Ashe Short is a senior editor at The Daily Wire, where she writes about campus issues. She has previously worked for Watchdog.org, the Washington Examiner, and the Heritage Foundation.
His accuser admitted during the campus hearing that she had sexually assaulted him. Yet she was never punished, while he was expelled based on her accusation.
It would be more encouraging if more schools changed their policies to protect the rights of accused students and stopped the witch hunt mentality raging on campus.
The people the university is now turning away or restricting have gone from large-scale provocateur types to people progressives simply can’t argue with and therefore want ignored.
None of these smeared groups think rape is acceptable. They simply want protections for accused students, and for the hysteria surrounding the issue to stop.
In a win for accused students, Allegheny College in Pennsylvania has settled with a student it expelled for allegedly sexually assaulting a fellow student.
This week, a U.S. Education Department official said the Trump administration would dial down its treatment of accusations that schools do not properly address sexual assault complaints.
When Archie comes asking for help with his music in episode three of ‘Riverdale,’ Josie inexplicably goes all white-privilege-social-justice-warrior on him.
Phi Kappa Psi was the victim of a malicious false accusation, and they’re giving their money to groups that support the moral panic that led to their mistreatment.
Just imagine the gall it takes to hold up the fake severed head of a man then claim to be a victim when his family calls you out for your stunt.
That’s right, not even President Trump’s daughter-in-law is safe from media hit pieces.
Middlebury College has mildly sanctioned students involved in attacking a professor and banging on car and building windows during a Charles Murray visit.
Middlebury College in Vermont has again announced that it has disciplined students over their behavior during an event featuring conservative author Charles Murray on March 2.
A student accused of sexual assault is suing not only his accuser and his university for defamation, but also the organization that provided the school’s discipline policy.
Professor John McAdams, a tenured professor at Marquette University, was fired after he wrote a blog post defending a student’s right to have a personal opinion.
On Wednesday, several members of Congress introduced a resolution that would end free speech zones and reaffirm the First Amendment on campuses.
For many college students accused of sexual assault, getting justice can be a matter of luck and access to money, thanks to federal regulations that strip due process.
The student bill argues that arresting students who engage in violent and disruptive behavior would result in ‘psychological trauma for marginalized students.’
Middlebury College in Vermont says it had identified ‘more than 70 individuals’ who may have violated campus policies during a riot over social scientist Charles Murray’s presence.
This setback at UC-Berkeley will only ensure that the next confrontation is more brutal, because when rioters win it justifies their aggression.
This is just the latest example of a professor’s reputation being dragged through the mud because he doesn’t toe the line of social justice extremism.
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