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A survivor’s perspective

A survivor’s perspective

Hannah Switzer, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When I got that email from the Dean of Students, letting me know I was “required to complete this online prevention program,” I was exhausted at the thought of it. “Exhausting” is the way I’d describe being a survivor of sexual assault, years after the fact.

Companies have duty to stop sexual harassment

Companies have duty to stop sexual harassment

Pamela Stevens, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The Feb. 2 killing of Caroline Nosal outside the Metro Market on Cottage Grove Road in Madison has brought a renewed focus on workplace sexual harassment and how victims should respond. A former co-worker, Christopher O’Kroley, has been charged with shooting Nosal. According to the criminal complaint,...

Title IX is about more than just collegiate sports

Mary Joan Nastri, Clarion Staff

December 10, 2015


Filed under News

Title IX is recognized as protection against sexual discrimination in athletics, but it covers so much more. Some of the violations covered by Title IX are sexual harassment, discrimination in the admission process, sex discrimination, infringes on the rights of pregnant women, and much more. Since...

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