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01/14/2013 01:10 pm ET

7 At Oklahoma State University Found Responsible For Sexual Misconduct | Amarillo.com

STILLWATER, Okla. — The Oklahoma State University Student Conduct Office has found seven students responsible for sexual misconduct since 2010, but none has been expelled from the university, although some were suspended, according to an OSU disciplinary outcome document.

Sexual misconduct is defined as "unwanted sexual touching or exposure," ''nonconsensual sexual assault" and "forced sexual assault," according to the OSU Student Code of Conduct.

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