Day: May 21, 2014

Here Come the Lawsuits over Sex Hearings:
Accused Males Take on Columbia and Drew

Colleges and universities almost certainly face a deluge of lawsuits from accused males over the mishandling of sexual misconduct hearings. Columbia and Drew, for instance, have joined the ranks of universities sued by male students claiming that unfair processes led to disciplinary action against them.   At first blush, the Drew case involves a typical […]

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Combatting Mainstream Silence on Campus Star Chambers

Despite growing concern over the rights of accused parties in campus sexual assault hearings, the mainstream press has largely ignored these worries. Our friends at SAVE (Stop Abusive and Violent Environments) have compiled a helpful list of the many writers who have called out the denial of due process on our campuses. Unsurprisingly, a good number of the pieces originally […]

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The Scandal of College Presidential Pay

Six million fifty seven thousand six hundred and fifteen dollars. That’s how much American’s highest paid public university president, E. Gordon Gee, made in his final year at the helm of Ohio State University. Gee was most certainly an effective and reform-minded leader. And, in fairness, his 2012-13 pay was especially high, as it included millions in deferred compensation as […]

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