According to the News-Gazette in Champaign, administrators claim the longtime professor revealed one student's grade, videotaped students without consent and told students in an email to remind him of their names because he only remembers those he has sex with.
According to the survey, more than 28 percent of female undergraduate students reported that they were touched in a sexual manner or had their clothes removed without consent. About 12 percent said they were forced to receive or perform oral sex, and an additional 14 percent were said they were victims of attempted forced oral sex. Another 6.2 percent of female undergraduate respondents said they experienced attempted non-consensual vaginal penetration.
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Violence, Sex, Oops, Academia, Assault
A racial equality officer, gay rights, and anti-rape activist at Oxford University is resigning her positions after admitting she engaged in “not consensual” sex while at a student conference...
“At this year’s NUS black students’ conference, I had sex with someone,” Teriba said, according to The Guardian. “The other party later informed me that the sex was not consensual. I failed to properly establish consent before every act. I apologise sincerely and profoundly for my actions.”
Sex, Degeneracy, Education, Academia, Jobs
An appeals court has upheld Slippery Rock University's right to fire a professor who got drunk and made sexual comments to students during a spring break trip he had supervised... After the trip, a female student who had attended claimed that Ammon one night had become intoxicated at a Madrid bar, had asked the students about their number of sexual partners and had said he had slept with more than 100 people, including five after he was married, according to court documents.
Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Academia
A vocal instructor at a community college in Washington allegedly asked a female high school student to remove her clothes during lessons, and later masturbated while she played the piano. The woman, who was 17 years old at the time and earning college credit as a high school student, sued the teacher, Kevin Gausepohl, for taking advantage of her sexually. She also sued the state of Washington on the grounds that Tacoma Community College (TCC) failed to protect her. Gausepohl claimed that he was studying how sexual arousal interacts with vocal range.
Hypocrisy, Degeneracy, Funny, Racism, Academia, Feminism
“The Vagina Monologues has historically overlooked the empowerment of women of color, queer women, and trans* folk, among others—often replicating and perpetuating the same systems of power and privilege that prompted the playwright, Eve Ensler, to write The Vagina Monologues in the first place,” the Facebook page explains. The page goes on to excoriate “mainstream Western feminism” for “the marginalization and erasure of these groups” and the “failure to consider the effects of power structures outside gender within the feminist community.”
Hate, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Smears, Academia, Religion, Bigotry
Students at Carnegie Mellon say it’s freedom of expression, but the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh calls it inappropriate and disrespectful. At an annual art school parade, a female student dressed up as the pope, and was naked from the waist down while she passed out condoms. Even more, witnesses say the woman had shaved her pubic hair in the shape of a cross.
Nov 2012: Allegations against Gray, who was employed by the UI Athletics Department from 1993 to 1995 and again from 2002 until Monday, ranged from making sexual comments in a presentation to recruits and their parents to touching a student’s genitals, the six-page internal report says. Gray’s inappropriate behavior was at least observed during his initial employment in the 1990s and persisted through this fall, the document says. Gray also admitted that he had a photograph of male swim team members posing in their swimsuits as a screen saver on his work computer, the document states.
Character, Sex, Academia, Assault
A group of students at Swarthmore College have filed a formal complaint with the federal government that alleges administrators mishandle and under report sexual assault crimes on campus. Swarthmore is the latest in a growing list of institutions across the nation to be hit with claims of administrators sweeping various sexual assault crimes under the rug.
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Academia, Assault
Yale is fighting to stamp out sexual assaults on campus after a rise to 'historic' levels, university officials said. The Ivy League school in Connecticut, where tuition costs around $50,000-a-year, came under federal investigation in 2011 after 15 students filed a complaint alleging that the university is a 'hostile sexual environment' and failed to deal with incidents of sexual harassment. Their evidence included a video of alleged Yale fraternity pledges holding a sign that reads 'We love Yale sluts' and chanting 'No Means Yes' on campus.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights announced it would open an investigation of the University “for its failure to eliminate a hostile sexual environment on campus, in violation of Title IX,” according to a press release received Thursday afternoon by the News.
Crime, Sex, Degeneracy, Academia
Bernie Fine, who serves at the assistant basketball coach at Syracuse University for 35 years, was fired this week over allegations that he sexually abused boys. Here is a timeline of the developments in the case
Sex, Academia, Corruption, Law
Two senior Columbia University professors were more interested in human contact than human rights, two former grad students charged in a sex-harassment suit against the university. “They’re hypocrites,” Susan Farley, a scholar in human trafficking, said as she described how her academic prospects declined after she reported that law professor Francis Ssekandi pursued her on a trip to East Timor. His colleague, J. Paul Martin, former head of Columbia’s prestigious Center for the Study of Human Rights, also hit on her, Farley claimed in the Manhattan Supreme Court suit. Farley and former student Laura Williams described Martin as an affable professor until he got them alone in his office.
Character, Academia, Sexism
An Eastern Michigan University business school professor suspended, then twice denied tenure for sexual harassment of students and staff will spend at least one more year on campus, drawing a salary of nearly $120,000. "Your record of egregious and repeated behavior in the form of sexual harassment cannot be ignored, particularly as the misconduct continued after you were warned and counseled to stop the behavior," EMU Provost Kim Schatzel wrote March 12 to accounting professor Edwin Etter, as she denied his latest tenure request.