in his sexual assault proceedings––perhaps because the alleged victim is the daughter of a wealthy donor, according to the lawsuit filed Monday.
Source: A Campus Sexual Assault Proceeding Gets Political and a Student Sues