Testimony #29

“In my case, the Title IX panel ruled that I was intoxicated to a degree of incapacitation when my assault occurred…the Title IX panel said that my assaulter would not have "reasonably known" that I was incapacitated, even though I had two witnesses that were sure of this”

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Testimony #28

“Every single undergraduate woman I know on this campus has been sexually assaulted and/or harassed, ranging from being groped on the street, to having their clothes ripped off, to being stalked and raped… Tell me how it makes sense, that every woman (and many gender minorities and some men) is being harassed, and yet somehow no one is responsible.”

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Testimony #27

“The man who assaulted me was found responsible for nonconsensual sexual contact and given 4 years of probation even [though] he only had 1 [year] of [graduate] school left. I felt this was not a sufficient sanction[,] considering his level of power over other students (he was a preceptor and [Resident Graduate Student (RGS)])…”

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Testimony #26

“…The accusations that I and at least two others have made, whether in a formal Title IX context or with other University administrators, have ultimately been met with disregard because of our attacker's supposed character and campus presence…Yet much of his campus presence involves pursuing completely unacceptable sexual relations with those in his charge…”

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