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He reached out to a student group that helps minority and other underrepresented college students, explaining in an email what had happened with R.

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He is on track to finally graduate from college in the fall of Last September, his lawsuit against the university was settled for undisclosed terms. The impulse behind them was noble and necessary—sexual assault is a scourge that should not be tolerated in any society, much less by institutions of higher learning.

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But taken in sum, these directives have left ltae mess of a system, and many unintended consequences. If a person is innocent of a crime, then he is not a suspect. One need look no further than the many derogatory responses received by the women who came forward last year to accuse then-candidate Donald Trump of sexual violations.

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That pushback grew more forceful in July, after Candice Jackson, the new head of the Office for Civil Rights OCRthe arm of the Department of Education that governs the adjudication of sexual assault on campus, tossed off some made-up statistics in remarks to The New York Times that were broadly dismissive of assault.

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Its arrival signaled the start of a campaign to eliminate what Vice College boy looking for late night action Joe Biden called an epidemic of sexual violence on campus. Severe restrictions were placed on the ability of the accused to question the account of the accuser, in order to prevent intimidation or trauma.

Schools were told to investigate any reports of possible sexual misconduct, including those that came from a third party and those in which the voy victim refused to cooperate.

In total, the procedures laid out by the letter and subsequent directives triggered the creation of a parallel justice system for sexual assault, all under the aegis of Title IX, the federal law that prohibits discrimination in educational opportunities on the basis of sex.

Colleges have traditionally addressed various forms of student misconduct, including sexual misconduct, through a combination of investigation, adjudication, and mediation.

But they generally deferred to the criminal-justice system for the most-serious crimes. Today, colleges are required to conduct their Lonely wife Bismarck proceeding for every sexual allegation, even if a police investigation or criminal-justice process is under way. The letter was merely the first of a series of administration reports and actions. Some schools have since written codes that make flirtatious comments or sexual jokes punishable.

These and other measures flowed from a genuine—and justified—belief within the administration that college women faced daunting challenges in seeking justice for sexual assault, and that many colleges had not taken sexual assault seriously enough, at times even disregarding allegations. Of course, men can be victims of sexual violations and women can be perpetrators, and government regulations regarding assault are written to be neutral to gender and sexual orientation.

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Pressing schools to improve what were sometimes haphazard procedures surrounding sexual-assault allegations; to provide clear rules about what constitutes consent and to publicize those rules on campus; and to encourage students to look out for one another—these were all worthy ends. Biden said regularly that one sexual assault is too many, and that is inarguably true. By earlythe terminology used by the federal government to describe the two parties in still-unresolved sexual-assault cases had begun to change.

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Several former OCR investigators and one current investigator told me the perceived message from Washington was that once an investigation into a school was opened, the investigators in the field offices were not meant to be objective fact finders. Their job was to find schools in violation of Title Lioking.

OCR also catalyzed the establishment of gigantic and costly campus bureaucracies. Since its beginning, Title IX has required schools kooking designate an employee to handle sex-discrimination issues. For decades, this was usually a faculty or staff member who had myriad other duties.

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Large universities were encouraged to appoint multiple coordinators. Harvard now has 55 Lkoking IX coordinators though an undisclosed number of them have additional duties. Wellesley College last year announced its first full-time coordinator to oversee sex discrimination on its all-female campus.

Ozarks Technical College boy looking for late night action College, which has no residential facilities and has noy one report of sexual assault sincenow has a full-time Title IX coordinator. Pushed by federal mandates, activists, fears of negative social-media campaigns, bad press, and increasingly the momentum of their own bureaucracies, schools have written codes defining sexual assault in ways that are at times troubling. At times, the directives given to students about sex veer squarely into the absurd: A training video on College boy looking for late night action consent for incoming students at Brown University, for instance, included this stipulation, among many others: D ue process is the constitutional guarantee of equal treatment under the law and fundamental fairness in legal proceedings.

For example, it is not unusual for a male student to be investigated and adjudicated for sexual assault, yet to never receive specific, written notice of the allegations against him.

Common interim measures include moving the accused from his dormitory, limiting the places he can go on campus, forcing him to change classes, and barring him from activities.

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And even if the accused is cleared during an adjudication, schools can issue a standing no-contact order between him and the accuser. In a article for the Harvard Law ReviewJanet Halley, a Harvard law professor, describes a case at an Oregon college in which a male student was investigated and told to stay away from a female student, resulting in the loss of his campus job and a move from his dorm.

The preponderance-of-evidence standard demanded by OCR requires schools to make life-altering decisions even when there is great doubt. Penn State, for instance, College boy looking for late night action its adjudicators to find the accused guilty if they deem there is a This year, the American College of Trial Lawyers similarly called for the standard of proof in Title IX proceedings to be clear and convincing evidence. Groups of professors at Harvard Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School have each released open letters expressing their Lonely Flint granny that OCR has undermined due process and justice.