The Daily explains Title IX and gives a condensed overview of how the contentious issue has evolved on campus.
Some say the group has formed to fill a gap at Stanford, raising new questions about a campus conversation that may focus more on sexual assault prevention than on survivors.
Former students say Stanford offered them therapy money to drop federal complaints about sexual assault cases – allegations the University disputes as misleading.
According to a government release earlier today, Stanford University was one of the four universities added to the list of schools under review for the handling of sexual assault cases by the Office of Civil Rights (OCS).
The Juneau, Alaska, district attorney will not bring charges in a sexual assault case filed by Leah Francis against another Stanford student.
Stand with Leah supporters met with University President John Hennessy on Thursday and left the discussion disappointed, citing the administrators’ position on how Leah Francis ’14’s case was handled and recent appointments to the new faculty-student committee tasked with studying the University’s disciplinary processes for reported cases.
We’ve all heard the numbers: 42,167 applications; 2,138 accepted; 5.07 percent admission rate. The Class of 2018 is just the latest group of eager high school students ready to come to Stanford and explore the California sun, Internet wealth and Silicon Valley’s other opportunities. Indeed, in 2013, the Princeton Review reported that in a survey…
I #StandWithLeah because we’re all still lying down. The last few weeks have been a storm of controversial events: the Snapchat CEO’s leaked emails, Provost Etchemendy’s hasty response to the entire undergraduate population, #StandWithLeah and the ongoing struggle to reform the University’s sexual assault policies and resources. It’s easy to see those events as separate…