Many current and former members of the Ohio State marching band are coming to the defense of Jonathan Waters, who was fired last week. But the university president appears to be standing by his decision.
Even around 'safe' UN camps, females who forage for food and firewood are targeted by lurking soldiers. 'You cannot change the actions of an illiterate army by the stroke of a pen,' says rebel spokesman.
Michael Phillips, wrongfully imprisoned for 12 years, had given up trying to prove his innocence of a rape conviction. He is being exonerated because the Dallas Conviction Integrity Unit began a systematic review of DNA evidence in past cases.
The central Florida town of Fruitland Park, has been dealing with alleged KKK ties and other problems in the police ranks since 2010. Florida has the second highest number of hate groups in the US, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Title IX lawsuit, brought by five current and former UConn students, alleged the mishandling of sexual assault and harassment complaints. UConn has been taking a variety of steps to address the issues.
He crisscrosses the country speaking at colleges and on military bases, blending humor, audience participation, and how-to advice to prompt people to think through a sometimes daunting subject – dating.
The Dartmouth Summit on Sexual Assault comes at a watershed moment, as colleges face a new level of pressure to do right by victims and help shift a culture that too often excuses or even glorifies rape.