Tag Archives: Title IX

COURT RULES RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS DON’T GET A HALL PASS FOR DISCRIMINATION

Marry the father of your child, stop living with him or lose your job. These were the options given to Coty Richardson, the former instructor of exercise science at Northwest Christian University. In 2011, Richardson became pregnant with her third child; when Richardson informed her superiors, they went into a frenzy. In an email revealed… Read more »

Sexual Assault at Rider University

Male Student expelled after Sexual Assault Allegations New Jersey – Over the past year, sexual harassment and sexual assault has been an ongoing issue in various universities. Rider University is on the list of universities battling sexual assault within their academic community. A male student was accused of sexually assaulting a female student. Prior to… Read more »

Delta College sued for Sexual Harassment

Former Instructor accused of Sexually Harassing Students Michigan – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in July 2016 in Bay County Circuit Court alleging that an instructor at Delta College sexually harassed two students, MaCayla Jablonski and Emily Mason. The sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against Delta College and the instructor, Jonathan Brent Fonville. In… Read more »

Minot State University resolves a Sexual Assault Issue

Title IX Investigation Minot – A Title IX investigation was conducted on behalf of a former female student who alleged that she endured sexual assault for more than two years from a professor. The student asserts she reported the sexual assault in April 2013, and the university failed to address her complaint. The federal law,… Read more »

Sexual Assault in NYC Public Schools

Students battle Sexual Assault at School New York City – Sexual violence has become a major issue in NYC public schools. The NYC Department of Education received three different complaints in regards to sexual assault and sexual harassment. Students allege that reporting the misconduct has led to academic retaliation as oppose to the proper guidance… Read more »

Malvern Preparatory School faces a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Swim Coach Sexually Harassed a Male Student Pennsylvania – In 2013, Feeney began working at Malvern Preparatory School. The sexual harassment suit says, Feeney started sexually harassing a male student, William Beard, the following year. A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in Chester County Common Pleas Court against Malvern Preparatory School, the ex-swim coach, and… Read more »

Reputable Ethics Professor at Yale University is tied to Sexual Harassment

A Well-Known Ethical Leader disregards his Practices Connecticut ­– Thomas Pogge is a prominent ethics professor at Yale University. Pogge is primarily known for his education deriving from the late great philosopher, John Rawl. Pogge has also published in top academic journals and operated “anti-poverty and health initiatives.” Individuals have also tuned into his TED… Read more »

Boston University Employee connects to Sexual Harassment

Two Female Students accused a BU Music Professor of Sexual Harassment Boston ­– A sexual harassment lawsuit has been filed in Suffolk County on behalf of two music students, Erin Shyr and Maria Currie, who claimed their music professor, Eric Ruske, at Boston University has continuously subjected them to sexual harassment. The students disclosed that… Read more »

Prestigious University Charged with Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia University Suffers from Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination. New York – Columbia University was slammed with a lawsuit from Enrichetta Ravina, assistant finance and economics professor in the Columbia Business School, regarding the sexual harassment and gender discrimination she faced during her employment and preparations to apply… Read more »