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Yale Sexual Harassment

Tyler Kingkade

Yale Alumni Claim How School Labels Assaults Reinforces Rape Myth | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 08.26.2013 | College

Yale University administrators are grappling with renewed criticism of how the Ivy League school handles sexual misconduct, two years after a complain...

Tyler Kingkade

1-Day Suspension For Yale Sex Assault Attempt | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 01.23.2014 | College

A Yale University student's punishment for attempting to sexually assault a fellow student amounted to a one-day suspension, the victim said. The N...

Rape, Betrayal, and Reclaiming Title IX

Andrea Pino | Posted 01.23.2014 | College
Andrea Pino

What's worse than rape is betrayal. Students are attending schools that betray them, campuses in which violence has become a part of the experience, and in which, despite popular belief, there is no punishment for rape, rather a punishment for coming forward.

A Response to Nathan Harden

Russlynn Ali | Posted 09.24.2012 | College
Russlynn Ali

Mr. Harden's post makes a number of inaccurate and misleading claims about the resolution, which brought to a close an extensive investigation into whether there was a sexually hostile environment on the Yale campus.

The Last Allowable Taboo

Nina Burleigh | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Nina Burleigh

Articles in the New York Times and New Yorker this week confirm a fact of life I've suspected for a while. In our PC world, misogyny, unlike racism or gay-bashing, is the last allowable taboo.

Naomi Wolf: Yale Has Been Systematically Covering Up Crimes For Decades

Posted 06.05.2011 | College

According to feminist author Naomi Wolf, even though 16 students filed a federal complaint against Yale University last week for its "sexually hostile...

Title IX Complaint Against Yale Has a Case

Claire Gordon | Posted 06.01.2011 | College
Claire Gordon

The Title IX Complaint documents the high-profile sexual harassment that has taken place at Yale over the last few years. Without actually punishing the harassers, without calling it sexual harassment, Yale allows this culture to persist.