Proposed Harassment Policy Divides GWU

frank h submitted this article from the Washington Times. The article discusses a new controversial sexual harassment policy being drafted at George Washington University, which says that "faculty members accused of sexual harassment would not be told the identity of the accuser or the specific charges against them...teachers could be charged with sexual harassment if something they say in class can be construed as such." Frank writes "Again, we see that men are no longer afforded protection under the Fourteenth Amendment." Well, I'm hoping that since the faculty are the ones up in arms, that something will actually be done to stop this. The lack of student outrage about Columbia's rape policy is more than a bit disturbing.

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