All tagged Sexual and Gender Based Misconduct
Sexual assault accusations have been breaking out of Hollywood in astonishing numbers, suggesting a greater, systemic issue at play in the industry. There is so much we can do as students and, most importantly, consumers to reject the sexism and horror that seems to run rampant in the film industry.
In contrast with Jared Schwartz’s response, Jones provides her take on last week’s article, “Sexual Misconduct Policy Leaves the Community Vulnerable,” in which she closely examines the data concerning sexual assault and Skidmore’s standards surrounding the issue.
A response to last week’s article, “Sexual Misconduct Policy Leaves the Community Vulnerable,” in which Schwartz attempts to modify and refine the argument formerly presented.
Tucked away in his Palamountain office, is Joel Aure—the new Title IX Coordinator of Skidmore College. After his experiences as the Chief Diversity Officer, Affirmative Action Officer, and the Title IX Coordinator at Purchase College, Aure is ready to make an impact upon the Skidmore community.
With fortified protections written at the behest of Federal demands for compliance, has come significant concern for due process in Title IX policy and its enforcement.
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The Student Government Association Executive Committee is deeply distressed to hear of another case of sexual and gender-based misconduct at Skidmore.
Sure, the knowledge that there will be more officers present might dissuade one student from trying to assault another, but since incidents of this nature typically happen behind closed doors, it’s unlikely that the increased presence of officers will make a difference.
Each time there is a reported Sexual and Gender Based Misconduct (SGBM) incident here on campus, a safety alert is sent out to the Skidmore Community, and bright lime green posters listing what was stated in the email are also posted on every door.